Natacha Vidal – Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Licensed Massage Therapist
Now a Philadelphia local, Natacha is a French-Zambian who has lived in 6 countries on 3 continents. As both a licensed massage therapist and a french-licensed “masseur-kinésithérapeute” (physical therapy), she serves as the technical lead to our team of therapists and brings over 8 years of diverse global experience to her work. With her strong background in physical therapy and anatomy, Natacha is a massage therapist who is always looking to combine innovative and proven massage techniques to treat athletes as efficiently as possible. She will understand what is best suited for you, and will strongly deliver the massage you need!
Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 2:30pm
Olivia Snyder – Chief Operating Officer and Licensed Massage Therapist
Originally from Sydney, Australia, Olivia Snyder has considered Philadelphia home since 2010. Olivia completed her Massage Therapy certification at Lourdes Institute of Wholistic Studies, where she studied a range of bodywork modalities, including Myofascial Release and Active Isolated Stretching. In addition to contributing her massage skills, Olivia works hard behind the scenes as the Marketing & Public Relations Director. She assists with Phila Massages events, produces marketing materials, and helps in the overall business plan for the company. She enjoys putting her caring personality and valuable skills to use professionally with Phila Massages clients.
Monday & Wednesday: 1pm – 7pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 2pm – 8pm
Sunday (three per month): 10am – 6pm
Martin Nat – Branch Manager, Event Director, Licensed Massage Therapist
Originally from northeastern Pennsylvania, Martin comes to Philadelphia after spending several years in Ithaca, New York, where he studied a wide range of massage and bodywork techniques. He found his specialty in sports massage and rehab related modalities in order to compliment his own passion for running and other athletic training. Martin’s main intention for each session is to integrate stress management with pain reduction while creating space for each client to find awareness in their own bodies so that he or she can function at their most optimal level.
Monday – Friday: 8am – 3pm
Amanda Charles – Licensed Massage Therapist
Tuesday and Thursday: 8am – 2pm
Wednesday and Friday: 8am – 3pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Dennis Mahony – Licensed Massage Therapist
Dennis is a graduate of Rutgers University and Lourdes Institute of Wholistic Studies. Having worked for an extended time in the Court System, he has steered his interests to sports massage. As a runner himself, Dennis identifies with the runner/competitor/client who seeks a pro-active edge in maintaining their physical and mental well-being, and he believes that massage is a paramount modality to address this need. He currently performs a full schedule of post-race massage and stretching sessions at triathlons in the Philadelphia area and the South Jersey area, where he resides. Compassion, conscientiousness and communication are his keys to a fruitful session.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 2pm – 8pm
Tuesday: 8am – 1pm
Nick Holmes – Licensed Massage Therapist
Nick began his career as a massage therapist in 2009, when he graduated from National Massage Therapy Institute. After graduation, he continued his journey with NMTI, teaching the Massage Therapy program. In his five years as an instructor, he studied many different types of massage techniques, including myofascial release, sports massage, and active isolated stretching. Nick is an avid weightlifter, with experience competing in several different types of events. He is currently working on competing in a bodybuilding show and also plans on training for his first triathlon in the near future. His understanding of kinesiology and his experience as an athlete have helped shape him into a knowledgable and skilled sports massage therapist.
Monday & Wednesday: 8am – 2pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 1pm – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Bridget Flynn – Licensed Massage Therapist
Bridget studied at the Potomac Massage Training Institute (PMTI) in Washington DC. Passionate about sports massage, they believe it can be a powerful tool to relieve pain, reduce stress, and create freedom of movement for their clients. They especially enjoy working with people recovering from surgeries, injuries, and chronic pain issues. They employ a wide range of techniques such as Myofascial Release and Active Isolated Stretching to help their clients achieve their individual health and fitness goals. In their free time, they enjoy dancing, cooking, and practicing yoga and meditation.
Monday: 8am – 3pm
Thursday: 8am – 1pm
Friday: 2pm – 8pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
Dillon Rasley – Licensed Massage Therapist
Born and raised in the greater Philadelphia area, Dillon studied massage therapy at Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy. Coming from a background in fine arts with concentrations of study in figure drawing motion and animation, he has always had an interest in the human form, and the way it works. Naturally, he decided to pursue a career in massage therapy and found that the therapeutic aspects of sports massage were where he would like to specialize. In his free time Dillon enjoys time in the gym and outdoors.
Monday & Thursday: 3pm – 8pm
Tuesday: 3pm – 8pm
Wednesday: 8am – 1pm
Briana Daniel – Licensed Massage Therapist
Briana graduated at the top of her class from Cortiva Institute of Muscle Therapy in King of Prussia, PA. She has 4 years experience specializing in Therapeutic Massage, incorporating techniques such as Sports, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue and Thai Yoga Massage. Briana‘s background also includes having worked in a Chiropractic setting focusing on trigger point therapy, PNF stretching, deep tissue and corrective techniques. When she is not massaging, Briana enjoys hiking, kayaking, dancing, yoga, and participating in annual obstacle/mud runs.
Tuesday and Thursday: 8am – 3pm
Christina Pupelis – Licensed Massage Therapist
Christina, Chicago native and a graduate of Carthage College, is new to Philadelphia after spending time in the Washington DC area. While in DC, she studied massage therapy at the Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage, where she learned a variety of bodywork modalities including myofascial release, condition specific massage, PNF stretching and sports massage. Christina is a former gymnast who also has many years of experience in personal training, sports performance training and Pilates instruction. After working collaboratively with physical therapists and doctors at a sports medicine company, she brings experience in working with many athletes and injured clients. Christina enjoys advising clients on preventative and corrective exercises to assist in injury prevention and recovery; she will be sure to help Phila massages clients reach their goals with her upbeat and caring personality!
Thursday: 3pm – 8pm
Friday: 8am – 2pm
Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Jennifer Conard – Licensed Massage Therapist
Saturday (every other): 10am – 6pm
Joey Monaco – Licensed Massage Therapist
Born and raised in Vineland, NJ, Joey was introduced to the field of bodywork by his sister, a massage therapist herself. Inspired by the amazing results that her massage techniques could produce, he went to study at the Cortiva institute of KOP to get his massage education and license. A runner and basketball player himself, it was only natural for him to then specialize in sports massage therapy. He enjoys practicing a variety of techniques, including Myofascial Release and Active Isolated Stretching, and appreciates how they are a part of a training and recovery program that makes an athlete improve their performance. An avid learner, he is continuisly studying new techniques and increasing his knowledge of sports massage. His passion translates into therapeutic goal orientated massage sessions that get results!
Thursday: 3pm – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 6pm
Wednesday and Friday: 3pm – 8pm