Lauren Beck, LMBT
Lauren is a licensed massage therapist and graduate of the NC Massage Therapy School where she received her diploma and certification in clinical neuromuscular and structural bodywork techniques. In May 2012, she joined the Lifeworks Chiropractic team working as a massage therapist and eventually Billing Manager.
Lauren is passionate about the positive effects of therapy on the body and mind and is also a strong supporter of self care. She uses a professional, mindful touch to bring deep transformation and create profound, lasting health improvements.
Rene' Elder, LMBT
Rene’ believes massage can aide in strengthening health and wellness. She loves to help clients feel better and educate in the dynamics of healing.
Rene’ was born in Houston, TX and moved to Las Vegas, NV when she was 11 with her mother and brother. She made the move to Concord, NC in January of 2017.
After working in Veterinary medicine since she was a senior in high school, Rene’ decided to make a life change in her career. She enrolled in massage therapy school in 2010 and soon graduated from the Nevada School of Massage Therapy in 2011. Rene’ is currently nationally and board certified through NSMBT and she is in the process of achieving her sports massage board certification.
Rene’ loves all types of music and finds herself enjoying either a live music festival and/or traveling with her boyfriend to see their favorite bands live. Her favorite places to travel are to a warm area, preferably a beach or island. She enjoys going to baseball games, hiking, swimming, riding her bicycle, yoga, spending time with her animals and her boyfriend.
Amy Smith, LMBT
Amy wholeheartedly believes that the power of massage therapy can relieve us from many ailments we come across in our lives. She loves helping others begin restorative effects through massage so they may enjoy their lives to the fullest. Amy is excited about learning and expanding her horizons in her field on a daily basis to better serve those she has the pleasure working with.
Amy took the first steps into her massage career in 1997 at the Baltimore School of Massage in Maryland and completed a 100 hour basic program. Her husband and she then relocated to Mooresville, soon after she enrolled into the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy of Charlotte and graduated from the 500 hour program in 2000. Amy has over 80 hours of sports massage training and is currently working towards certification.
Amy loves spending time outdoors, often with her nose in a book by the pool or swinging in a hammock. She also enjoys cooking and time with her family.