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Carolyn Thames-Knuckles

Carolyn Thames-Knuckles


Carolyn Thames-Knuckles (803)944-8334

About Carolyn

Carolyn found her passion in spa therapy after a career change.  She graduated  from the Blaine School of Esthetics 18 years ago becoming one of North Carolina's first licensed estheticians.  She began her career at Skin Sense a Day Spa.  In February 2011 she became nationally certified as a massage therapist after studying at Sanford Brown College where she trained in the medical massage modalities of neuromuscular, myofascial release, trigger point, deep tissue and western massage.

She focuses on offering pain relief, stress reduction, structural realignment, reducing scar tissue and the inflammatory response with the belief that massage can be both therapeutic and relaxing.  Her philosophy is that touch is a basic human need, not a luxury and invite you to make spa services an essential part of your wellness routine.

Book An Appointment Today for Manning call Mcleod Health & Wellness  at 803-435-5200


In Florence call The Spa at Hotel Florence at   


Techniques practiced

  • Deep Tissue massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Myofascial release
  • Neuromuscular
  • Pressure Point Therapy
  • Structural Integration
  • Swedish Massage
  • Trigger Point therapy

Where I practice

  • Chiropractic Office
  • Client’s House
  • Day Spa
  • Health Club/Fitness Center
  • Medical Office
  • Resort
  • Wellness Center

Clients accepted

male, female


State license/Certificate: GA 007022
State license/Certificate: SC 10271
Experience: 4-10 years


I do not accept insurance



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