2020 Future 10: Kasey Robinson

by Dec 22, 2020Brunswick County Life

Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce and South Brunswick Magazine recognize Brunswick County’s young professionals and future leaders.

KASEY ROBINSON | OWNER, SYNERGY WELLNESS | AGE: 34

Kasey Robinson has always felt called to healing. As an athletic trainer in high school, she began to understand the body in a new way. She was interested not only in physical healing, but also the mental and emotional and spiritual ties to healing.

“This, in addition to my spiritual upbringing, has provided a foundation of understanding health and well-being in a unique way that I desire to share with as many as I can,” she says. Robinson, a massage therapist, is a graduate of The Whole You School of Massage and Bodywork Therapy in Rutherfordton, North Carolina.

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A native of Shelby, North Carolina, Robinson and her husband, Josh, a graduate of the same school and a Brunswick County native, moved to Shallotte in 2010, where they both saw clients at Family First Health Center for more than five years before moving into their own space in 2015. Synergy Wellness offers massage, bodywork, yoga, meditation and more.

“I am blessed to be here and be a leader of wellness in this community with my husband and staff and friends alongside,” Robinson says.

As a massage therapist and wellness center owner, Robinson’s mission is to see the community she now calls home to be strong, encourage one another, rely on their individual strengths and passions and reach their
optimal health and wellness goals.

“I am a naturally born builder and encourager of community,” Robinson says. “It is important to me that this community stays strong and continues to grow. I strive to meet individuals of the community and bring people together in an awareness of well-being!”

What also inspires Robinson is healthy eating and organic gardening. Inside Synergy Wellness, they have a Juice Plus Tower Garden, where they grow organic greens and herbs. They offer assistance for anyone who wants to grow their own organic food.

For Robinson’s recognition as part of this year’s Future 10, she says, “It means a lot that I am noticed, that I am living my mission, my dreams! I know I am here to do great things and I know I am doing those things every day.”

In their spare time, the Robinsons and their two sons, Tucker, 10, and Eli, 8, spend time growing their own food, exploring nature, fishing, kayaking, hiking and camping.

“We also love the beach, the mountains, live music and cooking delicious food with friends and family,” she says.

Click here to read about the other 2020 Future 10 Winners.

Photography by Megan Deitz

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