If it takes a village to raise a child, that village needs to be well equipped. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) "Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being..." The workshops and services provided by Village Academy for Families supplies the "village" with tools that can be used to enhance the health and wellbeing of the whole family.  Everyone, from Infants to the Elderly, can benefit from massage. Massage services that involves the needs of the whole family, not only helps the individual receiving massage, but it also helps maintain healthy relationships. Visit the "Partners & Resources" page to see some of the other services, or tools,  that can be used to help you and your family on the journey to complete health. 

Our mobile massage services and workshops are based on research and results. Using a variety of modalities, we strive to create a healthy balance between the mind, body, and spirit to accomplish your desired goals. Be sure to  visit the  "Services & Rates" page for an idea of some techniques available. Please ask about services for special populations such as:

  • MassageKidz® for Preschools
  • M.I.T.Ts Program (Massage for Infants, Toddlers, and Teens)
  • W.B.M. (Women Becoming Moms)
  • Healthy Aging Program
  • Chair Massage for Corporate Events and Parties

To  schedule your appointment, free consultation, or if you have any questions, click on "Contact Me" and send a message.  I will get back to you within 24 hours.


Anita Prendergast is the founder of Village Academy for Families. She is a Licensed Massage Therapist (GA License  #MT008633) and movement specialist. Her mission is to help keep families together by identifying stress related issues and providing solutions through alternative medicine and education.


*All content found on this website is based on personal experience and/or observation and is supported by research  related to massage therapy.  It is not meant to treat, diagnose, cure, or otherwise interfere with treatment by your physician. Since massage is highly subjective, results can not be guaranteed.  Massage Therapy is considered to be complementary to traditional medicine and a doctor's note may be required for certain medical conditions.