About Us

Jakki Covington, Owner
Specialties: Headache & Sinus Relief, Facelift Massage

I moved to Blacksburg to attend Virginia Tech in 1987. I been here since then with the exception of living in Nashville for a year, because it is quiet, affordable, and just as beautiful here as anywhere else I've been. I enjoy doing landscape photography in my free time, and I find that this, and the healing arts, are therapeutic in different ways.  As long as I'm doing something I love and feel is worthwhile, the tools I use to manage my stress have a better chance of staying intact.

I enjoy helping people to be active participants in their own health care.  If it is clear when and why we need treatment, and we draw from the best sources, and we want to truly commit to taking better care of ourselves, then it is easier to be inspired by the idea of achieving optimal health.We can then do it because we want to, and because we have to. Implementing lifestyle changes to help us take charge of our health will occur only if we're informed, motivated, and have the right support. It is our goal to help us learn the best ways in which to care for your stress.  We look forward to meeting you!

Take Care of Your Health!

Mary Kennon Whittle, C.M.T.
Specialties: Stress Reduction Massage, Facelift Massage, Geriatric Massage, Pediatric Massage
Mary Kennon graduated from the Bellevue Massage School in Bellevue, WA in August of 2008. After school, she returned to the Blacksburg area and has worked with eucalyptus massage therapy since its opening in 2009. Mary Kennon's goal is to educate about the benefits of massage therapy and to make a difference in the life of each client. She believes massage is an essential part of a holistic approach to health. She specializes in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage modalities, with a focus on relaxation and stress relief.

Heather Toth, C.M.T.

Anne Porterfield, C.M.T., C.L.T.
Specialties: Deep Tissue, Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Anne has lived in the New River Valley since 1977. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga and a recent recipient of Certification in Lymphatic Therapy. She and her husband live in Giles County, where they enjoy the outdoors, gardening, target shooting, and their three Springer Spaniels. Anne specializes in deep tissue massage, sports massage, manual lymphatic drainage, compression bandaging, and reflexology. Her goal is to help her clients find healing through massage.

Heather Toth, C.M.T., L.M.T.
Specialties: Deep Tissue, Stress Relief, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, and Sports Massage
Heather grew up in Northern Virginia with a dream of becoming a professional dancer. After two years of college at a prestigious university for the performing arts, she joined a professional contemporary dance company in New York City. After three years of performing, she decided to retire and attend massage therapy school. She graduated with honors from Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York. With her knowledge of body movement, pain, and over 1,200 hours of education and hands on experience, she brings empathy to a wide variety of clients. She has performed Sports Massage on the athletes at the New York City Triathlon, and she has worked with people in hospitals suffering from diseases such as stroke and Alzheimer’s. She specializes in deep tissue massage. Her goal is to manipulate the muscles and fascia to regain proper alignment of the body and help her clients become mindful of their posture and habits to decrease pain and discomfort.  

 Ann Dye, C.M.T

BreAnna Martin
Specialties: Sound and Vibrational Therapy using Tibetan Singing Bowls, Tuning Forks, Gong, Voice and Reiki

BreAnna is a classically trained soprano from Christiansburg, VA. She earned her B.A. in Music from Roanoke College in 2004 and her M.A. in Music with a concentration in Vocal Performance from Radford University in 2006. She has always had a great interest in the healing arts and planned to become a doctor at a very young age, but she decided to pursue her love of music instead. During a trip to Boulder, Colorado, she had her first encounter with Tibetan Singing Bowls and knew she had found a great marriage of her two loves, music and healing. She offers singing bowl and tuning fork sessions for clearing and balancing the chakras, anxiety lifting, and pain relief.