Specializing in laryngeal and TMJ therapies for professional voice users.
Christine is a graduate of the Swedish Institute College of Health Science where she completed over 1200 hours in massage therapy. She specializes in massage therapy for vocal health and TMJ therapy. She is part of a network of Speech Pathologists, Otolaryngologists, and Psychotherapists that provide care for people with Vocal Trauma. She has shadowed Dr. Amin and Dr. Branski at the NYU Voice Center to stay up to date with intrinsic laryngeal injuries and treatment so that she can provide the best care possible for the extrinsic muscles. In February 2013, she had the privilege of traveling to London and privately tutoring with Dr. Jacob Lieberman in Laryngeal Massage. She has completed additional certification in TMJ therapy, Myofascial Release, and Trigger Point Therapy. She is a professional singer and is currently a vocal student of one of New York’s busiest and respected voice teachers, Joan Lader, who she has studied with for the past seven years. She has also completed additional training in Estill voice training. She is a resident therapist at The Center for the Advancement of Therapeutic Arts (CATA NYC) where she continues to enhance her knowledge in the field of massage therapy. Christine’s technique is a mixture of Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, and Deep Tissue massage.