A holistic practice where you can receive personal treatment tailored to you individually. Market Street Healing Arts provides a home to the area’s premier professionals focusing on:
Market Street Healing Arts
Massage – Market Street Healing Arts
As the owner of Market Street Healing Arts since 2014. Amy Galligan has been a full-time licensed practitioner of massage therapy since 2006. A graduate of Fingerlakes School of Massage in Ithaca NY. Her primary focus is myofascial release, through trigger point, deep tissue and A.R.M. (active range of motion) but is well versed in all aspects of body work. Amy takes the time to discuss the individual needs and concerns of each client.
Sarah Tyo Stevens -Market Street Healing Arts
Call Sarah at 607-329-8085 to schedule an appointment.
Studied at Finger Lakes School of Massage graduated in 2006. Sarah creates an individualized session based on the specific needs of each client‘s body; from relaxing Swedish, to deep connective tissue therapy, as well as targeting specific pain and injury with neuromuscular (trigger point) therapy and sports massage. She truly enjoys pampering the mom to be with a well-deserved prenatal massage and is also a second-degree Reiki master.
Dr. Kara Carapella
Dr. Kara Carapella received her Doctorate in Chiropractic, as well as her Masters in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College were she graduated as a member of the Phi Chi Omega Honor Society. Dr. Carapella focuses on the underlying causes of dysfunction and disease, and takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health care. She promotes patients taking an active role in empowering themselves in their personal health through chiropractic care, nutrition, and lifestyle changes.
Samantha Burris, L.Ac
Samantha Burris, L.Ac is a licensed acupuncturist of New York State and is currently working to receive her Diplomate (NCCAOM) in Acupuncture. Samantha received her Bachelors of Science in Professional Studies and Master of Science in Acupuncture from the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (FLSAOM) at the New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) in 2017.
These services can be utilized either individually or combined into the ultimate healing regimen.