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Cindy Ogata MAT 7008 ~  Owner & Principal Massage Therapist

Cindy transitioned into her massage career due to her daughter Maile's unique medical condition.She refers to her style of massage as "chop suey" because she borrows from her training in Orthopedic, Aromatherapy, Swedish, reflexology, shiatsu, joint mobilization, deep tissue, lomi lomi, cranial sacral, kinesiology, stretching, sports, pregnancy and reiki to synthesize what would work best for each individual. 

Education:

1981 B.S. Community Nutrition – University of Hawaii
1986 Secondary Science Education – University of Hawaii
1996 Secondary School Counselor - University of Hawaii
2002 Massage Therapy - Honolulu School of Massage
2009 Brain Gym Consultant

Professional Organizations:

American Massage Therapy Association
Massage Therapist Association of Hawaii
Business Network International



About Us - Therapeutic Touch of Health Massage Therapists
Natalie  ~  Office Manger and Marketing 

Natalie serves as the Office manager of Marketing Representative for Therapeutic Touch of Health.  Her professional background is in Retail Management and Customer Service.  Having worked within the Retail Industry, Natalie assists Cindy with building her customer base and marketing Therapeutic Touch of Health within the medical massage community.  For Marketing issues please contact Natalie via the "Contact Us" Form on our home page.     


Yumie Nakayama - Principal Therapist (Town Clinic)  MAT 14144

Massage plays a vital role in Yumie's life. Given many opportunities, she massaged her parents as a kid, volleyball teammates in high school, her boss at a Canadian restaurant and after she graduated from college in Hawaii. Specializing in therapeutic massage. Yumie believes in the body's natural ability to heal itself can be accomplished through deep tissue massage, trigger point work, Thai youga massage, myofascial work, and joint manipulation. She likes hiking and researching new massage methods. 
Jessica Teves - Principal Therapist  (Aiea Clinic)  MAT 14437

Jessica got into massage therapy because of her sports related injuries. She was inspired by the Massage Therapist who worked on her. Getting her license from Hawaii School of Professional Massage. She is passionate about helping people break their plateaus in rehabilitation, so they may have a better quality of life. In her free time, Jessica enjoys reading about massage therapy, listening to music, PS# games, watercolor painting, weightlifting and spending time with family and friends.
Chutima Kaeo (NU) (Town clinic) MAT 15214

NU has beeing in massage for over 5 decades. She got her initial training from the nuns at the Buddist Temple in Thairland and at the early age of 12 started massaging her family as needed the income. She continued her training at the Hawaii Healing Arts. In her spare time she is passionate about working out at the Honolulu Club or going to the temple to pray.