Mandi Forman, a Huron native, is the daughter of Tom and Cindy Borkowski. She is the wife of Rocky Forman and mother to two amazing daughters, Mayli (3) and Remzi (2months). She was part of the 2001 graduating class of Huron High School. In 2003, she graduated from Southeast Technical Institute with a degree in Applied Business. After a brief break, she decided to continue her education and enrolled in National American University, graduating in 2011 at the top of her class and proudly holding a degree in Therapeutic Massage.
In 2013 Mandi took a leap of faith and opened Therapeutic Bodyworks. Over the years she has continued to grow as a business owner and therapist. She is certified in a variety of different techniques such as; Swedish, Deep Tissue, Pre-Natal, Reflexology, Thai Chi, Cupping, Neuromuscular, Sports, Trigger Point and Essential Oil Raindrop Massage. In February 2017 she expanded Therapeutic Bodyworks by adding a Massage Therapist who brings more techniques and services to the business.
Mandi is a member of the first United Methodist Church. She is also a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, a member of the Board of Directors of Hope Ranch, and was recently asked to join the Board of Directors for the Christian Learning Center.
Mandi strives to help her clients stay in the best physical and mental health. The mission of Therapeutic Bodyworks is to have you walking out feeling better than when you walked in.