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20605 North Main St. (Hwy 115)
Cornelius, NC 28031
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(3) 1 hr – $195.00 (3) 1/2 hr – $113.00 1/2 hr – $40.00 Paula Edmund 1hr – $95.00
(6) 1 hr – $375.00 (6) 1/2 hr – $216.00 1 hr – $70.00
(10) 1 hr – $600.00 (10) 1/2 hr – $350.00 1 1/2 hr – $100.00
2 hr – $130.00


Paula Edmund – BA, LMBT #557

Paula graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with an emphasis in Sports Medicine. She is currently working as a personal trainer certified through W.I.T.S. Paula combines and utilizes her knowledge, experience and working relationships with various physicians and professionals to ensure the best possible results for her clients.

In 1997, she founded The Edmund Center for Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy to establish a professional, clinical venue for therapeutic massage. Paula is certified by the National Certification Board for Massage and Bodywork Therapy, certified in Neuromuscular Therapy, and licensed by the State of North Carolina.

To make an appointment with Paula please call 704-502-4403. The cost of a one hour session with Paula is $95.00.



Kimberly Bilodeau-Colbert – BS, LMBT#5480, CKTP

Kimberly has always had a passion for health and wellbeing and began her training in 1991 at Central Connecticut State University working towards a degree in Health and Wellness. In 1999 she graduated from the Humanities Center of Massage Therapy located in Pinellas Park, Florida. She is licensed by the state of North Carolina and certified by the National Certification Board for Massage and Bodywork Therapy.  Kimberly recently graduated from East Carolina University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication.

Kimberly holds advanced certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy and Myofacial Release. She is also certified in Prenatal Massage, Massage Cupping, Reflexology, and Kinesio-Taping. Her areas of special interest include sports massage and caring for individuals with sports related injuries and men and women that lead busy lifestyles. Kimberly educates her clients about ways to continue their therapy at home through stretching and exercise, and provides individual consultation regarding everyday pain management. Kimberly continues to expand her knowledge in the health and wellness field and with over 18 year’s experience in both Chiropractic and Spa centers, she can tailor your therapy to your specific need. You can call the office, book online or call/text Kim at (704) 526-6920 to book an appointment.


 Jason Isenhour – LMBT #5772

Jason is a native of Concord and graduated from UNC-Charlotte with a BFA in Art Education. He is a graduate of the Edmund Morgan School and has been a Licensed Massage Therapist at the Edmund Center in Cornelius since 2005. He is Certified in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy and has received training in Swedish, Reflexology, Hot Stones, Lymphatic Drainage, Muscle Release Therapy, and Thai Massage.

In addition to Deep Tissue Massage sessions, Jason often employs gentle stretching to aid in the release of stress and tension held in the body. This helps to increase the benefits that massage therapy can bring by allowing joint mobilization while in a relaxed state. Often clients make extensive gains in range of motion after a single session.

Jason is now accepting clients and continuing to explore new modalities in order to bring something refreshing and new to each session.



 Erik Murray – LMBT #5111

Erik graduated from the New York Institute of Massage in Buffalo, NY in 2004. Erik has been practicing massage therapy for more than 10 years, during which time he has accumulated hundreds of hours of additional training and thousands of hours of applied experience with a wide variety of clients.

Erik applies his knowledge and experience to each massage he performs, and believes there are various benefits  to all massage modalities. He incorporates different techniques into every massage, tailoring each session to the individual client he works with based on communication and his evaluation of what he observes.

Erik is a lifelong swimmer.  He competed both in high school and as a Division 3 athlete in college.  He now enjoys open water swimming. In the past 4 years he has completed the annual 4.5 mile Lake Waccamaw “Take the Lake” endurance swim.  On New Year’s Day he can be found swimming with the dolphins at the Top Sail Island “Dolphin Dip”.

Erik is certain based on client experience and feedback that massage therapy improves physical and mental performance, aids in healing and pain reduction, and enhances wellness.


 Jill Prevost Borcich – LMBT #13936

Jill is a graduate of the University at Chapel Hill where she earned a bachelors
degree in psychology. She received her bodywork training at the Edmund Morgan
School, earning her certification in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy.
Jill is passionate about helping athletes of all ages and abilities, as well as clients
who simply wish to live a an active, healthy lifestyle. Jill’s goal is to not only help her clients maintain a very active life , but to aid them with illnesses and injuries that may occur. Having completed half and full marathons and studied dance for over 12 years, she has an appreciation and understanding of the demands an active lifestyle puts on the body. It is her goal to help improve the performance of her clients, to help improve their range of motion, help them recover from injuries and manage stress more
Jill often works with NFL and Motocross athletes through Novant Health Sports &
Performance Medicine, powered by EXOS. In addition, Jill also provides treatment
for pit crew teams at Joe Gibbs Racing.
To schedule a session with Jill, call or text her directly at 704-996-6498, call the Cornelius office at 704-896-3656 or book online at Known for her
strong hands and attention to detail, she looks forward to partnering with you to
improve your health, well-being and overall performance.


Jessie S. Mullen DC, CACCP

Dr. Jessie S. Mullen completed her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth. She then went on to receive her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY.
Dr. Mullen specializes in the treatment of children and pregnant women. She is certified in the Webster Technique, which helps to correct sacral misalignment and balance pelvic muscles and ligaments, allowing the baby to get into the best possible position for birth. She was also awarded the CACCP certification from the Academy of Chiropractic Family Practice and the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
“The best gift you can give your child is a lifetime of great health!”
Dr. Mullen is proficient in several techniques, including Cox Flexion Distraction, Thompson Drop, Activator and Diversified. She is also proficient in nutritional analysis and counseling. “So many chronic issues that are common today can be alleviated with nutritional/supplement counseling. She continuously strives to update her skills and keep up with the latest advances in natural healthcare.



Meg Smeaton NC Rolf Practitioner – LMBT #7325

Meg is a graduate of The Guild for Structural Integration in Boulder Colorado.

Structural Integration is a specialized 10 session series focusing on lengthening and opening the connective tissue (fascia) thus enabling the muscles and bones to drape properly. SI is a process of re-education of the body through movement and touch. It systematically releases patterns of stress and impaired function. The primary focus of Structural Integration is facilitating the relationship between gravity and the human body.

Meg is also a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist; a Crainio Sacral Therapist and yoga instructor.

Meg is currently accepting new clients at the Cornelius location.



Joanne C. Wiles – AAS, LMBT, CNMT #3236

Joanne lives in the Lake Norman area near Charlotte, NC. She practices massage in both the Cornelius and Mooresville locations.  Joanne graduated in 2001.  She is certified in Neuromuscular Therapy and maintains her North Carolina Massage license.

Joanne decided to go into the massage field in 2001 after a diagnosis of breast cancer.  She now specializes in the treatment, education and rehabilitation of chronic pain, postural distortions, dysfunctional biomechanics and soft tissue injuries to help you maintain your highest level of physical, emotional and mental awareness.  She addresses specific problems that respond successfully to clinical Neuromuscular Therapy such as arthritis, arm and hand pain, athletic and motor vehicle injuries, biomechanical dysfunctions, brachial plexus entrapment, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic degenerative diseases, frozen shoulder, postural distortions, scoliosis, TMJ Dysfunction, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow, whiplash, back pain and migraine headaches.  Joanne is certified in Hot Stone, Pregnancy, Visceral, Swedish, Reiki, Aroma Therapy, Lymph and Neuromuscular Massage.

To make an appointment with Joanne in Cornelius please go to to schedule online or call Joanne directly at 704-763-6940.  To schedule at the Mooresville office, you must call her directly.

 Rebekah Wolfe- LMBT

Rebekah is a proud graduate of the North Carolina school of Advanced Bodywork where she learned everything from a relaxing swedish to complex myofascial and structural therapy.

With a focus on significant pain, posture, movement and dysfunction issues she thrives to reduce or resolve issues like sciatica, upper and lower back pains, syndrome headaches, and stooped posture.  With it being said that over 100 million Americans suffer chronic pain at a cost of around $600 billion in the medical field, Rebekah hopes to keep you out of the doctors office and in a relaxing nurturing setting.  Knowing that not everyone responds to bodywork the same, she bases most of her work around communication and suiting each session to your specific needs or wants.  Rather it be a relaxing swedish one day, or structural neuromuscular work the next, she is happy to give you exactly what you are looking for at each appointment.

Rebekah is a life long Cornelius resident and is thrilled to be working within her community.  Her mother, also a local massage therapist, started practicing when Rebekah was a baby.  The healing touch is nothing new to her life.  She believes that knowledge is half the work, the other half being positive intention.  With goals to learn Thai massage and Reiki, as well as many other modalities, she is an eager therapist looking forward to helping as many people as she can .  We all know what body dysfunction feels like, and she hopes to make it a thing of the past for you.

A relaxing swedish, deep or soft tissue massage, structural bodywork or a blend of them all, she is ready to help you on the path of becoming a happier and healthier you.