Owner / Therapist
Asenath Avinash knows massage! She practiced massage therapy for many years before opening WorkWell Austin in 2010 and has been a mentor, client and avid fan of some of Austin’s most wildly talented and knowledgeable therapists. Her love of people, community building and entrepreneurship, have helped her bring those therapists together at WorkWell Austin. A life-long creative, Asenath and WorkWell Austin especially support and promote Austin’s artists, actors and musicians. Outside of work, Asenath is deeply dedicated to her Buddhist practice, her son and to living a life that promotes peace and happiness for all people. Asenath loves to play music, write songs, enjoy nature, practice permaculture and wax philosophical in her blog posts for WorkWell Austin.
TherapistKevin Graef has been practicing Massage since 2010. He graduated from The Lauterstein~Conway Massage School’s (TLC) 500 hour program, in Nov. 2010, and attended their Advanced Program in 2012. He has practiced through privately owned small businesses and, as well as practicing at WorkWell, teaches the 500 hour program and several workshops at TLC. His main areas of expertise are Body Mobilization and Deep Tissue. He tries to blend work that opens and renews tissues with work that feels good and relaxes his clients. Outside of Massage, he enjoys being outside immensely. He loves birds, especially hawks and owls (but all birds are cool!) He likes to hike, run, swim and go to the gym. Additionally, he fixes cars in his spare time and is always reading massage books to expand his work.
TherapistMatthew Satterfield has been practicing Massage since 2016 and has worked at both Massage Envy and WorkWell in Austin. His main area of expertise is delivering a relaxing, soothing deep swedish massage in order to help people work out the physical tension that comes from everyday stress. Outside of massage, he enjoys singing, acting, dancing, needlework, crafting, puzzles of all kinds and his interests include Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian massage modality), nutrition, kinesiology, spirituality and authenticity.
TherapistRenee Cahill has been practicing massage since 2000 and has been practicing specifically in Austin since 2014. She has practiced in Hotel Spas, Events, Massage Clinics and has experience with private practice in her own home and out calls. Her main areas of expertise are Ashiatsu, Orthopedic, Ashi-Thai and Traditional Thai Massage. She also practices Swedish, Deep Tissue, Massage for Childbearing Year (pre-, post- and labor support), AromaTouch Technique, Myofascial Release, Shiatsu and Foot Reflexology. Outside of Massage, she loves to swing dance, knit, read, travel, hike and do Jazzercise.
TherapistCaroline Palumbo has been practicing Massage since 2015. She began her journey doing chair massage and table work at a spa, but you can now find her at WorkWell and growing her private practice, including chair massage for events and small businesses in Austin. Her main areas of expertise are Deep Tissue, Reiki and Craniosacral Therapy. She, herself, receives a lot of bodywork and believes strongly in the power of self-care. Outside of massage and energy work, she loves to swim at Barton Springs, paint and cook – she makes a mean risotto!
TherapistVeronica Sosa has been practicing massage since 2000. She has practiced in physical therapy clinics, sporting events, office and workplace events, spas and makes out calls. Her main area of expertise is Therapeutic massage including Trigger Point, Myoskeletal Alignment, Myofascial Release and Sports Massage. Outside of massage, she loves being outdoors and is an ultra distance marathon canoe racer. She also enjoys stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, white water rafting, golf and stays active by trail running and doing cross fit. She enjoys helping people stay active and fit through massage. She has four children and a beautiful baby granddaughter, whom she loves dearly.
TherapistErica Hnilo has been practicing massage for two years. She has practiced massage in chiropractic offices and college campuses throughout San Antonio, but she makes the commute to Austin because WorkWell is her home. Her main areas of expertise are ashiatsu, deep pressure, thai, and orthopedic massage. Outside of massage therapy she is an avid yogi and weight lifter and is working towards her 500 CYT — Certification in Yoga Therapy, a 500 hour yoga training. She is currently going to school to be a Physical Therapist Assistant.
TherapistNatalia Macias has been practicing massage therapy and healing modalities for 10 years as of February 2017 and she’s also been a yoga instructor for the last 5 years. She has mostly worked in integrative wellness centers, like WorkWell, but has also worked in chiropractic settings, medical/doctors offices, as well as international retreats and spas. Her main area of expertise is deep tissue and sports massage. As a former dancer and yoga teacher, ergonomic movement has been at the forefront of her attraction to this work. As she’s evolved as a therapist and healer over the years, she is enjoying integrating a more subtle and energetic approach into her deep work. She loves to travel and enjoys working with children — teaching them Spanish and French in an alternative education setting. She is learning how to play the ukulele, and is a huge fan of seeing live music!
TherapistDavid Taylor has been practicing acupuncture and herbal medicine since 2013. He practicied out of his home for a couple of years before moving to practicing at WorkWell in 2016. The conditions he treats most commonly include pain, anxiety and depression. His specialty is treating issues of the psyche, from general malaise and panic attacks to creativity and purpose. He incorporates guided meditations to help clients reflect on issues that are most important to them. Outside of acupuncture, he enjoys cooking for friends and family. As an herbalist, he’ll always have a special place in his heart for plants, and he’s gardened at home for several seasons and volunteers at local organic farms.
TherapistSara Bergeson has been practicing massage since 2010. She loves massage therapy and also practices and deeply resonates with Energetic Medicine, which addresses the patterns that have been established in the non-physical levels of our being, patterns who’s effects manifest now on our physical being. She believes in our Divinity, it’s intelligence, and the body’s natural ability to heal itself and alleviate any pain it is experiencing. Her role as your therapist is to bring you into a state of allowing this healing to occur. She uses broad, firm, flowing pressure overall. For problematic areas, she incorporates a much slower, deeper compression, along with many other massage therapy techniques geared to achieve release of holding patterns. She also actively practices Reiki and offers sessions at WorkWell. “Thank You for complimenting your life with the healing I intend to help facilitate.” ~Sara
Maggie Rounsavall has been practicing massage since 2006 and has had an interest in healing arts her entire life. She’s practiced in spas, chiropractic offices, has taught as a private massage and polarity therapy practitioner. Her main areas of expertise are Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point and Craniosacral Therapy. She studied at the Polarity Realization Institution/Spa Tech Institution in Maine. She has a certification in strength training and Craniosacral Therapy. Maggie enjoys continuing to study and learn. Polarity Therapy was partly developed using Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine and the knowledge is endless like looking into the universe.
TherapistSamantha Saladino has been practicing Massage since 2003 and yoga since 1993. She has practiced in spas, chiropractic offices and taught. She is an international anatomy, kinesiology and massage technique teacher. She trains yoga teachers and teaches public and private yoga classes as well. Her main areas of expertise are deep tissue, trigger point therapy, sports massage, myofascial release, injury recovery and prevention and alignment based Hatha yoga. Outside of Massage and Yoga, Sam loves music, her children, Jewish Studies, building community and gardening.
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