Introducing Annwyn Massage

Who is Annwyn Massage Therapy?

Welcome to my very first blog post. I am very excited to be working with Harmony Health and for the opportunity to hopefully work with all of you.
For my first post, I wanted to introduce myself and give you some background on Annwyn Massage Therapy. My name is Meg Munson. I am a native of Rochester, NY but have called Virginia Beach my home for the last ten years. Like many, the Navy brought my husband and myself to the area. The recent snows have made us wonder, however, if our chilly upbringing is following us.
In 2004 I graduated with a Bachelors degree in English from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, New York and in 2017 I completed my Associates degree in Massage Therapy with Centura College in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Through my course work at Centura I was able to experience many different modalities including Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage, prenatal massage and reflexology. While I currently offer mostly Swedish and deep tissue massage, I will be working to earn my certification in both prenatal massage and infant massage as I found both to be very beneficial when I was pregnant with my daughter and after she was born. I look forward to offering those services to my clients in the near future.
In October 2017 Annwyn Massage Therapy was officially open for business. The name Annwyn comes from my love of old Gaelic and Welsh mythology. Annwyn or Annwn (‘aenu:n) was the name for the after life in middle Welsh. A world of no pain, no disease and eternal youth. My company logo, a Celtic triskele, represents the cycle of life and balance. While I know our world does not always allow balance or hold the promise of no pain, no disease or eternal life for us, I felt both the name and the symbol were excellent representations of what I want to achieve with my business. I want to help those in pain, help those who are sick and improve the health of each of my clients whenever possible.
I look forward to bringing you future blog posts about different types of massage, the benefits of massage body work and yoga together, the role of music in massage, different massage products and many other interesting and at times amusing topics.
Please feel free to explore my website at https://annwynmassagetherapy.amtamembers.com, and I am always available to answer questions at annwynmassagetherapy@gmail.com. I hope to hear from many of you and thank you for taking the time to learn about me and my company.

~Meg

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