Meet Our Therapists

Jack Weimer LMT 1503 - Jack has been a nationally certified massage therapist for over nine years. After graduating from the Natural Healing Arts School of Massage Therapy in Tupelo, MS, he moved to North Carolina to gain experience and increase his knowledge of massage and bodywork. After 1800+ hours of clinical work in NC, he returned to Starkville to be closer to family and friends. He has gained much experience working with the community over the past seven years, and has had the opportunity to enhance his skills by performing therapeutic massage for recreational, collegiate and proffessional athletes.  

Ewaldson Francois LMT 2283 - Ewaldson was born in Haiti and moved to New Jersey at the age of seven with his family. After high school, he joined the Navy where he served for 14 years as a Field Medical Tech. While still enlisted, he graduated from ECPI University in Virginia with a degree in Massage Therapy in 2013. He then moved to Wren, Mississippi, where his wife was born and raised. He has been a nationally certified massage therapist for three years, specializing in Deep Tissue and Sports Massage. 

Miranda Perry LMT 885 - Miranda is originally from North Mississippi and graduated from Ackerman High with honors. She continued her education at Itawamba Community College in Fulton, MS, and then received her massage therapy certification from the Natural Healing Arts School of Massage Therapy in Tupelo in 2005. Since then she has furthered her education by completing courses in Craniosacral Therapy, Hydrotherapy, Aromatherapy, Table Thai, Deep Tissue Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, Prenatal Massage, Special Innovative Massage for Headaches and Neck Pain, and Cancer Massage Therapy. She obtained her national certification through the NCBTMB in 2005 and has been licensed in Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, and Nevada. Her mission as a massage therapist is to help individuals find peace and tranquility within themselves, to rid the congestion of aches and pains, and to restore the inner being back to a well state. 

There are numerous benefits of massage and it is our goal to introduce these benefits as a key ingredient for a healthy lifestyle to people all over the Starkville, Columbus, and West Point areas. 

Benefits of massage include:

  • Enhanced recovery from Sports Training and Injury
  • Improved Circulation
  • Increased Joint Range of Motion
  • Stress Reduction
  • Improved Sleep
  • Decreased Depression/Anxiety
  • Alleviates Pain
  • Stimulates Natural Immunity