Optimal Wellness Therapeutic Massage

Meet Our Therapists

Bringing almost 2 decades of experience to the table, Suzanne specializes in therapeutic massage. She studied at the Green Mountain Institute for integrative body work in Vermont, graduating in 2004. With a wide variety of modalities taught, the philosophy of the program was that the most important aspect of providing body work is to be truly present. Suzanne matches the client’s needs with the most effective treatments. She offers a variety of techniques to help clients with chronic injury, tension, and pain. She can do deep focused work, or offer a relaxing Zen experience to relieve stress. Prenatal is also a specialty that she enjoys. When not helping her clients, she enjoys spending time with her family, lake life, gardening, and seeing live music. RI state license number MTO2683

Stephanie is a graduate of CCRI's Rehab Health Science / Massage Therapy Program where she continues to work as an Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor. She opened Optimal Wellness in 2013. Her focus is working with clients to help them achieve their goals wether it’s to rehab an injury, treat a chronic condition, improve sports performance or just relaxation/ stress reduction. Stephanie is a certified NE USA Swim Official and enjoys watching her 2 sons swim competitively. She is an Avid fan of Manitoba Moose hockey. In her free time, she enjoys boating, fishing, stand up comedy and spending time with her dog, Maggie.  RI state license number MT 02099


Beth graduated in 2017 with honors from Connecticut center for massage therapy. She has also pursued continuing education through the Upledger Institute for Cranial Sacral Therapy. CST is a light touch therapy that focuses on how our bodies process stress and the effects of the nervous system.  Beth enjoys breaking down sessions into: upper body focus – 60 minute session to look at postural challenges throughout head, neck and shoulders. Lower body focus – 60 minute session opening up and releasing tension of the lower back through the pelvic girdle, in and around the joints, hamstrings and quads, to improve range of motion and mobility for today and for years to come. A 90 minute session for full body evaluation, tool as a first session to see where the focus needs to be (or just good ol relaxation) Most of her work is moderate to deep pressure based on what the body allows. Beth works slow and with intention with the body, so that the work is integrated, allowing you to: live better in your body . 


Sharon is a seasoned therapist of 28 years. She has worked with a diverse group of clientele. She graduated from the muscular Institute in Cambridge and then continued her studies at the Boston School of Shiatsu. Her passion in massage is focusing on injury work and helping others. Sharon tailors each session to the clients needs And wants. She enjoys Swedish and therapeutic massage along with specific injury work. 


With over 10 years experience in both spa settings and clinical environments,  James uses his skill set to tailor every massage to your individual needs and to help you build more awareness about your body and habits. Certified in cupping, myofascial release, hot stone massage and assisted stretching, James is equipped with the skill set to not only help you relax but also get on track to feeling better every day.