Victoria began her journey as a massage therapist in 2014, shortly after moving from Guilford, Connecticut to Phoenix, Arizona. Although it was addressed to someone else, she had received a brochure for a massage school in the mail and took it as a sign to stop the aimless wandering and bouncing around from minimum wage jobs she dreaded. She decided to enroll and by 2015 she graduated from Arizona School of Massage Therapy with not only a promising career, but a lifelong passion and newfound community of kindhearted professionals. A concept she learned in school and still carries with her to this day is “Pain is where it isn’t.” Looking at the body as an interconnected system of moving parts means any imbalances, blockages, or other dysfunctions within an area can have a ripple effect, as the body tries to overcompensate in finding balance. Using knowledge of anatomy and a natural “gentle, but firm touch” she seeks to give each client a unique, relaxing yet therapeutic session. Since moving back to Connecticut, she has worked as a licensed massage therapist in a wide variety of settings including spa, wellness center, office buildings, fundraisers, festivals, and even backstage at concerts. She is a nurturer by nature and works as a caregiver as well. When Victoria is not working, she loves to spend time with family and her dogs. She also enjoys being outdoors, reading, solving puzzles, crafting, and making people smile.