Rachelle Piram, LMT

Rachelle graduated from the College of St. Scholastica with BA in Health Science, studied for her masters in occupational therapy with an internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. Soon after, Rachelle pursued further education and graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute in Falls Church, VA with a massage therapy certification and a certification with Budding Yogis as a children’s yoga instructor in Washington, DC. Rachelle also studied for her BCaBA- board certified assistant behavior analyst certification in applied behavioral analysis working with autistic children. Most recently, Rachelle became a volunteer firefighter (2014) and is an active EMT (2016).

In her free time, Rachelle can be found being creative and silly with her daughter and their springer spaniel/collie puppy, Luke. Rachelle enjoys working out (HIIT, MMA) and lifting heavy weights and thinks cardio is a Spanish word. Every week she has firefighting training and responds to 911 calls as an EMT. In the spring, she can be found on the softball field either as an umpire, coach or player.

Specializing in:
Fascia dysfunction
Ergonomics
Repetitive muscle patterns
Nerve Entrapments
Medical massage
Motor vehicle accident injuries
Myoskeletal alignment technique
Sports injuries