Amy Maddux, LMT
Massage Therapist Manager
Amy joined the Path to Wellness Team in October 2017
Amy has a passion for working out and being healthy. She has been a certified CrossFit coach since 2010 and believes strength and form are crucial to overall fitness, health and injury prevention. Her path in CrossFit helped her realize and see that form, strength, mobility and injury prevention all go hand in hand in creating better movement patterns for overall health and well being.
In 2011 she had a minor knee surgery and decided then that she wanted to become a massage therapist. Once her children were in High School she enrolled in the Institute of Body Works Studies, where she attended school part time while continuing to coach CrossFit. Amy loves helping others by making changes in their range of motion, muscle imbalances and pain reduction through manual therapy. She firmly believes many surgeries can be avoided through manual therapy and loosening up restricted range of motion due to tight muscles and muscular imbalances.
Amy’s desire to help others has led her to gain additional training in various modalities including deep tissue, trigger point, PNF stretching, myofascial release and TMD. She is currently working on obtaining her certification in NKT. Amy is very passionate about her job and is continually researching ways to improve her skills to be able to better serve her clients.
Emily Hattaway, LMT
Emily joined the team in 2017
Kyle Johnson, LMT
Kyle joined the team in 2017
Natalia Harrison, LMT
Natalia joined PTW in 2017.
Lauren Redding, LMT
Lauren joined the team in July 2018
Lauren Redding, LMT completed her therapy training at The College of Healthcare Professions in 2014 and studied craniosacral therapy with the Upledger Institute in 2015. She specialized in deep tissue, trigger point, and sports massage. “My goal is to find the best combination of techniques to maximize healing for each individual patient.”
Amani Dashiell, LMT