Stacy Gibson, LMT
A 2009 graduate of Cortiva Institute - Pennsylvania School of Massage Therapy, Stacy acquired over 600 hours of classroom and hands on training.
She graduated top of her class with a 4.0 GPA and received the prestigious Mary Jo Meyers Outstanding Student Award selected by fellow classmates, instructors and school administrators. This award is a symbol of her distinction as a massage therapist.
She has an intuitive touch and works wonders with chronic muscle pain. She specializes in therapeutic techniques and each session follows your treatment goals. In addition to massage therapy, Stacy also has begun offering Energy Healing Sessions.
Stacy has training in multiple massage techniques such as Fascia Tissue Release, Japanese Zen Facial Massage, Cool-Lift Face Rejuvenation, Therapeutic Cupping, Prenatal Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, just to name a few.
Kennett Square Massage
The business was founded on the principle of each body is different and everybody should be treated individually. Time and care is taken for each client to be heard and receive a massage that will enable them to reach their treatment goals.
In 2009 Stacy began this business in a shared office suite on South Broad Street in Kennett Square. After gaining experience over 3 years, she decided it was time to expand her business and move to a more prominent location in town.
In 2012, she chose to expand to the Madonna 500 building located at 500 West State Street in Kennett Square. This building was built by her late grandfather, Daniel P. Madonna,II and housed the family dry cleaning plant, Madonna Custom Cleaners.
Madonna Custom Cleaners was then passed down to her parents, Janice and Daniel P. Madonna,III where after a few years, they re-invented their business model and became Madonna Balloons and Cakes until 1999. When that business closed due to illness, the commercial area of the building was rented to several other businesses including TV repair, shipping company and phone stores.
Stacy is pleased to be able to rent the space and be the 3rd generation of her family to run a successful business out of the space that her family built from the ground up (literally!).
Nicki Pennington, LMT
Nicki's intuitive touch and attention to detail, which are derived from her extensive experience, show in her massage work.
Nicki started working in the salon industry when she was 15 years old as a receptionist and stylist assistant. At the age of 16 she further developed herself through a salon and spa as an aesthetician and nail technician.
In 2010, Nicki graduated from Kennett High School with her cosmetology license. While working in the salon and spa industry she focused on skin treatments, waxing and nails.
Since 2016, Nicki Pennington has been a Pennsylvania licensed massage therapist. Her formal training was received at the renowned school of cosmetology and massage therapy.
Her specialties include therapeutic body work, deep tissue, hot stone and Thai. She is devoted in her pursuits of pain localization and relaxation for her clients. Nicki cultivates an atmosphere of growth and development through continuing education both practical and academic.
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