4 Elm Street | Kingston, MA 02364 | 781-585-4221
Elizabeth Binari has been involved with Hope Floats Healing & Wellness Center shortly after its opening in 2008. Having recently graduated as a massage therapist, she was looking for an environment in which to offer massage that was holistic and healing. During a snowy, Luminary, night in Kingston she was walking down Elm Street and looked up to see Hope Floats for the first time. She felt an immediate connection. Shortly after, she met with Denise who offered her a practitioner position at the Center. Elizabeth knew that this was the beginning of a life changing journey. She is often heard saying she receives much more from Hope Floats than she could ever give back.
Elizabeth provides individual massage therapy sessions at Hope Floats, in addition to being an ad hoc practitioner for our retreats. As a practitioner, she offers her time to the Healing Circle. She is also a co-facilitator for the Pet Loss Support Group. She is an active member of the Fund Raising Committee and has been involved with the annual Memory Walk and Barn Sale. Having recently obtained certification in Equine Massage, she also volunteers at the Bridge Center, in Bridgewater MA, where she provides massage to horses in the in the equine assisted therapy programs. equine-assisted therapy programs. equine-assisted therapy programs.
Elizabeth is a Registered Nurse, who also earned a BA from Suffolk University and a Masters in Health Care Administration from Simmons College. Having spent 30 years in the health care industry, she has held positions in both the business and hospital setting; to include PricewaterHouseCoopers, McKesson Corporation and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She is currently employed as a Program Manager at the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth.
Elizabeth is a Kingston resident who loves spending time with her family, which includes her husband Bill and their two greyhounds, Sadie and Hope. She welcomes the time she has walking the trails with her dogs, cycling and, most recently, spending as much time as she can with horses.