Molly Steiner, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Practicing Since 2007
Molly has been a practicing Massage Therapist for 15 years, but that’s not the only relevant experience she is bringing to A Compassionate Hart.
She has an athletic background: she’s done gymnastics, bodybuilding, and powerlifting. ((whoa)) She also coached gymnastics, and so she understands the biomechanics of athletes from the inside out. If you’re looking for a thorough massage to recover from your workouts, she’s your therapist.
That understanding of biomechanics also extends into everyday life though, so you don’t need to be an athlete to benefit from her skills.
Molly loves being a Massage Therapist and looks forward to connecting to new clients.
As a Gemini, Molly brings a natural inclination to “investigate and figure out” to the massage table, and her adaptability helps her to meet whatever challenge is presented. As an air sign, she loves long conversations (but don’t be worried – you can tell her if you need some quiet during your session!). Geminis are often teachers, and as you can tell from her bio, Molly is teaching as much as she is learning no matter what she’s doing.
70’s and 80’s rock
Reggae on summer days
Garth Brooks, “Ask Me How I Know”
Kenny Chesney, “American Kids”
Greatful Dead, “Fire On The Mountain”
Rolling Stone’s, “Can’t Always Get What You Want”
“This element makes total sense to me! I enjoy being outside as much as possible. Between gardening, boating, walking, motorcycle riding with my husband, or just sitting by the fire, this describes me! I am constantly moving! And constantly curious!”
Get to know Molly 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?
“If I could have dinner with any three people, dead or alive, I would have to choose my grandmother Gretch. She passed away over 12 years ago. I would love to just sit in her presence again. She was the sweetest, kindest, most gentle woman I have ever known. She never spoke badly about one soul and was always smiling no matter how tough times were. I miss her very much.
Person #2 would have to be Betty White. I love her wit and humor, and she would be fascinating to have lunch with. RIP. Person #3 I would love to return to Spain to have lunch with my cousin Jennifer. We grew up together and have always remained in touch. To get a hug and spend time with her again would be a dream come true again!! I miss her terribly.”
If you could not be a massage therapist, what other job do you have DAY DREAMS of doing?
“If I wasn’t a massage therapist, my dream job would be navigating newly hatched turtles into the ocean!! ((Lol)) But seriously, how cool would that be?”