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"I reach out with compassion and kindness to help humanity for the benefit for all. With 20 years experience in the field, plus my background in medical massage, I focus on the whole person and their needs at that moment. I work within the pain tolerance of the patient. I am commited and passionate about helping people manage their pain and be ultimately pain free. I am here to hlep you."

Mary graduated from the Brian Utting School of Massage in Seattle Washington in December 2000. She developed her own practice in Kirkland Washington. In 2011, Mary tapped into her sense of adventure and moved to Paradise Valley, Montana working at Hubbard's Yellowstone Lodge as their resident massage therapist. She reopened her private practice, Williams Therapeutic Massage, in Livingston Montana in 2012. Mary is committed and passionate to help her clients experience relief from their pain and be ultimately pain free. Her work is authentic and scientifically grounded. Mary has refined skills in the art of healing that have been cultivated for almost 2 decades. She has been voted "Best Massage Therapist of Park County" since 2013.








Affiliations:

Montana State License for Massage Therapy, License #1188
Washington State License for Massage Therapy, License #14924
Professional Member, American Massage Therapy Association, Member #104888
Former member, Washington State Massage Emergency Response Team
Former member, National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
Former Certified Member, TouchPro Institute of Chair Massage
Former member, Washington Sports Massage Team
Former Government Relations Chair, AMTA Montana Chapter, 2014-2016
 

Training and Experience

Hot and Cold Stone Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Cupping Therapy, Spa Treatments, Muscle Energy Technique (MET), Sports Massage, On-site Chair Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Medical Massage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Myofascial Release, Aromatherapy, Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian Massage), and Clinical Muscular Therapy.

"As an RN, I value the importance of not only a massage that feels good, but a massage that is healing. Mary is truly a healing massage therapist. She is highly skilled in finding areas that are tight or have scar tissue, and applying pressure at just the right points to promote relaxation of muscles and increase blood flow to expedite the healing process. She is one of the best in her field. Consider it a privilege if you are lucky enough to become a client of hers."  Addie Pascal, RN

"I like that Mary explains what she is doing and why she is doing it. She really knows her stuff! I left feeling great and educated about my muscles and soreness, and how to take better care of myself!"  Erin Large, Seattle