Women's Soft Touch Massage, LLC.

Caroline is a native of Tampa, Florida, and Memphis, Tennessee. She has lived in Boothbay, Maine, with her husband for 17 years. She is an alumna of Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication and minor in Psychology, and later, an alumna of the DownEast School of Massage, Waldoboro, Maine, where she excelled as one of the top in her class with human life sciences and body work. Her years of experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant helped influence her pursuit of her formal massage therapy training. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Maine, certified in CPR and First Aid, and has additional training in Zero Balancing and CranioSacral techniques.

Her divinely inspired and guided art of healing relaxation is based on science, and is an eclectic blend of gentle, soft touch techniques that are uniquely tailored to each client's personal needs and preferences. Her favorite techniques are sedating, light, long and flowing strokes with smooth transitions, but also enjoys the power and peace found in still compression. Her compassionate intent is to lull her clients into the scientifically supported "Relaxation Response", by Dr. Herbert Benson, enabling the body and mind to activate it's innate capacity for healing and restoration. 


Caroline's therapeutic techniques are soft touch only, slow, soothing, rhythmic, light pressure. Clients take comfort in knowing that no rough or jostling techniques will be used. She welcomes women, teens, and children, to experience the transforming power of the gift of loving touch. Her life motto is "Pursue peace, gain wisdom and understanding, above all, love."


STILLWATER Women's Soft Touch Massage, LLC. is the culmination of a dream, much hard work, and is inspired by Caroline's closest relationships with God and family. She shares her love of life with her husband, 2 teenagers, 3 dogs and a crazy cat.


"...fill your minds with beauty and Truth. Meditate on whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is good, whatever is virtuous and praiseworthy."                                        Philippians 4:7