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Each body holds the key to its own healing. As a Massage Therapist, I provide the treatments, resources, and tools necessary to unlock the innate potential each of us holds inside. I work to create a safe and compassionate environment for you to discover what will help you lead a healthier and more relaxed life.

You can live the life you want, and as your Massage Therapist, I’m here to support you along the way.


With my Integrative Fascia Massage therapy, patients claim to feel relaxed and renewed after each session.  So why is fascia so important? Our fascia holds us together and somewhat resembles a spider's web.  It covers us everywhere beneath our skin. Fascia, generally flows freely but due to injury, trauma, repetitive motion, growth, pregnancy and sometimes emotions, it can become thick and cause pain or limited motion. It can cause discomfort and lack of range of motion with muscles, tendons, ligaments and organs. I am one of only two licensed massage and bodywork therapists in North Carolina able to offer this highly specialized massage.  Using my training and intuition, I can sense the problem causing my client pain and discomfort and release it with gentle touch. I will start where you are and make the most of what you’ve got.  I look forward to meeting you!

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In 1996, Carole sustained a work related injury that changed the course of her life. After spending several years on the couch in a pain medicine induced coma, she sought out alternative treatments. Carole found Integrative Fascia Massage, and started having it done regularly, because it was the only that gave her freedom of movement. In 2000, Carole began taking workshops, to help her better understand how fascia works. She continued taking fascia workshops for 12 years because she received so much relief and healing. In 2005, she had vein surgery on her left leg and was able to regain control of her foot. Carole gave up her cane within 30 days and weaned herself off all her pain medications. She took up Bikram Hot Yoga for the detoxifying benefits and increasing mobility.  In 2009, Carole completed her yoga teacher training at Franklin Street Yoga Center. In 2012, she completed her massage therapist certification and has been a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist, to bring benefit to others.  In 2020, Carole completed her certification In Craniosacral Fascial Therapy - The Gillespie Approach. She loves empowering clients to understand their bodies and discover the power of their fascia.

As a Massage Therapist, Carole enjoys being able to bridge the gap between western medicine and the “alternatives,” while providing a safe and nurturing atmosphere in which to heal. She has the desire to bring healing to others through massage. Carole believes in working with what you've got and making the most of it.

Voted Best of the Best of the Triangle 2023 and Voted Best of Orange & Chatham Counties For 2023 by IndyWeek

Voted Best of the Triangle 2022, 2021, 2020 Finalist by IndyWeek

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60 minutes $100
90 minutes $125

Appointments available Monday thru Friday

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"The first wealth is health"

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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I was going to physical therapy every 3 to 6 months for some sort of injury before I met Carole.  I have been going to Carole for almost 4 years now and haven't been back to PT since I started seeing her.  In the beginning, I had to go more often.  Now, I go once a month and have stayed strong and limber for years.  She is always there when I need a little extra help too.  Thank you Carole!

Heidi Hackney


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