Diane Smogor’s appreciation of the body and therapeutic touch deepened when she was in college studying community health education. As a college student, two courses made a lasting impression on her – a stress management course that included an introduction to massage therapy, and her anatomy and physiology lab. Diane’s fascination with the human body led her to study massage therapy and in addition to working in the public health field for nearly 30 years, Diane has been a licensed massage therapist since 2002. Diane likes to combine therapeutic work to ease chronic trigger points and pain along with stretching and relaxing Swedish strokes to calm the body and mind. She is certified in kinesiology taping and as an athlete, enjoys sharing her experience with fascial movement taping with clients. “I love massage because it integrates science with the art of touch. I feel very fortunate to be able to use my body and energy as a means to help others feel and move better.”
In addition to her husband, dog and family, Diane loves include: hiking, camping and canyoneering in the southwest; playing volleyball; eating her way through Santa Fe; and experimenting in the kitchen.