“Healing the whole person requires a talented team.”

Michelle Baker

Michelle has been working with the human body for over 25 years, utilizing modalities of eastern and western practice to help educate and facilitate the healing process for many physical, energetic, and neurologically based conditions. 

Starting in her early 20’s in therapeutic exercise, she specialized in neuromuscular conditions and began to recognize the emotional and energetic symptoms these conditions carried with them for her clients.  Michelle began researching these areas and how they affected the body as well as the brain. Incorporating soft tissue work and Polarity Therapy for energetic alignment, she realized that the body can be healed, but stressful circumstances take a toll on our brain and, in effect, also our behavior and emotional regulation.  To help the whole human, Neurofeedback was added to her practice.

Michelle is a graduate of Salem State College, a Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Personal Trainer, Board Certified Polarity Practitioner, and an Advanced Certified BrainCore Neurofeedback Practitioner. Michelle is currently working on her graduate degree at Harvard University and aspires to create a treatment program using her focused modalities for all levels of stress-driven challenges, while bridging the gap between alternative and conventional healing.

Paige has been a Massage Therapist for over 17 years, unless you ask her mother, who would tell you she has been practicing since she was 7!  Paige recognized that time is short and wanted to use her gifts to help people integrate balance in their lives by taking the time out to reconnect the body, mind, and spirit. Paige will happily join you on your wellness journey, lending a helping hand while you navigate your path to well-being.

Paige has always wanted to be a massage therapist for as long as she can remember, happily “treating” her older brother and sisters. Her continued education combined with her intuition makes Paige a very sought-after massage therapist.  She is determined in helping you reach your full potential either on the court or in court. Her sessions can be best described as an experience in healing and connection. 

If you are looking for a Massage Therapist who can help you with your recent injury recovery, performance, or strategy to achieve more calmness in your life please don’t hesitate to reach out!  You can reach Paige at bolsterbodywork@gmail.com or 617-872-9900.

Sarah Quinn

Sarah has developed her career working as a supplement buyer/retailer and educator in the natural foods industry for over 25 years, eventually becoming a dietitian nutritionist. Through her experience and expertise, Sarah looks for creative solutions to help clients live a healthy, balanced life. She dives deep into existing habits, focusing on natural answers to imbalances, while offering a wide range of tools to make the journey easier.  “Having our health is vital and we all play a much more active role than we think in achieving this for ourselves.” Sarah’s specialties include​ vegan and vegetarian nutrition, food allergies and intolerance, healthy cooking / meal planning, heart health, weight management, natural food, and supplements.To contact Sarah please call 603-682-4019.

At Moving Forward Counseling Services, we are committed to supporting all people where they are in life and helping them transition through difficult times of crisis or stress by building resilience and using healthier coping skills as a catalyst for positive change.

We welcome and support clients of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religious backgrounds, and people with disabilities. We have behavioral health providers with diverse approaches to treatment, who collaborate with you to create a treatment environment that feels most helpful to the goals you’re trying to achieve.

Just by looking; you are taking the first step in self-care. You are showing that you have the strength to seek support, even if it’s hard for you to do! Let us help you gain tools to manage life’s stressors in tolerable ways.

For questions or inquiries, please contact information@movingforwardcounseling.org