Get more Vitamin Sea on Anna Maria Island!


Anna Maria Island massage therapists at Sea-renity Beach Spa are state-licensed and experienced in a variety of massage techniques and modalities. Every one of us uses a Swedish foundation and then adds our own special bodywork blend to achieve the pressure and results you want. No two massages are the same. ALSO — meet our one and only skin care professional!

Meet the Anna Maria Island massage therapists at Sea-renity Spa in Bradenton Beach:

Amanda EscobioAmanda is a Native Floridian and Massage Therapist since 1996, as well as an entrepreneur since age 7 when she started selling greeting cards door to door. While in the massage treatment room, she emphasizes long flowing strokes, firm foot massage and thorough neck/shoulder work to achieve a head to toe balance for muscles and energy. She left Napa Valley for Anna Maria, just to watch dolphins while giving massages in a tiki hut right on the beach. She lives by the philosophy that the cure for anything is saltwater, sweat, tears or touch.
Mike DunnettMike wears flip flops, shorts and a t-shirt to work, if you can call it "work," he jokes. He's got an easy smile and a firm yet soothing touch for the work he loves. As an avid cyclist, he understands how the body moves and how to coax it into moving better. His specialty is neck and shoulder tension, particularly for "computer back." A family man raised right here in Bradenton, Mike puts people of all ages at ease with his therapeutic touch.
Nikki CampbellNikki has an innately nurturing spirit and a passion for massage therapy. Her goal is to help you on your own path to well-being. After working many years in a pre-school setting with young children, Nikki found her “true calling” as a student at the Sarasota School of Massage Therapy where she also completed studies in Shiatsu and Reiki. Knowing that every massage supports the mind, body and spirit, Nikki combines various techniques to create an extremely relaxing yet beneficial massage. Her clients leave a session by floating on clouds.
Caegan QuimbyCaegan graduated from the Sarasota School of Massage in 2015, but his true massage education started much earlier with his own mother, a licensed massage therapist for the past for 35 years in the Hudson Valley of New York state. With this unique hands-on training, Caegan has developed his own bodywork style of slow, deep strokes and a myofascial approach to melt muscular tension, especially in the neck and shoulders. You may have seen Caegan working at Richard's Natural Foods on Manatee Avenue over the past several years. He's also a musician, playing original music with his band Physical Plant in venues throughout Florida. When's he's not giving massages or playing his guitar, Caegan likes to float on his back in the ocean.
BethBeth is a recent transplant to the beautiful Anna Maria area. She hails from Wisconsin where she attended the Aveda Institute for Beauty and Wellness. She has been found in years past, adventuring in the mountains of northern Montana, and central Oregon where she lived in her Volkswagen “hippie van” with her dogs. She is a visual artist, singer, and outdoors enthusiast. Her nomadic spirit and deep appreciation for nature and the holistic power of healing touch lead her to the practice of massage therapy. Her intuitive and artistic approach to massage combines deep tissue, trigger point, and the flowing style of the Lomi Lomi Massage technique offer relief for overworked muscles and relaxation for the overworked spirit.
DanielaDaniela grew up in the cold state of Illinois and has been a resident of West Bradenton since 2003. She pursued a career in cosmetology in 2010, practiced for a while, then decided to further her skills by enrolling in the Florida College of Natural Health for Massage Therapy. Daniela has proudly been licensed since May 16th, 2014. While Reiki and other eastern ways are integrated into every session, she specializes in Pre and Post-Natal massage. She is a fun-loving mother. On her days off she enjoys family time, taking advantage of Florida’s theme parks, all things music, traveling, and is always eager to further her education or learn something new.
MorganMorgan graduated from Mountain Heart Massage school in Crested Butte, Colorado in 2004. She then moved to the island of Kauai, Hawai’i where she practiced bodywork for 15 years. She was lucky to train with lomi lomi masters on the islands, and has spent years cultivating her practice. Inspired to take her massage practice to another level she moved to Florida to study Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her nurturing spirit, and strong but soft hands will leave you feeling so rejuvenated that you will feel like you can take the island vibes home with you!
Nancy L. StaffordNancy is a 1993 graduate of the Sarasota School of Natural Healing Arts, with additional training in Neuromuscular Therapy with Paul St. John in St. Petersburg, FL. Nancy has parlayed decades of personal experience as a registered dental hygienist to expertise in treating repetitive motion and strain injuries .Recently, she served as an adjunct professor with the massage program at Keiser University in Sarasota, FL. Nancy is a 28 year resident in the peacock-filled Village of Longboat Key. She looks for dolphins every time she crosses a bridge and while giving massage on the beach.
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