Massage Therapy is more that an indulgent way to pamper yourself. It is a therapeutic bodywork that can relieve both emotional and physical suffering and ultimately changes how your body functions. Emotional pain is processed in the same area of the brain as physical pain, and my massage practice is steeped in an awareness of how feelings and emotions are grounded in the body, shaping everyday moods and experiences.
I get to know you through a detailed intake before the session because it helps me identify the root causes of your issues and design the best treatment plan to address and resolve them. It also helps me formulate a post-massage care plan to extend the effects. You’ll learn simple daily care tips to manage the progressive effects of aging, stress, injury, poor posture and other health conditions. Feeling the deep tranquility and restoration after a good massage is great motivation to maintain other self-care practices.