Licensed Massage Therapist

CT lic. #7997

Therapeutic Massage in the Comfort of Your Own Home.

About Cheri

Cheri Haller, LMT, RYT
Cheri has been working on the issues in peoples' tissues since 2012. She is a graduate of the two-year clinical program at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Westport, CT and is a member of the AMTA.

By connecting you to your parasympathetic nervous system, the body is able to go into repair-mode. She then uses a blend of Swedish and deep tissue techniques, trigger-points, sports massage, stretching, & myofascial work to effect your structure and release tension and tone. She is certified in prenatal & hot stone protocols, and implements hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, and eastern techniques when applicable.

Cheri completed a 200 hour RYT Yoga certification, and incorporates the flow of moving meditation into her work. The body will unwind and heal when given the time, space, and guidance. She is pursuing further study in Myofascial Release Techniques and functional movement analysis. And is honored to have the opportunity to help you find balance, and release tension.

Styles & Techniques
Swedish & Relaxation
Firm Pressure Relaxation
Deep Tissue Massage
Energy Work
Myofascial Massage
On-site Chair Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Sports Massage
Stretches & Range of Motion
Trigger Point Therapy
Cupping (Myofascial Decompression)
Aromatherapy (doTERRA)

If in-home isn't your thing? No problem! 
Come see me at

774 Orange Street, New Haven, CT 06511

 (203) 691-7653 or for appointments!

& at

The Recharging Station

241 Greenwood Avenue

Bethel, CT 06801

(203) 748-1941

A little word on Massage:

In a nutshell... our nervous systems have two "modes"

The Sympathetic Nervous System
is what regulates your Fight or Flight response. Also known as STRESS. Not all stress is bad. We need it for protection and survival but too often we get stuck in stress-mode which causes imbalance and disease.

The Parasympathetic Nervous System is the part of your  nervous system that allows you to relax and for the body to heal and rebuild. It deepens our breathing and calms the body. It is how we Rest & Digest. Homeostasis. 
We feel balance.

Massage therapy activates the parasympathetic nervous system.
And massage on a regular basis helps to decrease stress overall.
It increases circulation, delivering oxygen and nutrients to muscle tissue that is knotted and tense.

Cheri is a 2013 graduate of the 1100 hour clinical program at CT Center for Massage Therapy and is a member of the