Hands That Listen Wendi L Davis, LMT NCBMT

About Me

Previously an accountant for 20 years,  I received my degree in Therapeutic Massage from the Anne Arundel Community College in 2006.  My training included over 60 credits largely in health education including but not limited to: Anatomy & Physiology, Nutrition, Medical Terminology, Chemistry, CPR,  First Aid, and over 20 credits in Therapeutic Massage. I have also taken over 100 additional hours of CEU's specific to therapeutic and energy treatments.  I am both State licensed and  Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (see NCBTMB page).  I am a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and a member of the Maryland Professional Sports Massage Team (MPSMT).  I have also been studying energy healing for several years, and I am an Usui Reiki Ryoho Advanced Practioner working toward my Master-teacher certification. This journey in energy work is a great source of excitement for me as well.

I became interested in massage therapy and alternative and complimentary healing  when my father was diagnosed with stage IV prostate cancer that had metastasized in his liver and lungs.  The prognosis was very poor.  My father was terribly sick, very weak and had lost over 40 pounds of weight.  He began aggressively fighting the symptoms with a few traditional medicines  and an entire regimin of alternative complimentary medicines for health and well being.  One of these alternatives included weekly massage and cranio-sacral work.  His progress and his testimonials to these life-changing treatments really drew me in and I've been enthusiastically seeking the skills, knowledge and expertise to adequately administer the same healing he shared about ever since.  I was also able to comfort him with these techniques and knowledge that I acquired as he began to slip in his battle a few years later.

Though I offer many types of massage that enhance relaxation and reduce stress, my specialties are those that facilitate healing within people who struggle with chronic pain or loss of mobility. I utilize many corrective techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial release, neuromuscular and trigger point therapy as well as facilitated stretching and, if desired, energy work..  The type of bodywork I perform is ideal for correcting chronic soft tissue dysfunction (stubborn muscle-knots and or contractions) caused by stress, physical exertion, injury, congenital disease or surgery. I work with many athletes with sports injuries, as well as with those who simply want to keep their bodies at peak performance.

Currently, my main office is in the Plaza One Building, 1151 Ritchie Hwy, Suite 101B, Arnold Md. I also work at a few adult rehabilitation and assisted living centers, and memory care centers around the area. I volunteer at the Wellness Center in Annapolis for those who have been 'touched' by cancer.  I'm also a Teaching Assitant for the University of Maryland and online at CSUSB. 

With all that said "about me," if you have any more questions regarding my educational background and healing philosophy, simply give me a call or send me an email.  For now, I'll sum it up with this simple saying:  "I DO WHAT I LOVE - AND LOVE WHAT I DO!!

Much Light, Love & Peace,
Wendi Davis, LMT