About Us

Mastnardo Massage Therapies was started in 2001 with a focus on a holistic approach to wellness utilizing education and self-awareness through the specificity of touch to maintain a healthier pain-free life.

Our Massage Therapists are experienced in working with patients who suffer from various medical conditions as well as patients trying to reach or maintain overall wellness.

Meet our Therapists

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Diane

Diane Mastnardo has been a licensed massage therapist since 1999 and opened her practice, Mastnardo Massage Therapies, in 2001. She approaches wellness holistically, utilizing education and self-awareness through the specificity of touch, to maintain a healthier pain-free life.  

 

In 2014, Diane became the founding director of Massage Northern Ohio (MNO-PBRN), a massage therapy practice-based research network. She worked in partnership with The Center for Reducing Health Disparities and Case Western Reserve Practice-based Research Network Shared Resources to develop an avenue for clinical massage therapists to collaborate. The goal of MNO-PBRN is to support the generation of evidence-based knowledge on effective and consistent massage therapy treatments and to develop pathways for the integration of the practice of massage therapy into conventional health care.

 

Over the years, Diane realized the need to educate people on body awareness using their senses. In 2018, she collaborated with a certified aromatherapist/yoga instructor to develop a technique to engage four neurological inputs: Breathing, Acupressure, Aromatherapy, and Movement, or BAAM! The BAAM technique provides emotional and social tools at our fingertips and directly affects symptoms of anxiety and stress. These tools can also be used to increase focus, regulate emotions, heart rate, and muscle tension.

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Amy has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2000. She enjoys layering various therapies during the massage session. She often incorporates sound healing in the form of tuning forks placed along acupressure points to help assist stubborn trigger points to release.

Amy also enjoys utilizing myofascial cupping, and Tibetan singing bowl sound healing to calm the nervous system for an especially relaxing experience. Amy is focused on educating her clients on self-healing techniques to balance the chakra system.

Amy worked in a hospital fitness setting, and physical therapy clinics before launching into the Massage Clinic environment.  She brings years of experience and training in a medical setting to her myofascial release sessions. Amy is also certified in Reiki and enjoys teaching freedom of movement through hoop classes.

Amy's Areas of Specialty: Cupping, Reiki, Tuning Fork Sound Therapy

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Sarah-Jane received her B.S. in Health Sciences at Cleveland State University and later completed the massage therapy program at Tri-C.  She is prepared to assist each client reach their massage goals, whether it be pure relaxation or specific therapeutic work. She is particularly interested in the role the nervous system plays in relation to pain and dysfunction in the body. To further her education and experience with this system, she became certified in Upledger Craniosacral 1 and 2, and completed training in restorative and trauma-informed yoga. She believes embodiment and touch are essential for supporting a healthy mind and body.

 


Sarah-Jane utilizes tools such as cupping therapy and CBD in sessions. She aspires to be present with every client and welcomes communication. She is inspired by the Chinese proverb: “Tension is whom you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.” 

Sarah-Jane's Area of Specialty: Craniosacral Therapy

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