Are you in love with your life?

What if you could…

    • have balanced energy?
    • feel steady & calm under stress?
    • feel fit, strong & connected to your body?
    • be fully engaged & satisfied with choices you make?

Would that make a difference?

~ Having the vibrant, fulfilling Life you yearn for is possible! ~
   … EVEN if your life is busy with stresses and overwhelm.

The Key is in learning how to live from your own CENTER!


My name is Katrina

Massage Therapist Somerville MAI created LIVING FROM CENTER to offer the kind of empowering
support that can help you do just that…
individualized, action-oriented WELLNESS COACHING and
high quality, rejuvenating MASSAGE and BODYWORK THERAPY
–that helps busy people transform and love their lives.


Imagine having someone in your life who’s got your back (sometimes literally).
Someone who will really see & hear you and
who can keep bringing you back to your motivations, your goals, your center
- so you can LIVE your amazing life !

Life Coaching Somerville MALearn more here about how working with Katrina
as your Wellness Coach can transform your life!


Learn more here about how massage & bodywork sessions
at Living from Center can renew & rejuvenate your body, mind & spirit!




Musings and resources from my Blog

Sore, Tight Muscles… Should I Ice or Heat?

sore shoulder muscles - ice or heat?

  “How do I know whether I should ice a sore muscle or whether I should use heat?” This is a question that comes up all the time in my massage therapy practice.   The answer depends on what kind of muscle strain or tension is causing your pain and discomfort, and ultimately comes down to one key thing – inflammation. Lots of things can trigger muscle soreness – a twist in the wrong direction, overexertion (from lifting something too heavy, for example), or the variety of overexertion where you [...] Read more »

Do you Trust your own Resiliency?


  This winter really pushed the edge. I’ve lived in New England most of my life. Freezing temperatures and lots of snow are nothing new for me. And, since those conditions are familiar, I can also say I do carry with me that automatic, inner sense of “We’ll get through it” or even an eager “Spring is just on the other side of this” as I move through the season. This year however, I’m not sure eagerness is quite the word I’d use to describe what I’m noticing. This Boston [...] Read more »