Hi ~ I’m Debbie!

I feel blessed to have completed my Massage Therapy program at the infamous International Professional School of Bodywork in San Diego in March of 2012. Immediately I became licensed with the State of CA (CAMTA) and started working part-time at the Bay Club Sanctuary Spa in Carmel Valley, CA. In addition, I passed my national certification exam (NCBTMB) in August 2012.

In July of 2012, D SQUARED BODYWORK was officially launched! I knew early on in massage school that my goal was to be a sole proprietor in order to offer my amazing (referral-only) clients a wide range of customized bodywork at a flexible time and place that is completely convenient for them.

It was (and still is!) very important for me to feel like everyday is a Saturday! I finally found a career that I LOVE and really don’t feel like WORK and PLAY are two different activities in my life 🙂

Fast forward to 2021!!! After being shut down during the pandemic, and having a lot of time to reflect on my goals and values, I decided that it’s the perfect time to obtain my Idaho massage therapy license and relocate to BOISE (something I’ve been dreaming about for a few years)! With a little luck and a lot of prayer, I was connected through a client to Michelle Medeiros across the miles and *BOOM* the rest is history in the making. I am excited beyond words to be working alongside Michelle at her amazing new day spa ( in the Hillcrest area of Boise beginning August 2021.

My free time is spent hiking, biking, stand-up paddle boarding, camping, traveling and managing my rental properties back in Minnesota.

I am truly blessed!

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