Kelly Simonette

Kelly Simonette

Massage Therapist & Lomi Lomi Practitioner

Kelly is a massage therapist specializing in Lomi Lomi Nui also called Hawaiian Temple bodywork. She was taught by a student of Abraham Kawai’i for over two years to become proficient at this ancient healing modality. This restorative massage incorporates the Hawaiian concept of aloha and promotes personal harmony. Lomi Lomi is best known for long, flowing, dance-like strokes. The physical benefits of this massage are relaxing muscles, promoting circulation, and releasing blocked energy. Kelly also provides deep tissue and Swedish massage. 

Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and pets, traveling, and learning about health and healing.


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Falina Stammer

Falina Stammer

Massage Therapist & Reiki Master

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Falina possesses a fine balance of skill and intuition in her work, listening closely to her clients and to their bodies. She received her training from Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork studying deep tissue, sports, relaxation and pre/post-natal massage, as well as connective tissue, pressure points, and trigger points bodywork. She has been a massage therapist since 2003, a vocation she loves, working with chiropractors, acupuncturists, and herbalists.

With many tools in her tool kit, she is able to give the body what it needs. "I love when I am able find the issue in the muscles and work with it to melt, moving the client to feelings of peace and balance." Falina began practicing yoga in 2003 and often recommends yoga to her clients seeing the amazing benefits of mixing massage and yoga.

Her keen awareness of what pain can do to a person comes from a deep well of personal experience. The loss of her mother when she was young left her as a caregiver for her father and, as a result, she had to grow up fast. These experiences and her understanding of pain ignited a passion to help relieve pain in others, turning her life experiences into something positive and helpful to others.

Falina loves to hike, garden, bike, make pottery and art, watch movies, backpack on the Superior Hiking trail and in Montana, camp and travel.