At Full Moon Massage & Wellness I am a strong advocate for a safe, natural, earth-centered holistic approach to healing and optimal health. I believe that bodywork, mindful movement and plant-based products from clean earth help to restore the interconnectedness of body, mind, and spirit, allowing the body to open to the power of self-healing and the optimal state of harmony that our bodies are continuously seeking. I consider it an honor to guide and serve others in their healing journey, to help them find the balance in their own lives.
Meet Elizabeth Mills, LBMT
Your profession is not what brings home your paycheck. Your profession is what you were put on earth to do with such passion and such intensity that it becomes spiritual calling.”
– Vincent Van Gogh
Elizabeth is licensed to offer therapeutic touch as a massage therapist and bodyworker in North Carolina (License # 15449) and has been practicing her passion since 2010. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has worked in the fields of Special Education and Mental Health.
Liz completed her massage training at Cortiva Institute of Massage where she was also certified in Neuromuscular Therapy and Sports Massage. As she began in the practice of massage, Liz came to recognize the healing power of Universal Energy and through further study, she became a Reiki Master in 2013 and began the practice and study of the ancient Chinese healing art of Qi Gong. After practicing Hatha Yoga for over 20 years, she became certified as a yoga instructor through the National Association of Sports Medicine in 2014. Liz continues to study energy healing and the use of ancient and complementary healing, completing training as an Aromatherapist in 2018.
She was born in Western North Carolina and raised her three beautiful daughters in the Great Smoky Mountains. She recently returned to her native Appalachian mountains along with her two canine companions and lives along the North Fork of the pristine New River. Liz enjoys exploring local trails with her dogs and is working on a meditation garden. She is most at peace when surrounded by nature and can’t think of a better place for that than the New River Valley and the mountains of Ashe County.