My name is Nathalie Serrano-Feliz and I am a born and raised New Yorker. My journey to becoming a licensed massage therapist was more of a switchback than a straight road. I graduated from John Jay College in 2012 with a plan to focus on prison-reform. When I realized the limitations to trying to create reform within a broken system, I switched gears towards activism as a method to serve my community. In 2014, I became a doula, and discovered first-hand the impact that touch had on a laboring person. It greatly assisted in alleviating their stress and tension. I knew I wanted to dive deeper into the power of touch, and I decided to become a massage therapist.
Massage therapy requires verbal and non-verbal communication to create a more rewarding exchange, and I make it my duty to listen carefully. I tap into my own wisdom and intuition to serve my clients with a mix of modalities and techniques that will assist them in finding balance within themselves. I continue to push to be an agent of change in my community, reminding others that self-care should be considered a right, not a privilege. It is our duty to take care of ourselves, and each other, and I invite you to add my services as an integral part of your own self-care regimen.
Nathalie is a Licensed Massage Therapist, healing facilitator, doula, and activist. She holds BA in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice (2012), as well as an AS in Massage Therapy from the Swedish Institute (2019). Nathalie has also received her doula training certification from Ancient Song Doula Services (2014) located in Brooklyn, NY.