Geri Ruane LMT, OMT, CLT

Geri Ruane LMT, OMT, CLT

Geri's advanced education and training:

  • 300-hour oncology massage certification program from the Peregrine Institute of Oncology Massage Training

  • Oncology massage / hospital and hospice massage education and training from Tracy Walton, Gayle MacDonald, Healwell Integrative Health Therapies, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and MD Anderson Cancer Enter Integrative Medicine programs.

  • Lymphedema and manual lymph drainage certification (Vodder method) from Klose Training and Consultants

  • Breast Cancer Rehab education and training (Axillary Web Syndrome, Scapular Winging, Scar Tissue Release) from Klose Training

Geri is dedicated to provide safe, effective, comfort-oriented massage sessions for her clients. Oncology massage may reduce nausea, pain, fatigue and stress as well as improve one’s energy, sense of well-being and sleep. Since 2010, she has had have extensive training in working with people in all stages of cancer and with those who have medically complex health issues.  

Geri is one of the founders of Oncology Massage Alliance, a nonprofit organization that offers complimentary hand and foot massage sessions by oncology trained massage therapists to people undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments in Austin-area clinics. http://www.oncologymassagealliance.org

Geri is active in the community and participates in many educational presentations and community events. She was featured in the fall 2015 issue of CURE magazine. (Link to her article) 

Organizations that she belongs to:

  • Society for Oncology Massage

  • American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)

  • National Lymphedema Network

  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

  • Neuropathy Alliance of Texas


Schedule with Geri today:

(512) 576-1050

 geri@tworoadsmassagetherapy.com

Hours: By appointment on Wednesdays


Forms are available to fill out prior to your initial appointment. 

Ashley Hiatt LMT, OMT, CMLDT

Ashley Hiatt LMT, OMT, CMLDT

Ashley’s advanced education and training:

  • Oncology massage / hospital and hospice massage education and training from Tracy Walton, Gayle MacDonald, Irene Smith, Healwell Integrative Health Therapies, and MD Anderson Cancer Center Integrative Medicine programs.

  • Manual Lymph Drainage Certification (Vodder method) from Klose Training and Consultants.

Ashley is passionate about learning and participating in as many classes and events as she can.  She aspires to stay as up to date as possible with the latest research and techniques that are available regarding Oncology Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, and Massage Therapy.  Ashley creates massage therapy sessions that are safe, customized and relaxing.

She is an active volunteer in the community and belongs to several organizations including:

  • Society for Oncology Massage (S4OM)

  • American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)

  • National Lymphedema Network

  • Oncology Massage Alliance (OMA)

  • Central Texas Hospice & Palliative Massage Association

Ashley has been a massage therapist since 2003. She is passionate about her profession because of the sense of safety and relief she can provide to others through massage.

Outside of work, Ashley loves to spend time with her husband and their dog, Dudley.  She enjoys anything comedy related: books, movies and standup. She can be found in the deep end of a water aerobics class (great for lymph!) or planning the destination for her next trip.


Schedule with Ashley today:

(512) 537-9355

ashleyhiattLMT@gmail.com

Hours: By appointment on Mondays



What our clients have to say about Ashley Hiatt and Geri Ruane:

Ashley is one of Austin’s finest massage therapists. She balances therapeutic technique with pure bliss. She is personable and skilled. I can wholeheartedly recommend Ashley. Give her a call-set up your massage! You will not be disappointed!
Geri’s oncology massage was both relaxing and energizing. It really helped relieve the stress of the last few months, gave me more energy, and really helped with the neuropathy. I highly recommend the oncology massage or the hand and foot massages to any oncology patient. The massage does make a positive difference!
My oncology massage session was amazing! The combination of your gentle massage techniques and energy body-work, together with deep breathing and the beautiful sounds from your gong and zenergy chimes, created a very soothing relaxing effect. Also, listening to your soft soothing voice when naming the different parts of the body associated with the areas of the feet during the reflexology helped me to become more mindful of my body during the massage session. After the massage session was over, I felt more relaxed, energized, and renewed. Thank you!