Eye Street Massage Therapy has set the bar in Washington D.C. for massage and quality of service since 1997. We are a professional massage studio with licensed therapists who have over 40 years of combined experience. As the saying goes ‘practice makes perfect’ and our staff has had the time to refine its technique to a finely tuned art. We have specialists in different forms of massage therapy and bodywork who constantly stay up to date on the leading advancements in the field. In addition to taking continuing formal education in various massage modalities, it is our policy at Eye Street Massage Therapy to have our staff refine their techniques by working on each other once a month. Having the whole staff give positive criticism ensures that our clients only receive the best of care which is tried, tested and true. We take great pride in offering the people of Washington D.C. a variety of different therapies; all under one roof. Our personal approach to your mental and physical well-being has gained us a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable, accessible massage therapy centers in the area.
Meet The Therapists
Edmund Morris, LMT, NCTMB, ABMP Member, BA, PgD (he/him)
Edmund graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute in Falls Church, VA in 2007. In 2010, he earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He then went on to study Health Psychology at the London Metropolitan University in London, and earned his postgraduate diploma there. Edmund combines his professional massage training with a martial artist’s appreciation for form and flexibility, a psychologist’s consideration for global function, the health psychologist’s more narrow focus on environmental and habitual influence, and a clinician’s reasoning to evaluate and treat each client’s unique needs. He takes into account the ways in which different parts of the body interact and pays keen attention to detail to understand body-environment stress points. He specializes in deep tissue, integrated with elements of myofascial, neuromuscular, trigger point and sports therapies with a focus on addressing use-related injuries, chronic pain conditions and postural problems. More than just pain relief, for him massage is about getting people moving again – whether their goal is to be better able to meet life’s obligations, or simply to enjoy being active.
James Foulkes, RYT500 (he/him)
James Foulkes has been involved in the alternative healing arts for approximately 15 years and specializes in working with groups and individuals in Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Cranial Sacral Therapy in Washington, DC and the surrounding region. James has a RYT500 certification with the Yoga Alliance and is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Working one to one with James is simple and straightforward. His instructions are clear and the healing and energetic benefits are perceived quickly. Sessions are suitable for both new and experienced students and for people with medical conditions of all kinds. All modalities are available as in person sessions or online depending on client preference. Please email us if you'd like to connect with James. James is also the author of a book, Principles and Themes in Yoga Therapy.
Joseph Sage Raindancer, LMT, MBLEX (he/him)
May of 2020 marked 22 years of Sage practicing massage therapy fom Hawai’i to Washington DC. He has also taught at several schools such as Potomac Massage Training Institute in Washington DC, the Heritage Institute in Virginia, as well as the Arizona School of Massage, and New Samaritan High School in Arizona. Sage has studied various therapeutic modalities from a variety of cultures. From the formal training of Swedish, deep tissue, and myofascial at the Baltimore School of Massage; to medical massage, Lomilomi, Thai Yoga, Reiki and many more; to the training and studies of esoteric modalities such as shamanic healing and sound therapy. Sage also works in the outdoor industry. His outdoor career began in the mid to late 90's as a bike messenger in DC. Currently Sage also works with REI’s Outdoor School as an instructor.
Kym Cole, Reiki Master (she/her)
Kym has been practicing Reiki since 2019 and is a certified Reiki Master in the Usui tradition. She was first introduced to Reiki nearly 15 years ago and believes that Reiki is a powerful tool to facilitate physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. Kym also works in the field of international development economics research and specializes in impact evaluation. Presently, she manages a competitive fund that supports research on women’s economic empowerment in the global south. She has lived and worked overseas, including in Cambodia and Ghana. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania and Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School. Outside of work, Kym is excited about plant-based nutrition, meditation, Afrobeats, and dance.
Pamela Moyer LMT, NCTMB, ABMP & AMTA Member (she/her)
Pamela Moyer has been as a licensed massage therapist in DC since 2004. This was a career change for her, transitioning from the corporate and non-profit world, doing communications work. She enjoys helping people and providing a much needed service to the community through her massage skills. She graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute in Virginia, received her national certification from the NCBTMB and is a member of both AMTA and ABMP. She incorporates a variety of techniques in her work: Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, neuromuscular, myofascial therapy, stretching, and more. She often finds herself working with clients with stubborn or chronic conditions. Her goal is to assess possible causes for the pain, provide relief, and to help the client with self-care techniques so that they can maintain their body in a more balanced state. Pam enjoys promoting overall health and well-being, and believes that a healthy mind, body and spirit are complementary.
Robert White, Doctorate of Integrated Massotherapy, LMT (he/him)
Robert graduated from the Potomac Massage Training Institute in 2006 with a certification in massage therapy. In 2007 he received his certification in orthopedic massage from the Institute for Therapeutic Massage in New Jersey. Robert continued to hone his skills at the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine in Washington DC. In 2011 Robert received a certification from Erik Dalton’s Freedom from Pain Institute in myoskeletal alignment, an advanced bodywork which uses the principles of osteopathy and rolfing to create an effective non-impact, low force soft tissue work. Robert later received his doctorate of integrated massotherapy from the First National University of Therapeutics. He has been shaping his practice around functional medicine as it relates to the musculoskeletal system. Robert also performs postural analyses and functional assessments.
Tidawan "Toey" Leith, LMT, MBLEX, AMTA Member (she/her)
Toey graduated from the American Massage Bodywork Institute (AMBI) in Vienna, Virginia, and is licensed in DC. She also received training at the Wat Po and Chetanan School and the Chiva-Sam Academy in Bangkok, Thailand. She specializes in Swedish massage and deep tissue, and can incorporate techniques from Thai massage into a table session. Toey believes in the importance of a healthy mind, body, and soul. She enjoys working with people from all over the world, with different experiences and from different walks of life. She likes to share her positive energy with others through massage therapy.