"I have been to Heather several times and have never been disappointed. She listens to your needs and I always walk out feeling refreshed. I would highly recommend her." H.R. - Marstons Mills, MA
"Thank you Heather for the very wonderful, relaxing and healing message. The room was peaceful, not brightly lit and sweet music playing in the background. Heather explained what she was going to do and the reasons for it. So nothing was a surprise or painful as I had experienced in a chiropractic office in the past...I live on the West coast otherwise I would set up times to go in routinely to keep my body relaxed and nip problems in the bud. Everyone needs to have this done because of our stressful busy lives. Keep up the good work Heather!" - J.C., California
Heather is a native Californian and grew up in the Napa Valley. For most of her career she was involved with the arts but she has always had a love for the healing arts and studied it on the side. Heather moved to the Cape in 2009 with her husband. She now has two lovely boys that are both in school.
She completed her Massage Therapy education here on Cape Cod and graduated in Nov. 2014. Even though she is fairly new to massage, Heather has a deep passion for this art and strives to learn as much as she can to help each client attain their goals for healing and well-being.
Heather’s approach to Massage is being a facilitator to help guide clients to self-healing, by listening to your needs and using this as a guide to how she works on each individual, she makes each session a unique experience. Through therapeutic touch, Heather listens with her hands to find the places that are stuck.
Deep tissue is one of her specialties but it’s not the only way to help people. Heather finds that with a lighter touch that she can actually go deeper to relieve stress, tension and pain.
Modalities Performed & Areas of Expertise:
Swedish, light Shiatsu, Deep Tissue (Myofascial), Sports, Hot Stone, and Reiki
Heather Pastore LMT is currently not working with clients due to the ongoing COVID-19 issue. She is looking forward to returning to the office perhaps sometime this Winter!