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Atlanta, GA 30318 US


Meet our Massage Therapists

Greg Titus LMT


Greg initially became interested in Massage Therapy after receiving chiropractic and massage treatments for a pelvic misalignment. Years later, Greg would witness firsthand the power of Massage after an involvement in an automobile accident. Massage therapy treatments increased the speed of recovery time, increased range of motion, decreased pain and tissue scarring. Greg likes to incorporate stretching and myofascial release in his massages and is looking forward to further learning opportunities to better facilitate wellness for others.

Greg also enjoys playing music, reading, philosophy, and enjoying nature.

Christen Orr LMT


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Ashley Daye LMT


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Tameka Ringer LMT

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Brandi Kaepplinger LMT


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Myah Downey LMT


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Taahira Waithe LMT


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Amiee Woods LMT


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Lendora Atkins LMT


Lendora is a graduate of the Academy of Somatic Healing and Arts. She is fortunate to have found a career that combines her passion for science and helping others. She aims to return the body to balance with integrative neuromuscular therapy. Her goal as a massage therapist is to not only relieve her clients' pain but to also educate them on how take a holistic, noninvasive approach to healing. She undoubtedly believes everyone can receive a multitude of benefits from getting regular massage therapy. When she's not working, she's probably reading, doing yoga, going on adventures with friends or hanging out with her dog Omar.

James Bender LMT


James was introduced to massage therapy at a very young age. His mother was a massage therapist and he quickly saw the impact she was having on people. Later on in life he realized that he wanted to pursue that same career, help people, make a positive impact on their lives, help them recover faster from injuries and create a healthier all around lifestyle. James loves the environment at Back to Basics, everything is made for the patient’s improvement. He is constantly learning from all the therapists around the office but also from his own patients, and he loves it. James specializes in Neuromuscular Therapy, helping his clients overcome their issues and teaching them how to better care for their bodies. He also has a special interest in pre-natal massages and will soon finish his training to be able to offer this treatment as well. When James is not at work, he usually likes spending time relaxing, reading and going on walks. Being a massage therapist is very difficult on his body and just like he recommends it to clients, he likes to take care for himself physically and mentally.

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