Kristina Biggs, LMT
Low Back Specialist & Deep Tissue
Practicing Since 2014
Kristina graduated from Great Lakes Institute of Technology in February of 2014, and soon after, she joined the Compassionate Hart team, where she also helps with administrative work around the office.
Kristina enhanced her understanding of the musculoskeletal system by working in a chiropractor’s office. She brings that depth of understanding to her deep tissue work, during which she’s not afraid to really dig in! She uses here elbows, fists, and knuckles to access the deeper layers of muscle, so
be ready for an intense experience.
Because Kristina is a mother of 5 children, she also has a direct, real life understanding of the need for peace and relaxation, and she hopes she gives that to her clients.
Kristina is a US Navy Veteran and her interests include camping, hiking, reading, and gaining a deeper, spiritual understanding of her self.
“I am a Capricorn. I love my passion and willingness to go all in, and yet I struggle with depression so I struggle with completing things I start(or even starting sometimes) — pesky perfectionism, which I’m sure so many people can understand!”
“My newest passion is Christian music, specifically rock and newer styles, but also some of the old hymns.”
“I would say water because it’s nature is fluid and moving. It sustains life, and it is in EVERYTHING in all forms (solid, liquid, gas).”
Get to know Kristina even better…
If you could have dinner with any three people, dead or alive, who would they be and what would you talk about? Where and what would you be eating?
“Jesus, Papa, Aunt Maggie. In the mountains, eating Papa’s special breakfast (buttermilk pancakes,
bacon, sausage, eggs, grits, buttermilk biscuits), and we would talk about EVERYTHING, life and its
ups and downs, joy, sadness, and how to keep on moving forward when dinner is over.”
If you could not be a massage therapist, what other job do you have DAY DREAMS of doing?
“I have always wanted to be a therapist and help people in recovery. I would love to own and run a LARGE farm in Washington State(or North Carolina), specifically catering to alcoholics down on their luck needing a home and job. We would have horses, pigs, goats, cows, chickens, dogs and cats, and we would teach people how to live again.”