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Irene Duvall, LMT

Irene's training in the healthcare field began in high school while working as a CNA at a nursing home.  After school she moved to southern California and worked as a psych tech in a psychiatric hospital while attending school.  Upon completion of her education Irene worked as an OB nurse for nearly a decade.  Following a life-long calling to become a therapeutic bodyworker, Irene enrolled in a massage therapy program in Beloit, WI.  After becoming a therapeutic bodyworker, she began taking classes in CranioSacral therapy.  She has extensive training and practice in CranioSacral therapy through the Upledger Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  Realizing she has always possessed a powerful gift of intuition- Irene channels her efforts in the direction of healing the body, mind, and spirit.  She combines her knowledge of the medical field with her innate ability to read tissue medically.  She performs therapeutic modalities that will improve and enhance the health of her clients.    


Marty Duvall, LMT

Marty works from a clinical perspective due to his extensive training in anatomy and physiology.  He works with the body's own healing processes to return his client to a state of balance.  He views his practice as one which offers clients an opportunity to reset, or rewire their systems- in order to attain the health they seek.   The road to his profession began after sustaining multiple sports injuries.  He was introduced to chiropractic care and was relieved of painful symptoms after receiving manual adjustments.  He continued receiving treatment of various therapeutic modalities in subsequent years.  One of the modalities included massage therapy.  He realized there was a branch of massage therapy which focused on a medical approach to healing.  At that time Marty decided to use his hands to help others heal their symptoms, tension, and injuries.  Marty chose this direction and enrolled in the massage program at Palm Beach State College in Boca Raton, FL.  His training provided him a working understanding of muscles, fascia, bones, joints, organs, body systems, and a medical vocabulary in order to prepare him for a profession as a healthcare provider.