Becky Hopkins lived in Richmond for the past two years when she decided to relocate back to the beach. She is from a little town on the Eastern Shore of Virginia called Cape Charles. She graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Health and Physical Education. She taught for a year when she decided to take a trip to Costa Rica and attain her first level of yoga teacher training. The training in Costa Rica inspired her so she left teaching to pursue yoga. Yoga has led her to explore different countries and meet other yoga enthusiasts. When she moved to Richmond she started working for a chiropractor and fell in love with it. Practicing and teaching yoga along with continual chiropractic maintenance has made a huge difference in her body mechanics and overall well-being. On the weekends or evenings, she enjoys a lot of different activities, mostly outside. She enjoys hiking, boxing, fishing, being with her dog, Gypsy, and pretty much anything beach related. She looks forward to being apart of the Body Logic team and meeting all of the patients and clients that also make up a huge part of the Body Logic family.
Autumn recently moved to the Hampton Roads area to join her husband who is stationed here through the Navy. She lived in Georgia until January of 2019. She has always been interested in the medical field and helping others. This past December she graduated from Albany Technical College with a certification in Surgical Technology. After finishing the program, Autumn felt like that was not the career path she was meant to follow and decided to look into other healthcare-related fields to possibly pursue. She joined our Body Logic team to learn more about a holistic approach to medicine, and other possible career paths to follow. After being in the office for just a few months she has decided to go back to school in the near future for her Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration. In her free time she enjoys reading, spending time with her family, going to the beach, and spending time outdoors.
Although Kiana has spent the first half of her life moving from city to city, she has lived in Virginia Beach for the last ten years and considers this to be her home. She is currently studying at Regent University in pursuit of a business degree. Kiana was unfamiliar with the world of chiropractic, massage, and nutrition until she joined the Body Logic family. Since then, she has watched the lives of both herself and patients change for the better through the doctors and massage therapists here, and fully believes everyone should have the opportunity to move better, feel better, and live better. She has taken on the challenge of living an active, healthy lifestyle and hopes to inspire others to do the same. She is thankful for the relationships she has built with both the staff and the clients at Body Logic. She loves learning and devotes her spare time to learning a new subject or activity. In her spare time, Kiana is a portrait photographer, and she also enjoys billiards, rubik’s cubes, acting, drawing, and music.
Kathryn has lived in Virginia Beach all her life. She was home-schooled throughout her high school years. After graduating she was accepted to Regent University and is currently studying Communications and Business. Kathryn took interest in Body Logic because of the warm, friendly environment and the upstanding character of those already working there. Even through her short time working as a receptionist, Kathryn has had the privilege of experiencing the wonderful community surrounding Body Logic. She is so excited to be part of a business that simply spends all day helping people feel and live better. Getting to know the clients and having the chance to see them walk out of appointments with a smile makes each day fun and energizing. In the future, Kathryn hopes to travel to Japan as a missionary and learn the Japanese language. She enjoys working with others and hopes that the experience gained at Body Logic will help her learn how to do so more effectively.
Sarah first came to Body Logic 10 years ago, when she returned to the area from the Blue Ridge Mountains where she worked for the Wintergreen Spa. There she became proficient at several bodywork techniques, ayurvedic inspired body wraps, and facials.
She is passionate about helping people to gain more self-awareness and the ability to be comfortable with their own bodies. She believes health maintenance is the key to life and brings a “tool bag” of various approaches to the massage table including: extensive energy work, reflexology, Trager® Bodywork, Zero Balancing, Yoga Therapy, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage Techniques. With 23 years of hands-on experience, Sara is proud to be a part of the Body Logic team, helping people to move better, feel better, and live better!
Ashley Henry moved to Virginia Beach, Va from Baltimore, Md back in 2015. She graduated from the Cayce Reilly School of Massage in 2017 and has become a very versatile therapist since then; crafting each therapy session to the needs of each individual being. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Orthopedic Massage, Prenatal, Hot Stone Massage, and even Reiki for those battling internal trauma. Ashley believes that massage is an enjoyable necessity to maintain a balanced mind, body, and spirit. Impassioned about her work, Ashley values the importance of discussing what adjustments can be made at home or in the work place to ensure the best results possible. She has a clientele of all ages and believes that the key to a healthy life starts with a healthy mind and a positive attitude. In her words: A kind heart and compassion are super powers! She is truly a gifted therapist with mesmerizing hands. When she has free time, she enjoys being with her family and friends, sun bathing at the beach, hot yoga, singing, playing singing bowls, and creating herbal apothecary. Ashley is always seeking knowledge and is excited to further her education in massage therapy, energy work, and life skills . She hopes to help each person she meets gain a new understanding of themselves and create a space for self love and healing. Joining the Body Logic team has been wonderful and she looks forward to what her future here holds!
Rona Reynolds is a 2016 graduate of Fortis College in Norfolk. She is a native of northeastern North Carolina, where she also studied History and Political Science at Elizabeth City State University. As a veteran Army Reservist with a DEPMED unit, Rona always knew she wanted to work closely with the medical community, but did not discover her niche until she transitioned out of a 15-year career with the Department of Corrections. Prior to receiving her massage therapy credentials, Rona worked as a Correctional Re-entry Officer assisting male inmates make preparations for their transition from prison to the community. Never losing her desire to help individuals but longing for a less volatile
environment, Rona decided she needed a change. She had an unfulfilled dream of working in a medical setting.
Rona had long been interested in therapeutic massage and the positive effects of “touch therapy” on babies in NICU and with children with developmental delays. Her own son had greatly benefited from infant massage classes Rona attended when he was a toddler over 20 years earlier. Following a conversation with a dear friend, Rona embarked upon her journey into massage therapy.
Asserting that she didn’t choose massage, massage therapy chose her, Rona feels grateful and blessed when a client shares testimonies of feeling relief from pain after a session with her. Rona believes that overall wellness and healing, whether emotional, spiritual or physical, can be achieved when massage is incorporated into people’s lives.
When not manipulating muscles, Rona enjoys time with her husband and three kids, church activities, outings with her mother and sister, or planning for the arrival of her first grandchild, due in January 2019.
Rona is excited to join the Body Logic family and looks forward to assisting clients along their journey to
wellness and relaxation.
Chastity is a veteran of the United States Navy. She has extensive medical training and knowledge as a USN Hospital Corpsman, medical laboratory technician, phlebotomist, and former student in ECPI’s Registered Nursing Program. She made the decision not to pursue nursing and pursue massage therapy instead after realizing she wanted to take part in a more hands-on and holistic approach to healing. Chastity graduated Summa Cum Laude from Centura College in Chesapeake with an Associates of Occupational Science in Massage Therapy in December 2018. She is trained in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Reflexology, Sports, Pregnancy, Shiatsu, Hot Stone, Myofascial Release, and Trigger Point Therapy massage modalities. In her free time, she enjoys caring for and training American Akitas, making crystal candles and jewelry, and practices Crystal Meditation daily. Chastity plans to continue her education to become a dual licensed Naturopathic Doctor and Chiropractor.