Roxanne Martinez learned the value of therapeutic touch at a very early age. Her mother was a very Spiritual person who taught her about homeopathic remedies, the importance of nutrition, self-care and healing. An Alumni of New York College for Wholistic Ed. & Research in Syosset. She became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2000. Roxanne has trained in additional techniques and modalities. 2020 becoming a Medicupping Massage Therapist, VacuTherapies Healthcare Practitioner. She continues to further enhance her knowledge & skills as a Therapist. She is committed to meeting and exceeding the standards of a professional therapist. For her, Trust & Communication are essential between giver and receiver to help bring the best results and promote well-being. She understands the importance of treating the body and how effective therapeutic touch is. She became a Health Coach(Health Coach Institute). Providing clients support, encouragement and the necessary tools to incorporate into their lifestyle. In 2017, she officially launched her business, Tranquil 2 Go (Massage & Wellness) a division of Roxymar Enterprise, Inc.
Roxanne is an everyday woman and professional who seeks to help others via massage profession, fitness & wellness related activities, dance and being involved in charitable causes/events. Known as a “social networking butterfly” she feels fortunate to take part in supporting and encouraging others. She is currently a member of the Mineola Chamber of Commerce & Westbury Kiwanis. Roxanne is involved in community events and projects.
A true pet lover, who believes in rescue adoption. She donates to Best Friends Animal Society and a local animal shelter Little Shelter in Huntington, where 2 pet dogs were adopted from. Roxanne enjoys meeting people, making connections, facilitating their own skills/talents, creativity, traveling and creating fun memories, be it for business and personal.
one-on-one training, group training, yoga, aromatherapy
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