Kostyantyn Shkilnyy graduated from Carnegie Institute in June 2010. Year after he became board certified and received NCBTMB (Nationally Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork). He specialize in Therapeutic Bodywork including relaxation, deep tissue, sports massage, chair massage, Lymphatic Drainage, medical massage, neuromuscular, myofascial, soft tissue injuries, prenatal, Massage Cupping and Myoskeletal Alignment Therapy.
Kostyantyn is incredibly passionate about massage therapy and it's benefits to overall health. He prioritizes and meets every client needs during each session. He is genuinely ambitious, caring, and compassionate. Kostyantyn is especially good at localizing the source of pain and treating it. He truly believes that massage therapy is crucial component of overall wellbeing.
Kostyantyn is a huge soccer fan and player. He generally loves sports. He enjoys helping others, travel, and good food.
To him, the greatest achievement of Kostyantyn's life is his family.
David Kang, MSOM, L.Ac, is a licensed acupuncturist and a specialist in the treatment of pain and injury. He uses acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, cupping and Gua-sha(scrapping) to safely and effectively get his patients out of pain and back to health. As someone who is always thrilled to learn better treatment principles, David optimizes the use of all available resources that will aid him in demonstrating exceptional mastery of professional skills. He has obtained various certifications like Diplomat of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), Clean Needle Technique by the Council of Colleges in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM).
As a 3rd generation acupuncturist, He was able to begin his training as a young adult directly under the tutelage of his successful and well-respected family. Hedeveloped an uncanny ability to grasp the intricacies of Traditional Chinese Medicine due to his family lineage. David received his master’s degree on Oriental Medicine from prestige South Baylo University, where he served two terms as Vice President and President for Korean student body.
David is a professor at University of East and West Medicine, where he teaches students about Patient Care and supportive treatments. He has a special interest in pain management and expertise in acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain including lower back pain, shoulder pain, ankle pain and knee pains. A lover of knowledge, David strives to grow professionally through continuous study and participation. He is currently enrolled into a Ph.D. program for Oriental Medicine to broad he’s knowledge. And lastly, he would not recommend a treatment for you if he has not or would not do it himself.
Nancey Lee Cohen first studied massage in Washington State at Port Townsend School of Massage. She is skilled in a wide range of modalities including Swedish relaxation, tension relief, deep tissue, sport, fascial release, assisted (Yin) stretching, Chinese cupping/gua sha and basic Thai techniques. Nancey is also an experienced yoga |meditation instructor with special interests in Functional Anatomy and Yin yoga, a practice that focuses on passively stretching the connective tissues+fascia of the spine, pelvis and hips.
Understanding the importance of continuing education, Nancey participated in an ongoing 2 year, hands on tutorial program with Brian Utting, a well-known Seattle instructor, LMT and past owner of the Brian Utting School of Massage (now Cortiva Institute). She is also an advanced student of and has served as an assistant to master Yin yoga/anatomy teacher Paul Grilley.
Nancey is intuitive, knowledgeable and nurturing. She sees each relationship as a partnership and works to ensure that her client’s specific needs are met to the best of her ability. Her commitment to continued studies in anatomy, yoga and massage make for a unique experience. She’s a great listener, excellent communicator and enters each session with an open and curious mind. Because of this approach, sessions with Nancey take on a life of their own and are rarely the same.
Nancey recently left Seattle to relocate to the Detroit metro area, is a homebody, and loves to spend time with her best bud George the English bulldog.