Brady loves to integrate a variety of healing modalities into his sessions such as Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy, hot stone deep tissue, reflexology, and therapist assisted stretching.
Her integrative bodywork weaves techniques from different modalities including swedish massage, sports massage, and yoga therapy. Compassion and healing space centered approach.
Some of Dominque’s favorite modalities are thai, barefoot style massage, deep tissue, sound healing and more. Also a certified yoga instructor and passionate about soulful healing.
Logan loves weaving the relaxing components of Swedish massage with more therapeutic modalities such as deep tissue and trigger point therapy.
Daniel’s main tools are myofascial release, neuro-muscular facilitation, and deep tissue massage. He also integrates PT studies into his work.
Eliza blends her intuitive and strong touch with anatomical knowledge of the body and integrates therapeutic work into the massage.
LeeAnn specializes in deep tissue massage, neuromuscular reprogramming and trigger point therapy.
Sports, NMT, Craniosacral, Swedish, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, and more is what he, gratefully, belongs to.
Her favorite modalities include: Ashiatsu, Lomi, Deep Tissue..
Creating connective, client-centered healing experience using the relaxing qualities of Swedish massage with deep tissue work and trigger point therapy.
Jennifer is passionate about prenatal massage and offers support before, during and after childbearing.
Integrating therapeutics and energetics in each and every session. A deep sense of passion and caring for the work and for the individual.
Creating client- centered healing experience using the relaxing qualities of Swedish massage with deep tissue work and trigger point therapy.
More about our therapists:
It is my intention to use the professional knowledge and training I have acquired to empower others to be healthy and to feel their best.”
Brady Preyss is the founder as well as an active therapist of Unity Healing Arts. Throughout his whole life, Brady has had an interest and a passion to explore the human body’s ability to perform an endless foray of feats and activities. Often this interest has lead to his own participation in athletics, movement, dance, and outdoor adventure. In time, the joy of participating also lead to his fascination in how the body heals and techniques to facilitate that healing.
By attending and graduating from the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe, NM, Brady had the opportunity to study with some of the finest healers and massage therapists in one the country’s most renown healing meccas.
Several years ago, his yoga practice lead him to Portland, OR to study a holistic yoga practice more deeply at the Ananda School of Yoga. He is currently a certified and registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. It is his belief that yoga practice and massage therapy are wonderful compliments to one another. Brady loves to integrate a variety of healing modalities into his sessions such as Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy, hot stone deep tissue, reflexology, and therapist assisted stretching.
After feeling the healing effects of yoga and massage for her own mental, emotional, and physical pains Jessie became deeply passionate about sharing the benefits of these holistic practices with others.
Jessie completed a month immersion course at Shoshoni Ashram outside of Boulder, CO and received her yoga teacher certification as well as a certification in meditation instruction. She received further training from Shoshoni in the hands on skills of physical assists and adjustments and has worked as a mentor for other aspiring teachers in Blossom Yoga’s Teacher Training Program in Laramie, WY.
She studied massage at the Center for Massage and Natural Health where she was educated in a number of modalities and practices an integrative approach that draws on her knowledge of these practices and on her many years as a yoga instructor.
Jessie loves to create a space for clients to leave their deadlines, worries, and pains behind and find themselves in the soft, relaxed, and natural home of their own skin and hopefully enabling them to carry the confidence of embodiment back out with them into the often chaotic world.
Logan loves weaving the relaxing components of Swedish massage with more therapeutic modalities such as deep tissue and trigger point therapy. She believes that massage does not have to hurt in order to be therapeutic.
Logan instead likes to work within client’s comfort level to not only create a blissed-out experience on the table, but also lasting effects in the body. She especially loves to work with clients to release head, neck, shoulder, and back tension. Logan enjoys utilizing hot stones and hot towels during sessions to deepen relaxation and release patterns of tension.
Logan has been practicing massage since 2009 and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Chinese medicine at Daoist Traditions. She would love to share her passion for healing work with you.
LeeAnn Cave received her massage therapy certification in 2004 from Alive & Well Institute of Conscious Bodywork in Mill Valley, CA. Her years of experience have been enriched by practicing in day spas, with chiropractors, and by partnering with various holistic health care providers.
LeeAnn moved to Asheville from California in 2008 where she spent five years as a manager of a day spa. After a hiatus as a new mother she has returned to holistic health care enthusiastically cultivating her passion of massage therapy.
Specializing in deep tissue massage, neuromuscular reprogramming and trigger point therapy, LeeAnn’s massage sessions are always uniquely designed to promote healing, stress reduction and recovery from muscular injury, tension and fatigue. LeeAnn is excited to educate others about the benefits of bodywork as key form of illness prevention and promotion of optimal well-being.
Eliza has been passionately involved in the healing arts for many years. She grew up as an athlete and always had a distinct ability to help others. Eliza’s own passions, as well as encouragement from her community, led her to go to school for massage therapy. Eliza graduated from the Center for Massage and Natural Health in 2012, with an enthusiastic passion to bring her skills out into the world.
Eliza blends her intuitive and strong touch with anatomical knowledge of the human body. Every massage that she gives is different and customized to fit each individual’s needs. She’s great at finding those trouble spots and working them out! Eliza uses a well-rounded approach to integrate relaxation and therapeutic work into the massage.
Eliza’s other work involves teaching children in an outdoor nature program. She is also a yoga practitioner and dancer. Eliza looks forward to meeting you and creating the perfect massage!
Since 2005, Daniel has been helping people to learn how to heal and re-integrate the mind, body, and spirit. His main tools in this process are myofascial release, neuro-muscular facilitation, and deep tissue massage. He also integrates 15 months of Physical Therapy studies into his work.
Over the last ten years, Daniel has received advanced training in deep tissue massage, reiki levels 1 and 2, thai yoga massage, therapeutic cupping, lymphatic drainage, and healing touch.
“It is a joy to watch clients take control of their health and re-learn how to use their bodies. Our present society of constant work and ever-developing technology, along with traumas that we may encounter, can cause us to lose touch with our bodies. Locked-in patterns due to repetitive behavior cause tension, pain, and decreased range of motion. Part of the job of a massage therapist is to remind the client of how their body can move through space, and help facilitate a return to proper alignment.”
Dominique Warfield is an expressive and healing artist with a passion to help people radically love and connect with their bodies.
She is a Prescott College graduate with a degree in “Expressive and Healing Arts’ as well as a Florida School of Massage Alumni. Dominique has traveled around the country exploring spiritual and intentional communities deepening her studies in Yoga and indigenous healing arts.
During her formative years she was a competitive gymnast and all-star cheerleader, as well as a musical theater student. She was very motivated at a young age learning ways to heal her body from intensive trainings, which allowed her to gain a deep intuitive feeling around therapeutic touch and body exploration. Dominique is currently a Yoga, movement and music facilitator and in her healing treatments she integrates a variety of different modalities influenced by Thai massage, feet work, indigenous healing arts and sound healing— she calls this UNIQUE mix of visionary healing techniques “The Shamanique Experience.”
It is with a deep gratitude, joy and respect that Bradley has found himself practicing massage therapy since 2005. After graduating Bates College in Maine with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, he procrastinated from pursuing his childhood dream of being a doctor by learning to sail, exploring the tropics, and defaulting on student loans. His journeys brought him to Maui, Hawaii where “the best massage therapy in the world” was practiced as an integral part of Native Hawaiian healthcare for hundreds of years. Caught by the brilliance of the indigenous scientific mind of the Hawaiians and the aloha spirit they embody, Bradley felt at home studying Mana Lomi, a gentle yet powerful style of therapeutic Hawaiian Massage. While he studied many other modalities of massage including Sports, NMT, ART, Craniosacral, Swedish, Pregnancy, Deep Tissue, Syntropy, and Shiatsu, Mana Lomi is what he, gratefully, belongs to.
After graduating from the Maui School of Therapeutic Massage, he continued his studies in Mana Lomi, as well as Hawaiian Chant and language, while working with the local families of the island as a counselor in a Substance Abuse Treatment program. In 2009, he brought this work back to his home in Connecticut where he opened up his practice, Aloha Integrative Massage in New Haven, CT. He has treated hundreds of clients and families, building a practice through word-of-mouth and referral from Naturopathic Doctors, Chiropractors, Rolfers, Medical Doctors, Pilates and Yoga Instructors, as well as other discerning professionals.
Bradley moved to Asheville with his wife and son in January 2015 after enrolling in the Masters of Art in Oriental Medicine program at Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts, in order to continue his work with brilliant holistic medical traditions.
Lindsey is constantly amazed by the resiliency of the human body. She has a deep excitement and curiosity of alternative healing modalities which led her to study massage therapy at the Asheville School of Massage and Yoga in 2014-2015.
Lindsey has spent her life full of movement including everything from dancing and yoga to hiking, homesteading to crafting. Her enjoyment of the ease in navigating daily tasks and living a full life brings her great gratitude and a willingness to help others enjoy the same fluidity of activity through healing massage.
As a therapist, she likes to use her intuition and gentle nature to create a connective, client-centered healing experience using the relaxing qualities of Swedish massage with deep tissue work and trigger point therapy.
Jennifer is passionate about prenatal massage and offers support before, during and after childbearing. She also works with women postpartum to help tone and strengthen their bodies 6-8 weeks after delivery. She is a certified infant massage educator, teaching families how to massage their infants from birth to age one, and sharing the art of nurturing touch.
Jennifer offers an integrative massage session blending Swedish, deep tissue, thai, trigger point and energy work tailored to your individual needs. My primary focus is to create space promoting your body’s natural healing process, providing balance and harmony.
Jennifer has always been interested in holistic health, yoga, exercise and family. After raising two children, she decided to go back to school in 2010 and study massage. The human body is amazing, and being a curious soul and a lifelong learner, combining movement with nurturing touch is a perfect fit.
Jennifer has a bachelors degree from Syracuse University, graduated in 2011 from The European Massage School in Illinois, and has been continuing her education ever since. She has worked with a Chiropractor, and at a Chinese Medicine Clinic in Evanston Illinois. In 2011, Jennifer was certified in “Bodywork for the Childbearing Years” with Kate Jordan, and is passionate about providing women with comfort measures and helping moms-to-be feel their best during their pregnancies and beyond. In 2013, Jennifer studied cranio sacral therapy with the Upledger Institute. In 2014 she began the process of her infant massage certification with Infant Massage USA, and completed it in 2015 as a CEIM and member of IAIM. And in 2016, Jennifer attended The School of Thai Massage and Bodywork with Chuck Duff, which gave her the tools to deliver a deep massage along with thai/yoga stretching.
Alice is a Reiki Master-Teacher who received her training in Chicago and Asheville, and has been doing energy work since 2010. She comes from a family of acupuncturists, and grew up receiving energy work from her mother–so “alternative” therapies have been a vital part of her idea of healthcare from the start.
Alice is honored to be able to access this energy, and delights in working closely with clients to unburden themselves of stuck energy and patterns so that they may stretch out into the authentic, empowered versions of themselves they yearn to be. She is fascinated by the spiritual connection she finds in doing this work, and can work with clients to access their own connection to their true nature and guidance. During her sessions, she receives visual images that translate to messages about what is happening in clients’ bodies and what can be helpful to them on their healing paths.
She believes the mountains and thriving creative community in Asheville provide an ideal backdrop for people to do their inner work, to heal themselves so that they can do the outer work they’re here to do. She will be starting her postpartum doula training in April, and looks forward to supporting women during this tender, transformative time.