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Dear Future Clients & Friends, 


Thanks for taking an interest in Healing and Motion Therapeutic Massage!  I am very passionate about massage therapy and work with people who are looking to improve overall health, decrease musculoskeletal pain, or simply need a therapeutic, healing massage. I am dedicated to understanding your needs and spend time to build your treatment accordingly. I take pride in the quality of my massage and the level of care I devote to my clients.


It's important to work with an experienced and educated massage therapist to ensure you receive the best care. I consistently study evidence-based practices to address various musculoskeletal conditions. I have a Masters in Health Science with a concentration in Integrative Health & Wellness. I am a member of the Massage Therapy Foundation's Board of Trustees, American Massage Therapy Association New Jersey Chapter Delegate and have taught Massage Therapy, served as a trainer at a franchised massage studio and worked with the National Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. I am a Certified Infant Massage Educator and passionate about learning more about pediatric massage.


 If you have any questions about treatment, please don't hesitate to call or e-mail. Thank you for your consideration.


Be Well, 



To help patients in reach their highest quality of life in physical relief and total function.

Publications & Articles

Miccio, R. S., & Cowen, V. S. (2018). A Regional Analysis of US Insurance Reimbursement Guidelines for Massage Therapy. International journal of therapeutic massage & bodywork, 11(1), 11.

Cowen, V. S., Miccio, R. S., & Parikh, B. (2017). Massage Therapy in Outpatient Cancer Care: A Metropolitan Area Analysis. Journal of evidence-based complementary & alternative medicine, 22(4), 851-855.


Streit, R. S. (2014). NTOS symptoms and mobility: A case study on neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome involving massage therapy. Journal of bodywork and movement therapies, 18(1), 42-48. Retrieved from


Streit, R.S. (2014, Oct). Consider the quality of a research article. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from


Streit, R.S. (2014, June). How massage therapy research helped my client get better. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from


Streit, R.S. (2014, February). How to maximize your exhibit space at your next event. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from


Streit, R.S. (2014, March). 5 ways to use massage therapy research to retain clinets. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from



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