Our mission is to help people, just like you, find relief and comfort from aches, pains and injuries. We also help you manage stress that comes with living a busy life. We can even help you to improve your performance in both your professional and daily activities. Through a variety of therapeutic massage techniques, we work to improve the quality of your soft tissue (things like muscles and joint structures) which helps to better align your bones and improve the flow of blood and energy. This has the added benefit of stimulating the release of “feel-good” chemicals in the brain, calming your mind. So, whether you need to remedy an old injury, save your posture from bad habits, or wash away the weight of the world for a while, we can help! From the time we opened our doors, RMMT has been a place that clients could not only come for healing, but also to feel that their individual goals were being understood with compassion and care.
A step closer to living life free from physical discomfort.
Tami Savarese, LMBT, BCTMB, CKTP, FMT
Tami graduated from Kean University in 2009 with her BA in Psychology. She went on to receive her License in Bodyworks/Massage Therapy from The Academy of Natural Health Sciences in 2014. Shortly after, she opened up Restorative Medical Massage Therapy. Tami specializes in medical massage, Swedish, Shiatsu, reflexology, lymphatic, and pre/post natal. She specializes in Functional Movement Techniques, Kinesiotaping as well as Corrective Exercises. She works with professional athletes and everyday people alike. Tami has an interest in treating sports and workout related injuries, as well as medical ailments such as anxiety, lymphedema, neurological disorders, and muscular disorders. Outside of massage, Tami is an active dancer trained in tap, ballet, jazz, and hip hop. She has danced for over 30 years. As an eager-to-learn and active individual, her goals are to continue learning the most up-to-date treatments, as well as surgical procedures to give her patients the best care possible.
Stefanie Pinto, LMBT,BCTMB,FMT
Stefanie is a Board Certified Massage Therapist. She received her LMT from the Academy of Natural Health Sciences in 2019 where she specialized in Medical, Swedish, Reflexology, Lymphatic, Kinesio Taping and Functional Movement Techniques. Stefanie received a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Kean University. During her studies, she developed a passion for fitness and went on to compete in Women's Physique Bodybuilding shows. During that journey, Stefanie began seeing Tami, who was the inspiration and mentor of Stef's career in medical massage therapy.
Mona has been the front office face and voice of RMMT since they opened in 2014. When Tami opened the office, she couldn't think of anyone else she would rather work with every day and help her run her company than her mom! Mona takes pride in handling all of the day-to-day administrative tasks, but is especially connected to each patient and loves to see their progress and track each individual journey.
Working with Athletes
Over the last several years, Tami has expanded her practice to work with athletes from pee-wee, high school, and college, up to professional athletes. Injury prevention is a key factor in our Therapists' treatments. RMMT works closely with many doctors at Summit Medical Group, treating their patients who need a different type of manual therapy or in conjunction with medical treatments they may be receiving.
RMMT is a firm believer of "When you put good into the world, good comes back to you." We take every opportunity to give back to those that need help. We are big supporters with non-profit organizations to help raise funds for different causes. Some organizations hit close to home for the RMMT family, such as St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the American Cancer Society, but we strive to help others as well.
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."
- Winston Churchill
We have helped raise money for numerous organizations and still support them and their causes to this day.
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital -
- American Cancer Society -
- Wounded Warrior Foundation -
- Riley's Dance -
- Husky House Rescue Shelter -
- Brooke Healey Foundation -
- Covid Front Line Workers -