ABOUT MY TRAINING
Life should be enjoyed and you should feel GOOD
Unfortunately pain happens and injury slows us down. Luckily there is another option outside of pain pills and surgery.
THIS OTHER OPTION, IS BODY WORK
How do massage and body work differ?
The simple answer is intention.
The difference cannot be told any better than it can be felt.
When a body worker touches into your body; you will feel the difference.
Enter, center and connect. Every session is started with a gentle listening to of the body. This allows our cells to meet and your nervous system to relax.
Fluid movements. Your body is seen as a whole and treated as such. Every single stroke has the intention of healing and optimal health. Creating this reality.
Broad training and application. I attended the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB) and completed 754 hours of both classroom and hands on learning. Our anatomy and physiology programs were the same curriculum as an entry level MD. My teachers were long time body workers, educators, authors, and true pioneers of healthy touch and therapeutic massage.
Continued training and learning. My learning never stops. Just recently(Feb. 2020) I began Touch for Health training and completed module 1.
Super impressed with how she is able to find out where all my trigger points are. I barely have to say a thing.
I appreciate her skill and knowledge of the muscles and tendons whether it's a relaxing massage or therapy because of injury!
Anonymous, Nov. 2017
So, come feel the difference.
all sessions combine your need for swedish, deep tissue sculpting, neuromuscular therapy, craniosacral energy work, reiki energy love, some structural integration, stretching, sports massage, kinesiology and injury prevention as well as treatment.