Amy Zampella – Heartline Massage Therapy

Nicole Chamberlain, LMT – ABQ Bodywork

Kirk Sugars, LMT

Carolyn Genet Martin, LMT, CMTPT, NKT®


Amy C. Zampella, LMT #2970

Heartline Massage Therapy


Amy is the owner of Heartline Wellness Center, and a national certified practitioner with over 19 years experience as a massage therapist. Originally trained in environmental science at Rutgers University, she spent 8 years in the hazardous waste consulting business. She realized the dream of a more fulfilling career when she moved to New Mexico to attend Crystal Mountain Massage School in 1997. Amy’s practice focuses on swedish, neuromuscular therapy (NMT), orthopedic massage, deep tissue, sports, and pregnancy massage. Amy also blends elements of reflexology, polarity, and myofascial release into her treatments when appropriate. She brings a tremendous amount of love and compassion to her work and is honored to be in this profession. Custom blended aromatherapy massage is available at no extra charge using 100% pure essential oils. Organic and natural massage oil and cream are used in the treatments.

Continuing Education includes Neuromuscular Therapy with Judith Delany and Paul St. John, medical massage for cervical strain, Repetitive Use Injury Therapy™ with Micheal Young, Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques™ with Erik Dalton, sports massage with Samuel Blechman, and deep tissue massage. Other advanced training includes orthopedic massage and Active Isolated Stretching with Ben Benjamin, forearm, wrist & elbow massage with Ralph Stephens, and Neurostructural Integration Technique. In 2010, Amy studied Aston Kinetics with longtime movement teacher Judith Aston in the class Aston Bodyworks I. In 2011 Amy completed continuing education in myofascial release at UNM School of Medicine, and orthopedic massage courses with Whitney Lowe and James Waslaski.  For migraine sufferers, try Cold Stone Therapy for Migraines.  Amy has many years experience in treating personal injury (car accident) cases, and has worked closely with chiropractors in the community. Amy also has training in Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), the Aaron Mattes Method, taken with Ben Benjamin and David Lang.   Amy completed an 8-hour oncology massage class with Lauren Muser Cates in 2014  She has also taken courses with Susan Salvo in Business & Marketing and Ethics. Amy is currently studying Precision Neuromuscular Therapy with Doug Nelson, and Myofascial with Til Luchau. Her latest CE course completed is Neural Manipulation (NM) 1, Trauma with Jean Pierre Barral and intends to follow up with NM 2, Peripheral Nerves.

After working with pregnant women for many years, Amy felt it was time for some advanced training. She completed Kate Jordan’s Bodywork for the Childbearing Year in October 2003. As a certified pregnancy massage therapist, Amy has increased her knowledge and skills to effectively treat the common muscular dysfunctions of the pregnant woman’s body.

Amy has been involved with the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), serving on the New Mexico chapter’s board from 2003-2005, and former chair of the Communications Committee. She is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), serving as President of the NM Chapter from 2014-2017, and a board member from 2000-2014. Amy is currently serving on the Board of Directors of her alma mater, Crystal Mountain Institute.  Amy is Board Certified, the highest professional credential for a massage therapist, by the National Certification for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCTMB).  Amy’s other passions include natural health and nutrition, music, cooking, cycling, and yoga.

Massage – swedish, neuromuscular therapy/orthopedic massage, deep tissue, myofascial, sports, pregnancy,
30 mins-$40
60 mins-$75
90 mins-$107

Active Isolated Stretching:
30 mins-$35
60 mins-$65

Cold Stone Therapy for Migraines:
45 mins-$60
60 mins-$85 (includes 15 mins upper body massage)
90 mins-$120 (45 mins massage, 45 mins migraine treatment)

Prices include essential oils, hot/cold therapy, topical pain relievers; and are subject to tax. Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury Cases accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Regular Hours:
Monday 12 noon to 7 pm*
Tuesday 11:30 am to 5:30 pm*
Wednesday 7:30 am to 1:30 pm*
Thursday 10 am to 7:00 pm*
Friday 8 am to 4:00 pm*

*Last appointment time
Make an Online Appointment
You can also Email Amy for an appointment, or call 505.255.2203   Visit Heartline Massage Therapy for more detailed information about my practice.

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Nicole Chamberlain, LMTimg544ff615d21a34 - Version 2 #7736
ABQ Bodywork


I’ve had a passion for natural therapeutic treatments after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia in the early 90’s. I was a Regional Manager for a major Pharmaceutical Company who informed me that fibromyalgia wasn’t a real diagnosis. This was my first “hint” that I might need to look for non-traditional healing modalities. I started receiving therapeutic bodywork by well trained professionals, contributing to my healing process. I continue regular massage today as an important element of my well being.

I feel fortunate to work with clients who are searching for ways to reduce their pain and improve their overall health and wellness.

I offer therapeutic treatments which include Pain Management including auto accidents, Swedish massage, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, Cranial Sacral, Core Synchronism, Cancer Massage, and more. I’m an avid student, and clients are often surprised with the variety of techniques incorporated into their treatments.
I feel that it’s an honor to work with clients and expect to offer high quality treatments. Additionally, stretches or other tips may be offered to try between treatments.

I do accept auto accident clients with Med Pay Insurance.


Swedish, deep tissue, cranio-sacral therapy, core-synchronism, basic oncology massage, aromatherapy

30 mins-$40
60 mins-$75
90 mins-$95

Hours by Appointment

Nicole is also trained in Colon Hydrotherapy – inquire about appointments off-site.

Book Online at ABQ Bodywork. You may also call 505.280-5944 (mobile), or Email Nicole.

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Carolyn Genet Martin  – Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist, CMTPT, NKT3®, LMT #2513

(575) 770-1907

Carolyn’s journey of self-awareness and healing inspired her to attend the Scherer Institute of Natural Healing in 1995.  Further studies with the Upledger Institute in Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Manual Lymphatic Drainage have enhanced her intuitive bodywork.  In addition to the lighter modalities, Carolyn is adept at utilizing deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy to address underlying conditions, patterns, and pain.  She is in ongoing training with Dr. Lucy Whyte Ferguson, DC and Victoria Magown, CMTPT both of who are renowned for pain management, and are students of Dr Janet Travell.  In June of 2011 Carolyn was nationally certified as a Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist.

Carolyn’s work as a ski instructor at Taos Ski Valley since 1991 has helped her to be sensitive to the needs of the athlete.  She was chosen as one of the nation’s top 100 ski instructors of the 2003 ski season by Ski Magazine.  Her BA in Spanish has aided her  throughout all her career fields. As a complete believer in integrative holistic health care; Carolyn is passionate about helping others by sharing useful resources, self-care techniques, and nutritional  awareness.  She feels blessed to have lived in Taos with two intertwined career  choices that both inspire and support her.  She now hopes to expand her practice and learning experiences into the Albuquerque area.

Carolyn has been nationally certified since 1996 and is currently studying Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT).  She is certified in Level 3 of NKT.

Neurokinetic Therapy,  Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, Cranio-Sacral, lymphatic techniques
30 mins-$45
60 mins-$90
90 mins-$110

Prices are subject to tax and include use of essential oils, magnesium therapy, cold laser therapy.

Regular Hours:
Monday,  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday by appointment

Call  (575) 770-1907 or email Carolyn for an appointment.

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Kirk Sugars, LMT #6331



Kirk Sugars has been practicing massage therapy in Albuquerque since 2009. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Kirk has lived in Albuquerque since 1992. After a 15-year career managing information technology for a regional bank he decided to make a major shift to allow more time for his many passions: chess, music, philosophy, Tai Chi Chuan, among others. He entered Crystal Mountain School of Therapeutic Massage in 2008.

While Kirk’s style of massage therapy is integrative and intuitive, clients often comment on the precision with which he addresses specific muscles and complaints. Working with the client to develop a treatment plan that addresses their goals and assures their comfort, each session will be unique. Primary modalities are “deep” Swedish, Neuromuscular Technique (to address trigger points and knots), deep tissue work to mobilize fascia and restore natural “at rest” positioning of soft tissues. Some clients come to Kirk specifically for work on their feet. “While I rely on doctors to make diagnoses, I am surprised at how often symptoms that present as carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, sciatica or peripheral neuropathy can be  alleviated by addressing soft tissue impairment of the free movement of nerves and muscles,” Kirk says. “My skill with ‘energy’ flow — particularly Tai Chi and Chi Kung, as well as Reiki — infuses all my work with warmth.” Kirk has been a professional member of The American Massage Therapy Association since 2009.

Swedish, Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, Cranial/Sacral, Reiki:
30 mins-$40
60 mins-$70
90 mins-$99

120 mins-128

For simplicity, all fees include tax and “tip.” He is happy to discuss concerns and goals prior to the first appointment.

Regular Hours:
Monday to Friday afternoon/evening by appointment
Saturday & Sundays by appointment

Call 505.514.5339 (mobile) or email Kirk for an appointment. Also visit Kirk’s website to book online – click the Book Now button.


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