Nicole Trincia NCLMTOMBE
551 Boylston St., 4th Fl.
Boston, MA 02116http://www.ombecenter.com
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Nicole Trincia is a Massachusetts Licensed and Nationally Certified Massage Therapist who has been practicing in the Greater Boston area for over eleven years. She graduated from Healing Touch Institute in 2000, with certification in Holistic Massage Therapy. Her training includes Swedish, Esalen, Neuromuscular, Myofascial, Sports and Pregnancy Massage as well as Polarity, Aromatherapy, and yoga. As a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), Nicole has expanded her massage into an integrative style, customized to the unique needs of her clients. She incorporates Cranio Sacral, Thai Massage, Hot Stone, assisted stretching, and Feldenkrais techniques. In 2010, she successfully completed the First Degree of the Usui System of Reiki Healing.
Over the years of working in integrated wellness centers, spas and in private practice, Nicole has guided clients with intuition and compassion, out of restriction and pain, into more physically and emotionally productive living. Her clients range from professional athletes, musicians, children, the elderly, and those with repetitive stress injuries, systemic illness, special needs, and emotional stress.
Having earned a B.A. in Psychology from Wheaton College and a M.A. in Education from Lesley University, Nicole is personally fascinated with the mind-body connection. She is committed to identifying stress patterns and educating her clients on proper body mechanics, work habits, diet and exercise. Nicole has been practicing Forrest Yoga for eleven years and has studied Macrobiotics. She has played various sports since childhood, and has overcome repetitive stress injuries through the use of massage, yoga, and other integrated therapies without surgery. She delights in sharing what she has learned through massage and overall mind-body awareness with her clients, so that they may live a more balanced, vivacious, and joyful life!
What issues are best addressed by your practice?
General stress or anxiety, migraines and other headaches, TMJD and other jaw tension, repetitive stress injuries (work, sport, postural), muscle/bone degeneration (arthritis, osteoporosis) and regeneration (recovery from injury), prenatal discomforts, chronic neck and back pain, general imbalance (emotional and physical).
Refer clients who may have a condition beyond my scope of practice, or have not improved or at least felt better after several visits with me for massage.
What expectations should a patient or client have when coming to see you?
Clients should plan on arriving 15 minutes before their appointment to complete a health history form if they haven’t downloaded and completed one in advance, or simply to start transitioning into relaxation mode. Clients should bathe in advance, opposed to after massage. Heavy eating or consumption is discouraged right before massage. Together, we will identify challenges and goals at the start of the massage session, mutually check in during the massage, and I will provide homecare (stretching, body mechanics, diet and other self care) suggestions and future massage frequency at the end of the massage.
What does good health mean to you?
Emotional, physical and social balance. Includes balance in diet, exercise, relationships (personal and interpersonal), activities that bring pleasure and anything else someone deems critical to their life purpose and function.
What makes a practitioner good at what they do?
Being present, listening to clients, encouraging open communication, providing thoughtful feedback, and empowering clients to take an active role in their wellness. Most importantly, being passionate about what you do. I am what I do! I practice what I teach. I love the never-ending journey of learning about the mind-body connection and sharing what I learn with others so that we may learn and grow together!
Specialties (By Discipline)
- Neuromuscular Therapy
Average cost per session: $80 - $125
|Wheaton College||B.A. Psychology||1993|
|Healing Touch Institute||Certified Holistic Massage Therapy||2000|
|Lesley University||M. Education||2006|
- Years in Practice
- 11 Years
Nicole's Credentials VerifiedPending
LicenseMassachusettsExpired March 2012
CertificateFirst Degree of the Usui System of Reiki HealingReiki Healing Connection2010
CertificateNationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage & BodyworkNational Certificatoin Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork2000
CertificateABMP ProfessionalAssociated Bodywork & Massage Professionals2000
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Nicole Has the Touch of an Angel!
I have been seeing Nicole for massage therapy for many years. I recently visited her at OMBE, where the ambiance is very calm and soothing to the soul. The atmosphere, topped off with Nicole's ability to listen and understand what particular areas I need worked on, was a rewarding experience. I have osteoarthritis in my hands and knees, and chronic tension in my back and shoulders which often results in sciatic pain. She always knows how to apply just the right amount of pressure to loosen up the knots around my shoulder blades. My massage visits to Nicole help me to avoid taking medication, which I would otherwise have to rely on to manage my pain! I highly recommend Nicole as a massage therapist to anyone seeking a pleasurable escape from stress- either physical or emotional.