Massage Therapy Instructors
Redding Massage School
- Mary RadzinskiInstructorMary graduated in 2006 from Maui School of Therapeutic Massage in Hawaii where her passion for bodywork came alive. In Hawaii, she also completed her yoga teacher training at Maui Yoga Shala and discovered the importance of self-care. Throughout her practice, she has taught Vinyasa, Prenatal, and Restorative Yoga, as well as worked in luxury day spas and clinical settings. Since arriving in the Bay Area in 2016, Mary has evolved her practice by working with athletes and people with injury-specific needs. She is thrilled to be a part of this renowned program because of her many positive experiences working with NHI graduates in the field. Mary loves to help inspire new therapists as they begin their journey into the Healing Arts. “It’s a magnificent privilege when another human being places their trust and vulnerability in our hands. I believe the continuous practice of gratitude is the strongest root from which a remarkable practice stems.”Fred AngueraProgram Manager/InstructorFred graduated from the Swedish Institute in New York in 2002. While thriving in the spa industry, he also focused on medical and myofascial massage working with chiropractors, acupuncturists and physical therapists. Fred also specializes in shiatsu and has had much success helping folks through the healing process with that method of bodywork. He is also a reiki practitioner, certified in facelift massage (lymph drainage for the face), hot bamboo massage and has a few other tools in his tool belt to benefit to assist in achieving client-centered work. After all these years he’s still in love with profession and is excited to share his knowledge and skills with future massage therapists.Brenton SebastinelliInstructorBrenton is a graduate with honors of NHI’s core program. After graduation, he returned to NHI as a Teaching Assistant, and later served as an Externship Site for the program’s students. Brenton was also a supervisor for NHI’s Sports Massage Team, where he oversaw their work on Shasta College’s campus. Brenton maintains a private practice in Redding, where his primary focus is Myofascial Massage, Trigger Point work, Deep Tissue, and educating his clients. Brenton has a lifelong passion for learning and educating alike. When he isn’t in session with his clients or teaching, he can be found tending his garden, playing musical instruments, reading, and always learning something new.