Who We Are
We help clients find relief through clinical massage and lymphatic services in a safe environment. We are LGBTQ+ affirming.
What We Do
We take a different approach to traditional massage. Specializing in Clinical Massage, we look at the body as a whole. Our therapists search out the root cause of pain, instead of simply massaging where it hurts.
Our lymphatic and oncology massage services allow us to be part of your team at any point of your cancer journey. Whether you’re recently diagnosed, undergoing treatment, living with cancer, or dealing with long-term side effects, we make massage safe by staying up-to-date on best practices and taking time to check in with you at every session.
Our goal is simple: get you moving pain free. Since no two bodies are the same, we spend time getting to know you and your lifestyle factors. From there, we’ll do assessments and formulate a plan. We take a multidisciplinary approach; your plan will include more than just massage and you’ll leave each session with a better sense of what your body’s communicating to you. We’ll send you home with easy-to-do, guided exercises that allow you to take an active role in your health. Keeping up with these exercises between appointments leads to improvement so we can build on progress at each session and get lasting results. Because we customize each massage to meet your specific needs, every session is different.
We know that every body has its own unique challenges and requires something different. No matter where you are on your journey to better health, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
If you’re ready to experience our different approach:
Meet Owner Bailey B. R. Maddox (she/her)
Bailey is the owner and Certified Lymphedema Therapist for The Supine Studio. With a passion for helping others, she uses her expert clinical massage training to support clients’ needs to move freely and find relief through Lymphatic and Oncology services.
In 2017, Bailey watched her spa clients turn to massage for pain relief but gain only short-term results. Frustrated that the spa environment focused more towards relaxation than chronic pain, she went into private practice. The Supine Studio is built on the premise that massage needs to be customized for every client, every visit.
Bailey is fueled by a passion to find better solutions for clients’ ailments. She started implementing orthopedic techniques and eventually Advanced Training in Oncology Massage Therapy. Most recently, she became certified in Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT), a non-invasive treatment for those living with lipedema and lymphedema. Committed to the highest standard of care, Bailey has completed over 200 hours of hands-on training specifically on the lymphatic system and continues to stay up-to-date on the latest best practices.
Bailey is a LGBTQ+ affirming massage therapist.
South Carolina Massage License #10303.
South Carolina requires massage therapists to complete 12 hours of continuing education every two years to remain licensed. To date, Bailey has completed 412 hours of hands-on education and training.
National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer #1200488909.
National Academy of Sports Medicine requires trainers to complete 20 hours of continuing education, including a CPR certification, every two years to renew certification.
Certified Lymphedema Therapist through the Academy of Lymphatic Studies.
The Academy of Lymphatic Studies requires completing 135 hours of study before sitting examination. Therapists who pass this course are eligible to sit the LANA National Exam for Lymphedema Therapists.
Meet Markie Erin Healon (she/her)
Markie is our lead Licensed Massage Therapist, and is also certified as a Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist. In addition to her skillset, Markie's calming energy puts you at ease, and is one reason why a session with her is the perfect way to de-stress your mind and body.
Markie is trained in orthopedic massage, assisted Stretch Therapy, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage for general wellness. By listening to what your body is experiencing, Markie knows which techniques will bring you the most relief. Her goal is to help you feel better through customizing each session to meet your needs for that day.
Markie works to find easy-to-incorporate self-care exercises to be added into your daily routine because pain shouldn't stop you from living your life.
Markie is a LGBTQ+ affirming massage therapist.
South Carolina Massage License #12233.