Kathe schad, LMT

T:  (484) 620-1820

E: katheaschad@yahoo.com

Kathe Schad, LMT has a life long interest in health and wellness, an avid gardener that loves to learn about medicinal herbs, nutritious cooking, Bach Flowers, Homeopathy, Tai Chi, Yoga, Posture alignment and movement studies, social ballroom dancing and juggling.  After losing her husband to the medical treatment of cancer, Kathe decided to find a job where her passion for wellness could be used to help others.

Upon graduating from Cortiva (Western Massage) in 2011, she started working with her passion of helping people with the healing powers of massage.  To future enhance her knowledge of the body, Kathe attended the International School of Shiatsu (Eastern Massage) and became a Shiatsu Practitioner in 2013. 

In her work, Kathe enjoys blending Eastern and Western modalities and her massages are customized to the client’s needs.  Specialties include Shiatsu (Japanese Acupressure Massage along Traditional Chinese Meridians or energy lines), Myofascial Release, Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, Lymph Drainage, Sport stretching and Essential Oil Therapy, which boosts the immune system and assists in eliminating toxins.

Kathe integrates her knowledge of posture and movement into her work with clients and has studied Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais Awareness through Movement Technique and The Gokhale Method of posture.  Kathe believes posture and pain free movement are integral to health; and that true health is realized when your entire body is working as it was designed to do.

Kathe also enjoys helping others to help themselves and teaches The Art of Self Massage for Main Line School Night School and DCCC’s Elder Week.  Kathe has a BS in Social Studies from St. Joseph’s University and a Certification with CNHP (Certified Natural Health Professionals) and is continuing her education with the Upledger Institute, learning Craniosacral Therapy.

Kathe has a massage therapy license in PA and is a member of ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals). 


Phone/Text at 484-620-1820, email at katheaschad@yahoo.com