Student Spotlight: Amanda Forney

Amanda is a student in the Part-Time Morning Program at the Finger Lakes School of Massage Ithaca campus. She was chosen as the October Student of the Month because of her hard work and commitment to becoming an exceptional massage therapist.

Continuing Education Provider Spotlight – Jenna Milner

Augment Your Perception and Amplify Healing with Biodynamic Craniosacral Work.

Interested in a professional skill that doubles as a meditation practice? The Finger Lakes School of Massage invites you to a program in BIODYNAMIC CRANIOSACRAL WORK with instructor Jenna Kit Milner!

Student Spotlight: Dan Logan

Dan is a student in the full-time program at the Finger Lakes School of Massage Ithaca campus. He was chosen as the August Student of the Month because of his passion for and commitment to learning to be an amazing massage therapist.

Featured Faculty & Staff: Dan Lashkoff

Meet Dan Lashkoff, FLSM’s very own Retail and Operations Manager. Around the halls of FLSM, Dan is known for his positivity, can-do attitude and having a guitar in his office for those in need. An avid drummer, baseball fan and presidential history buff, Dan runs the school bookstore and makes sure everything is running smoothly throughout our building. Originally from California, he studied U.S. History in hopes of teaching at the high school level and coaching baseball, however, his love for music took him on a different path and for 20 years he split his time between being a professional drummer and a shoe and apparel buyer before relocating to the Finger Lakes area and joining the FLSM family.

Continuing Education Provider Spotlight – Carrie Taylor

Carrie has been in the fitness & nutrition industry as a certified professional since 1990, a Registered Massage Therapist in Canada since 2001, and a licensed massage therapist in the U.S. since 2005. Following completion of a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of British Columbia, Carrie attended the prestigious West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver in 1998, to complete a 3500 hour Massage Therapy program. She has been teaching at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences n NYC since January 2001, where her topics of expertise include; Myofascial Release, Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology, Neurology, Palpation, & Clinical Strategies.