Sally Stuckey, RN, LMBT received a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Western Carolina University in 1980. She received a Diploma in Massage and Bodywork Therapy from Body Therapy Institute (BTI) in 2005. She taught at BTI over a four year period and was the Lead Teacher for Anatomy and Physiology for two years. She has maintained a private practice in Sanford since February 2006. Sally completed KMI Structural Integration with Tom Myers in January 2008. She is currently studying Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy with Michael Shea and will be completed in August 2013.
Kinesis Myofascial Integration (KMI) is a form of deep tissue bodywork which utilizes "body reading" and other specific skills to address structural imbalances. It is done in a series, either a 3-series or a 12-series. It's based on the pioneering work of Ida Rolf. Undertaking a KMI series is a personal project and the end result is often a body which looks, feels, and performs better.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle modality which helps to settle and balance the nervous system. The client lies on a table fully dressed while the therapist gently holds the body at various "windows." The focus is on wholeness within the body of the client. This relaxing therapy promotes the ability of the client's body to restore itself with minimal intervention. Sally Stuckey, RN, LMBT is currently studying this modality and is offering free sessions during the certification process. After certification, each session will be $75.00 each.