Mia White brings to her practice over 25 years of background in yoga & holistic health practices. Licensed by the Virginia Board of Nursing in 2002 to practice massage, she has since studied Zero Balancing, Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Reflexology, Prenatal Massage, Aromatherapy, Visceral Manipulation, and Mayan Abdominal Massage. As an instructor at the Virginia School of Massage, she taught anatomy & physiology, methodology for multiple modalities, and ethics. As a yoga teacher, she teaches gentle yoga designed to prevent injury and expand the mind-body-spirit connection, and integrates some yoga into her work with massage clients. She has also rehabilitated three very athletic sons numerous times, and has worked with clients from 7 to 90 years of age. Mia looks forward to being your partner in wellness, too.
When she’s not at her massage studio, you might find Mia at Santosha Yoga in Crozet, where she teaches yoga classes and workshops.
To have a warm, quiet, comfortable and private setting throughout your session
High standards of hygiene
To have complete privacy while dressing and undressing
To enjoy the same confidentiality you’d expect from any health professional
To be offered guidance on health issues when appropriate
Acceptance and support for any emotional release that may occur
To be in control of temperature, music, light, and pressure
To give at least 24 hours notice to avoid the full-session cancellation fee
Frame your session with quiet time—both before and after—to maximize the benefits
Drink some water before and after your massage; it heightens the effects of massage
Arrive clean, on time, and fragrance-free
Be prepared to pay for your session at the time of your visit—either by check or cash. Some clients prefer to pay at the beginning of the session
If possible, make arrangements to leave beepers and cell phones behind—this is your time
Be prepared to tell Mia what you want to get our of your session or about any health issues or concerns you may have