Bo O'Connor-Hall, LMT 

Bo O’Connor-Hall graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Theater from Emerson College in 2004 with the goal of fostering meaningful connections. Five years later, after travelling the country performing as Shakespeare’s Lady Capulet, she enrolled in the West Hartford Yoga teacher training where she learned that who people are is reflected in how they move in their bodies.


This epiphany whet her appetite for information on how the body works and she jumped directly from her 200 hour yoga training program into massage school.  Bo O’Connor-Hall graduated at the top of the class from the Clinical Program at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in 2011. While in massage school she also studied  extensively with Jill Miller and became a licensed Yoga Tune Up Teacher in 2010. 

Bo is also the proud mama of two and understands the discomforts of pregnancy and the occupational hazards of raising children. She is currently working towards a prenatal massage certification to better serve moms and moms-to-be. 

In her massage practice Bo uses her evolving understanding of functional anatomy to help people move and feel better in their bodies. She has worked with individuals ranging from desk-bound professionals to full-time moms to serious athletes, to resolve chronic pain patterns and create ease in the body. Despite her obsession with the scientific/ anatomical aspect of massage, her underlying intention is always to foster connection and better understand the human condition.