Our Staff

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Mary Holstein

Founder & CEO, Mary Holstein, conceived the idea of the business six years ago.  She has been a licensed massage therapist for fourteen years.  Mary graduated from the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts in Norcross, Georgia.

Mary has worked in day spas, chiropractic offices & hotel spas in the Atlanta area.  After two years working in the Hawaiian Islands on a cruise ship, Mary returned to Atlanta. She now lives and works in Savannah, Georgia.

Mary’s clients commented that life gets busy and they don’t have time to get to the spa.  This lead to the idea of a more convenient massage service delivered to them.  On-demand massage service is the way to go!


Carlie Hight

Carlie has been a licensed massage therapist and esthetician for approximately 10 years. She graduated in Florida then traveled to the west coast to study professional dancing, yoga, and a variety of different holistic healing modalities.   Acupressure, Reflexology, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, deep tissue, prenatal massage, and relieving sciatic nerve pain are the main techniques that she utilizes at Thompson Chiropractic.

Carlie is passionate about helping people find inner peace as well as teach them the skills to maintain a healthy mind, body and joyful spirit.  Her positive energy, compassionate heart and love for healing inspire her to share her gifts with the world around her.


Anna Lee

Meet your massage therapist, Anna Lee HeidtHarris!  Anna studied Therapeutic Massage at Virginia College and graduated in March 2016 with the completion of 900 hours, a 4.0 GPA, and a certificate in Therapeutic Massage. 

Anna has a passion for all things body... specifically anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, deep tissue, healthy living, athletic activities, and nutrition.