NC LMBT #5425
Lori-Ann is the energetic and dynamic innovator of Ultimate Sports Massage Therapy – bringing a new approach to massage and muscular therapy rehabilitation along with athletic sports performance.
Through her perseverance Lori-Ann has been successfully selected to work at the Athens, Beijing, Vancouver and RIO Olympic Games as a key member of the sports medicine medical team providing her brand of sports massage to the athletes.
Lori-Ann has also worked closely with the US National Bobsled – Skeleton Team for the past 10 years at team trials in Lake Placid NY or on tour with them in Europe for World Cup and World Championship competitions.
Lori-Ann continues to raise the bar on new techniques, modalities and continuing education for herself and sports massage team to better serve the many clients, athletes and Marines who visit the USMT office.
Lori-Ann is an approved provider by the NCBTMB and a certified IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization) instructor. She is an extremely skilled and knowledgeable therapist with an incredible passion for what she does. Lori-Ann cares deeply about helping her clientele.
When Lori-Ann is not in the office and providing her favorite brand of “bone crushing” sports massage, she could be riding her bike or running and possibly writing a quick note, but then again she could be thinking about her “Super Heroes”!
Michael Hutchison is from a small town in Illinois. In 1996 he joined the Marine Corps at 18 and went to boot camp in San Diego. Michael was an infantry Marine and during his time in he was deployed 6 times, two of them being combat deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He has also done humanitarian assistance during the earthquake in Haiti. Before he retired he was the operation chief at Golf Co 2ndBN 23rdMAR out of Pico Rivera CA. In July of 2016 he retired after doing 20 years in the Marine Corps.
Michael is currently going to school for Business Management at Campbell University.
NC LMBT #16274
Daisy initially started her career
in Massage Therapy as a way to
help her Marine husband. Since
graduating from Coastal Carolina Community College and receiving her license in 2016, she has evolved her knowledge and skills to help out other members of the military; active and retired. She has also been involved in sports events, taking care of athletes running marathons and of course the everyday person in need for preventative care.
Daisy in her off time she enjoys spending time with her family, biking, playing tennis, and enjoying a good
cup of coffee.
NC LMBT #16611
Since Brianna was 23 years old, she has dreamed of becoming a Massage Therapist. The idea of being able to help someone immensely humbled her. Several years later, she took a leap and went after her dream. She completed her studies at Coastal Carolina Community College, and recieved her license in 2017. Brianna further pursued her knowlegde and skills to better apprehend the needs of individuals and has worked sporting events with runners. While Brianna has worked with many clients in all types of therapy, her heart is in enhancing the overall well-being in each individual.
In her spare time, Bri can be found in the gym or in the great outdoors; including but not limited to hiking, kayaking, soccer, running, and enjoying the “SALT LIFE”.