Mahrheahnnah Ostroth is a Massage Therapist and Foot Reflexologist at the Center for Integrative Medicine.
Although her parents claimed she began practicing massage at 3 years old relieving headaches, Mahrheahnnah has been in professional practice since 1984. Her interest in and practice of Foot Reflexology spans almost 4 decades.
Mahrheahnnah received her Massage Therapy education from the New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts in Hudson, NH. Her Reflexology training, through the International Institute of Reflexology, is in the original Ingham Method. She is a graduate of Boston’s Girls’ Latin School, and Northeastern University with a B.A. in history and modern languages. Mahrheahnnah also completed Suffolk University’s teaching certification program.
For the last 25 years, Mahrheahnnah has worked with people of all ages and in all states of health. Clinical work has been part of her practice since 1989, although Mahrheahnnah has also created programs and practiced in a hotel, 2 health clubs, 2 salons, and 2 spas.
In addition to Foot Reflexology, Mahrheahnnah works with a variety of massage techniques; Swedish, Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, and Circulatory Massage. It is her intention that her clients’ massage experience is infused with warmth, compassion, respect, healing, and a deeper sense of peace and self-awareness.
Mahrheahnnah lives happily with her husband Daniel and their golden retriever Forrest. Her three adult children all live on the west coast so traveling is one of her major hobbies. She also loves organic gardening, walking, hiking, singing with The Songweavers, sewing and dancing. Mahrheahnnah and Dan also are deeply committed to their long time meditation path.
Mahrheahnnah’s love of dance led her to become a teacher of the Nia Technique (a dance based fitness program), in 2005. She currently teaches Nia classes at the Center for Health Promotion.