Our mission is to provide the best massage and bodywork treatments designed to enhance all levels of athletic performance. Whether you are a world class athlete, weekend warrior or in need of letting go of your busy life stresses, the talented massage therapists of the Stratton Training and Fitness Center (STFC) will help you reach your goals.
For reservations, call 802-297-4230.
Monday - Thursday (non-holiday) receive 25% off your Training & Fitness Center massage!
Swedish - Focuses on both physical and mental relaxation while increasing circulation and reducing stress.
Deep Tissue - Targets acute tension areas in the body, focusing on easing pain and tension, this is great for after a day on the slopes or a fitness class.
Sports - A combination of massage and stretching techniques to increase flexibility and prevent workout and competition injuries. Also eliminates muscle soreness and aid in recovery.
Prenatal - An adaption of Swedish massage techniques, for the safety of mother and child, this massage focuses on the special needs and tensions that occur during pregnancy.
Cranial Sacral Therapy - Gentle manipulation of the cerebral spinal fluid that creates deep relaxation, it can be done fully clothed or added onto other massages and is a safe alternative to a pregnancy or therapeutic massage.
Please note that all minors (ages under 16) receiving massage services must be accompanied by an adult during treatment.
Additional spa services are available at the Village Day Spa. Get body treatments, nail services, facials and more.
|Massage Type||25 Minute||50 Minute||75 Minute||90 Minute|
|Cranial Sacral Therapy||$85||$135|
Patrice Johnsen Fortier
Patrice Johnsen Fortier has been in the field of therapeutic massage since 2000, Licensed in NH and Nationally Certified Massage Therapist since 2002. Patrice joined the Stratton team of massage therapist in 2010 at the Training and Fitness Center. She is a Reiki Master and has advanced training in Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Structural Integration, Deep Tissue Massage, Pre-natal/Post-natal Massage, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Neuromuscular Therapy.
Patrice will customize your massage to suit your needs.
Katherine Cummings RN, LMT
Having worked as a nurse for 30 years in acute care, home health and hospice, and a primary care physician priactice3, I had the desire for several years to work more closely with clients relieving their pain, discomfort and dysfunction. I was able to accomplish this a few years ago. I now hold a Certificate in Massage Therapy from the New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts. I’m licensed in the state of New Hampshire and am national certified.
Upon my graduation from NHIRA, I was asked to instruct classes in anatomy and physiology which I did for a semester before moving to Vermont. I have been at Stratton Mountain for a year now.
I have been trained in Swedish, deep tissue/sports, neuromuscular, lymphatic, circulatory, reflexology and other techniques such as resistive range of motion, strain/counter-strain and trigger point.
Along with relieving discomfort, dysfunction and stress my challenge as a licensed massage therapist is to educate clients about the importance of massage and it’s benefits in helping to maintain and improve general health and well-being.
I have been a massage therapist since 1996. I am a graduate of the Fingers Lakes School of Massage Therapy. I have studied multiple modalties including; deep tissue, trigger point, Swedish, connective tissue therapy, neuromuscular, reflexology, passive resistance stretching, infant massage, pregnancy massage, elderly massage, hydro therapy, cryotherapy, reflexology, shiatsu, kinesthetic awareness movement, Reki, energy palpation, polarity and sports massage. My technique is called integrated massage and has evolved over the years. My specialty is integrated deep tissue massage.
I have taught massage therapy in Saint Lucia and have also taught intro to massage here in Vermont. I am a former competitive snowboarder and I've coached snowboarding since 1998. I enjoying working with athletes as a coach and also as a massage therapist. I look forward to many more years as a massage therapist and the opportunity to have a positive impact on my clients and their overall well-being.