NC LMBT #6844 and KY #4044
I’m Kammaleathahh and I am a Kentucky and North Carolina licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. I practice therapeutic massage, combining stretching, myofascial release techniques and acupressure. In terms of evaluating postural patterns happening in the body, I work with 12 lines of myofascial tissue. I practice the kind of work that shows how the area that is screaming at you for attention (your shoulder, for instance) might not be the source of your discomfort. The pain in your shoulder could be from a shift in your hip or a tilt in your foot. Visit my shcmassage.com to learn more.
I became greatly influenced by Chinese Medicine philosophy after working closely with acupuncturists in North Carolina. The cultivation of spiritual principle has always been important to me and this positively influences my intuition, listening, and observation skills.
Kammaleathahh’s credentials include: membership of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, certification in Prenatal/Postnatal Massage and Newborn Massage instruction, and a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology and Peace and Conflict Studies from Guilford College. She has received Doula training, and has attended a number of births.
Miriam has a certificate in Holistic Health Counseling from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, a program in partnership with Columbia University’s Teacher’s College. She is certified by the American Association for Drugless Practitioners and is a graduate of Guilford College, where she received a B.A. in Women’s Studies and Religious Studies.
She has worked with various non-profit organizations over the years like Earth Share of North Carolina, The Leaven Center and stone circles. You will often find her cooking meals at The Stone House in Mebane, N.C.; a farm and retreat space for activists from all over the country, working on issues of spiritual practice and principles. Currently, Miriam is also serving as a Board Director of Deep Roots Market and is the Director of Operations at the Lotus Center, a Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Clinic.
Miriam enjoys cooking, spending time with her 5 nieces & nephews, going to spin class, sitting around the fire with friends and a big glass of red wine. She also has an informative blog that merges her passion for food, health counseling and fun. Visit her blog at miriambiber.com.