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Biography

Naomi A. Dubaldi is a Licensed Massage Therapist in New York State and North Dakota.  She prides herself on her ability to care and listen to the needs of others.  She is well versed in anatomy and physiology, pathology, and ethics to name a few.  Naomi believes in tailoring a massage towards the individual needs of each client by using multiple modalities to get the best results possible. 

 

Naomi graduated from the Lakeside School of Natural Therapeutics in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1995, completing a 500-hour program to become a certified Massage Therapist.  She then moved back to her native North Dakota and became a licensed Massage Therapist. 

 

In 1998, she opened her own business, Massage for Life, in Wahpeton, North Dakota.  There she worked with many people from infants to the elderly.  Some of the common problems she worked on with her clients were headaches, muscle tension, carpal tunnel, sports injuries, and fibromyalgia.  With her nurturing touch, she has had thousands of happy, satisfied clients over the years, many of whom she still keeps in touch with to this day.

 

In 2003, she relocated to New York State.  She went to the Hudson Valley School of Massage Therapy in Highland, New York to complete the 1,000-hour education requirement for Massage Therapists in New York State.  After graduating at the end of 2004, she completed and passed her New York State Massage Therapy Licensure Exam in early 2005.  This made her one of the very few Massage Therapists licensed in more than one state in the country.

 

It’s her belief that what makes a good massage therapist is for them to take continuing education on a regular basis, which she does.  This allows her to help people through the expansion of her skills.  She is looking forward to developing the same successful relationships she had with her clients in North Dakota here in Orange County, New York.

 

Naomi lives with her husband Carmen and their two dogs “Trouble” and “Sarah” in New Windsor, New York.