Relocating from Jackson, NH to Lyndonville, VT in August 2022.
“Relaxation is about unwinding the body, tuning into the body’s natural rhythms and honoring the whole person.”
“Stillness is sacred in mind and body.”
~ Beth Dyer, Certified Massage Therapist
Owner of Wild River Massage Studio
Beth Dyer, Licensed Massage Therapist
Beth Dyer received her formal training at the Massage Institute of New England in Boston in 1995 and completed internships and trainings in Trigger Point, Lomi Lomi, Trager, Reiki and deep tissue. She spent nearly fifteen years building a successful practice in California, Hawaii and Massachusetts. In 2010, she took a break from massage while raising her son. She has now returned to the practice with a natural and experienced ease and offers her work in this unique and healing mountain environment.
If pain relief is your need, Beth has an intuitive perception of where pain lies and targets those areas for short term relief and resolution of chronic issues.
Relaxation is about unwinding the body, tuning into the body’s natural rhythms and honoring the whole person. Stillness is sacred in mind and body. Beth’s hands, forearms and elbows meld into the body to release tension, anxiety, time, thought and emotion.
Beth believes the power of healing does not come from her but rather from you and your connection to source. Whether she is a conduit, a mirror, a grounding force or a witness, the power emerges from the dance between client and practitioner, because where there is hope, equilibrium and intention, there is healing.
Whether you come for pain relief, relaxation or healing wounds or dis-ease, Beth believes we are more than our human condition – we are possibility, potential, light and love.
* Deep Tissue
60 min sessionCost to be determined
90 min sessionCost to be determined
- Addition to 90 min session
This studio will be getting a make-over. Please check back this summer for updates!
Hours of Operation
Opening August 2022 – Wild River Massage at 518 Main St, Lyndonville, VT
Beth looks forward to meeting and accepting new clients in August 2022.
You can contact her by phone at (617) 272-0441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for Massage Therapists and Clients due to COVID-19:
Please do not keep your appointment if you are ill with symptoms including fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell.
Hand-washing and/or use of sanitizer is advised prior to the session, and at the conclusion.