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Kelly Coleman, LMT
Kelly Coleman, LMT
“One of the things I value most about Kelly is that she really understands how the body works. Her background in playing sports and education in exercise science is a big plus. I always get great results from Kelly.” Lorrie W. March 14, 2012

"I started seeing Kelly 8 weeks ago.  I have had chronic pain for many years, and was tired of paying for massages that were not helpful.  Finding Kelly has changed my life.  I have had 2 major surgeries on my hands for degenerative joint disease.  Since those surgeries, I have not had a day without pain.  I was no longer able to play my guitar which I had done for the past 45 years.  In the short time I have been a client of Kellys, I have no more pain in my hands, wrists, or arms.  I am playing my guitar again, and I am enjoying life again.  Kelly intuitively knows what is needed during each session to help repair and strengthen my hands.  It isn't often that you can find a true professional that uses her extensive knowledge coupled with her  intuitive hands that makes her truly amazing.  I have recommended Kelly to my friends and colleagues and think you will be missing a true find, if you don't make an appointment with her.  I thought my chronic pain was just going to be part of my life.  What a joy to do the things I love again and feel so good about each day. Thank you Kelly." Nancy G. March 16, 2015

About Kelly



Kelly has a diverse background in the teaching, coaching, fitness and
healing fields. Her undergraduate degree is in Exercise Science, and her Masters Degree is in Sport Management from the University of Georgia. She has had her own massage practice in the Atlanta/Buckhead/Brookhaven area for 19 years specializing in Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy and Stress and Pain Relief.

She has also been teaching indoor cycling classes for the last 9 years in several health clubs across Atlanta. She became a Wellness Coach in 2010.  She has been on a consistent personal development path and desires to help others grow and to be their best selves. Please check out her coaching website and wellness blog (Link).


In the late 1980's through the mid 1990's she was the tennis pro and director at two clubs in North Carolina, coached Alta teams and worked for the USTA as a Schools Program Director for the Southern Section. She was Georgia Female Player of the Year in 1996 and played Varsity Tennis at the University of Georgia and University of Minnesota. Back in high school she was a two time state doubles champion in Ohio. Her other interests include Bikram Yoga, golf, weight training, music and dancing.