Learn a little about our Healing Hands Massage & Bodywork family
Deandra has been a licensed medical massage therapist since 2009, and practices full time in Greensboro, NC. However Deandra's passion for touch started as a child. Growing up in a large family and the eldest of four, Deandra has always been surrounded by a loving supportive family. Touch, whether a warm embrace or back rub, was a common theme growing up. From a young age Deandra knew she would do something to help others and facilitate healing.
With a background in Health and Human Performance Deandra went on to receive a degree in medical massage therapy from Florida College of Natural Health where she received an outstanding education and deepened her passion for touch therapy.
Since becoming licensed in 2009, Deandra has gone on to become trained and or certified in an extensive variety of massage techniques. Most notably, would be her Pediatric Certification. Deandra has been personally trained by the world renowned Tina Allen, the founder and director of internationally recognized, Liddle Kidz Foundation. Along side pediatric massage, Deandra specializes in integrative medical massage, sports massage and prenatal massage along with a host of other modalities.
Deandra loves to take her passion and enthusiasm for massage out into the world as well! You can often find her out and about volunteering at events for post-race massage with The Triad Triathlon Team and races such as Ride for Hospice or one of her most recent adventures, Race Across America. Along with the Triad Triathlon Team, Deandra also works with Team Tri for Hospice.
Some of Deandra’s hobbies include spending time with her husband and little boy as well as getting outside for hikes or even just working in her gardens.
Please feel free to contact Deandra with any questions or appointment requests.
*Please Note* we refer out to Kathleen to book please use the email provided at the end of her bio
Kathleen Little is originally from Chicago but has called Greensboro her home for the past 37 years. She is married and has three children and two grandchildren.
Kathleen has worked at Dun & Bradstreet…. Was a Realtor for 13 years and worked for a local dentist for 10 years.
After the tragic loss of her son, Matthew in January 2014, her passion for “energy work” was ignited. Through loss and grief, Kathleen has come out on the other side and experienced incredible growth. She is dedicated to her practice and believes with all her heart that this is exactly where she was always meant to be.
A Reiki Practitioner with Advanced Reiki Techniques and Reflexology Certification, she has studied with Tucker Campbell of the Nurturing Turtle Healing Center and Patricia Dawkins Tadlock at QuietMyst Wholistic Ministries. She is a student of Healing Touch and at the end of January 2016 she will have completed Levels 1 through 4. Kathleen plans to continue her education in healing energy work so she can offer her clients relaxation, stress reduction and feelings of peace and well-being.
Kathleen has always incorporated helping others into her life. She has done volunteer work for Alight at the Cancer Center in Greensboro. Served on the Board of the Salvation Army where she
organized “The Flood of Toys” for three consecutive years, to raise money and collect Christmas gifts for children who were victims of Hurricane Floyd. Kathleen also serves on the Hands for Hearts Board, a non-profit organization that was established in memory of her son, Matthew. H4H raises money for the CHF
(Children’s Heart Foundation). The funds raised are used to help fund research to benefit children with Congenital Heart Defects.
If you would like to experience the wonderful energy of Reiki and or Reflexology, email Kathleen to schedule your appointment at
Kayla Hines has been a licensed massage therapist since 2013, holding licenses in Arizona, Texas and North Carolina. Massage Therapy opened up a pathway for her to physically and emotionally help clients in a holistic manner. She quickly discovered her passion for medical massage and started her career in a Chiropractic practice. She quickly advanced in her career, moving into the hospital setting and establishing a massage program working along side physical therapists and orthopedics staff. It was here that Kayla tapped into her true calling. Kayla feels she can positively impact clients from all walks of life but enjoys working with active and veteran military, post-surgical patients, clients who have been impacted by auto-immune diseases and athletes.
Relocating to Texas and then North Carolina has challenged Kayla to rebuild her clientele, marketing her services and skill set to local physical therapy offices and college athletic programs.
Kayla has a very well balanced approach to massage, each session is goal oriented while the client will walk away feeling relief and a sense of calm.