About Diane Kelley                                        

In 2002, after leaving a 20-year career in the insurance industry, Diane Kelley graduated with honors from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine, Columbus, Ohio and began her career as a licensed massage therapist in the state of Ohio. She is licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).

In Diane's spare time, she and her husband, Chuck, breed and raise Vizsla, Hungarian birddogs. Currently they share their home with four Vizslas. She is stepmother to Chuck's children, Rebecca and Michael. A lifetime resident of Ohio she has lived in Reynoldsburg since 1995. Diane and Chuck are active members of East Side Grace Brethren Church in Blacklick, Ohio.  

Diane has had training in the following continuing education classes:

Neuromuscular Therapy
Pregnancy Massage
Myofascial Release I
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Fibromyalgia and Associated Disorders
Do No Harm - Oncology Massage
Cranial Sacral Therapy
Muscle Release Techniques
Kent Health Studies - Cervical-Anterior & Posterior
Kent Health Studies - Spine, Thorax & Abdomen                                      
Successful Lymphedema Management and Complete Decongestive Therapy
Aromatherapy: An Introduction
Deep Vein Thrombosis

As a member of the American Massage Therapy Association I uphold the same code of ethics as AMTA.

American Massage Therapy Association Code of Ethics

Massage therapists/practitioners shall:

  1. Demonstrate commitment to provide the highest quality massage therapy/ bodywork to those who seek their professional service.

  2. Acknowledge the inherent worth and individuality of each person by not discriminating or behaving in any prejudicial manner with clients and/or colleagues.

  3. Demonstrate professional excellence through regular self-assessment of strengths, limitations, and effectiveness by continued education and training.

  4. Acknowledge the confidential nature of the professional relationship with clients and respect each client's right to privacy within the constraints of
    the law.

  5. Project a professional image and uphold the highest standards of professionalism.

  6. Accept responsibility to do no harm to the physical, mental and emotional well-being of self, clients, and associates.