Staff Profiles

Steven Fleischer

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Steven has worked as a massage therapist since 1983.  While working independently in Philadelphia, PA for the first two years, he met his lovely wife Sheila. They started a family and relocated to Cape May County, NJ. Steven worked for the next 10 years doing massage and body work with chiropractors and with the casino industry in Atlantic City before starting his own practice in 1995, “Massage Works” in Cape May Court House.

Years of study in the healing arts, extensive anatomical knowledge, along with his intuitiveness and a caring nature helps Steven provide excellent services for people seeking a healthier, pain free lifestyle. He also encourages his clients to understand how their bodies move and function, promoting optimal health.

He is highly trained in Neuromuscular Therapy(known now as Neurosomatic Therapy), Deep Tissue Massage and Swedish Massage along with a 28 year “toolbag” of continued education in many other massage modalities.

Steven has been a member of the American Massage Therapy Association since 1985 and Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork since 1994.

Elizabeth MacCready

This year marks 28 years for Elizabeth MacCready as a Massage Therapist. She is currently Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Her background has been working as a medical assistant in a doctor’s office practice, Medical laboratory work and home care of terminally ill patients. Early in her massage career she spent 8 years working closely with two chiropractic physicians in a medical rehabilitation clinic.

As a Massage Therapist she integrates her work which includes CranioSacral Therapy and related Myofascial work, Swedish Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Foot Reflex work with warm stones and Relaxation Training. She has also had training and experience in working with rotator cuff problems.

You may make an appointment for a session at Massage Works in Cape May Court House on Tuesdays or Thursdays.

Jean Fitzpatrick

Jean Fitzpatrick fell in love with massage in 1994. She attended a 10 week course at a local vocational school in 1998 and then continued her certification process in 2000 at Seashore Healing Arts Massage School located in Somers Point, New Jersey. She has worked at Massage Works Wellness Center since 2001 and has taken additional classes throughout the years in Trigger Point Therapy, Polarity Energy Balancing, Myofascial Release Therapy, Aromatherapy, Reiki and others. Believing that mind, body and spirit are connected, Jean helps her clients to relax – maximizing the numerous known and, sometimes, unexpected healing properties of massage. Massage therapy is more a therapeutic means for healing rather than a luxury in Jean’s experience, and she continues to offer her clients a safe place to receive all the benefits of massage. Jean continues to take workshops and classes to refresh and bring new techniques to her clients.

Christine Meaney

Christine Meaney, MassageTherapist and practitioner of neurosomatic therapy, has over 20 years experience in Radiologic Technology and 15 years experience in massage therapy. She is a graduate of a 500 hour certification course from Seashore Healing Arts Center in 1998.  She shortly there after expanded her interest to help athletes and people who were disabled overcome chronic pain.  Having been taught techniques by Paul St. John himself, thought leader of pain treatment, she gained wonderful results with close family relatives and athletes alike. Her knowledge in visceral massage and the Bach Flower essences has also benefited many people from bowel dysfunction to anxiety relief. Her interest has now lead her into becoming a Reiki master. Treating the person as a whole (mind, body, and spirit) is a very effective way of resolving many issues.

Paul Edward Lewis, Acupuncturist

Director of Higher Path Healing, has been trained in the art of Classical Chinese Medicine at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland Oregon. His training is steeped in the classical approach:  the practitioner views the manifestation as a symbol of an underlying imbalance. Through the use of life and dietary counseling, acupuncture and herbs, Paul will assist you with the imbalance. Treating the root cause will allow the manifestation to resolve.  During the treatment session, Paul informs and thus empowers the individual allowing them to make healthy living decisions.  Your understanding of your imbalance is as powerful as the treatment itself. With a positive attitude and open mind any imbalance can be rectified. Paul has held a license in Acupuncture from the state of NJ since graduation in 2005. His practice focuses on digestive disorders, women’s health, fertility, and all types of pain. Paul is currently working in Vineland and Cape May Court House NJ. He is available by appointment, and is looking forward to helping you with any and every health related concern.  Please call 856-285-4788 to see how Higher Path Healing can help you!

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