Opening Hours

Mon - Fri: 9AM - 7PM

Lisa Tomasik

Owner, Massage Therapist

I opened Elemental Massage Therapy in 2015 after finishing my training at Massage Wellness Institute and Center in ST Albans VT. I have been so grateful for the community that surrounds me and trust my hands to support their well being.

I have been a crossfit athlete for 10 years. I have a fun energetic boy named Miles. My family recently bought a house in Charlotte Vt. I grew up on a farm and fell in love with horses at the age of 8.

I believe in the power of touch and know the difference it can make in a persons life. I continue to learn and experience the value of bodywork. I work with a lot of athletes looking for maintenance as well as recovery work. I enjoy energy work and usually customize each session to accommodate what the client needs and wants.

I am certified in Thai, Phenomenal Touch, Shiatsu, Reiki, Hot Stone, Swedish, Deep Tissue, cupping, and Prenatal.

Brittany Sweet

Brittany is an Asian bodywork therapist and yoga instructor born and raised in Vermont. She has a deep passion for healing and has studied extensively how massage therapy and yoga can play an important supporting role in the healing process for PTSD, and other mental health conditions. Brittany spends most of her free time exploring the outdoors with her two children and dogs.  

​Brittany has completed a 625 hour Asian Bodywork course at Elements of Healing in Vermont, as well as  200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Vermont.  

​She is trained in a number of bodywork modalities such as, Amma therapy, Shiatsu massage, acupressure, Gua Sha, pediatric massage, moxibustion, and cupping therapy and combines any number of these techniques in a treatment based on your needs.   

​Brittany has been practicing yoga regularly since her early teen years. Her yoga practice and teaching is primarily Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Restorative, and breath work and enjoys working one on one as well as leading group classes.  

Nancey Cohen

Nancey first studied massage at Port Townsend School of Massage.  She is skilled in a wide range of modalities including Swedish relaxation, tension relief, fascial release, deep tissue, clinical treatment,  passive-active assisted stretching, static-dynamic Chinese non-fire cupping, gua sha and therapeutic touch.  Nancey is also a yoga instructor with a special interest in Yin yoga, a gentle but powerful practice that focuses on stretching the connective tissue + fascial layers of the spine, pelvis and hips.  

Nancey is intuitive, knowledgeable and nurturing. She sees each relationship as a partnership and works to ensure her clients’ specific needs are met to the best of her ability.  Her commitment to continued studies in anatomy, yoga and massage make for a unique experience. She’s a great listener, excellent communicator and enters each session with an open and curious mind.  Because of this approach, sessions with Nancey take on a life of their own and are rarely the same.