I was born and raised in Lexington, KY. After I graduated from Tates Creek High School in 1997, I joined the United States Navy. The military taught me discipline, respect, and pride. I was given the opportunity to travel all over Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Australia and Pacific United States. During service, I began working on my Bachelor's Degree in Business Management. At the end of my 9 years of service, I moved back to my hometown to raise my son, and completed my degree in December 2011. I was presented with a wonderful opportunity to learn massage therapy in September 2013. I successfully completed 720 hours of training, including 120 hours of internship at Lexington Healing Arts Academy. Immediately following graduation and licensing, I completed and additional 100 hours training in Hospital Based Massage Therapy, specializing in Cancer Massage in September 2014. This is truly where God wants me and continues to show me new things everyday through this beautiful work. The average career life for a massage therapist is 4-5 years. I look forward to providing massage for many more years than the average.
Pete Owen is originally from Georgia. After serving 2 tours in Afghanistan in the United States Army, Pete and his family moved to Kentucky. He attended Lexington Healing Arts Academy for Massage Therapy. He has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since December 2017. Pete utilizes multiple modalities to help his clients to relieve pain, increase range of motion and rehabilitate from injuries that they have had. If you like deep pressure work, this is your therapist!
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and biking.