If you just want to relax, you’re welcome to drift off. With active injuries, I’ll work above and below the injury site before working what’s hurting. Or you can trust my intuition and experience with modalities like myofascial, deep tissue or cranio-sacral to help your body go where it needs to.
If you just want to relax a little deeper then an hour session, you can drift off with more immersion with an extra half hour. With active or chronic injuries, I’ll have longer to work above and below the injury site to get things nice and relaxed before addressing what’s hurting. Or you can trust my intuition and experience with modalities like myofascial, deep tissue or cranio-sacral to weave you into an aetherial space.
Hello and welcome! Massage is something I got into right out of high school. My observances over the years of how the body participates in the mind-body connection has evolved to the point that I believe posture and well being are linked. Obvious sounding I know but pretty much every day I'll get a "oh, I didn't know that was sore" from a client. I notice for example in myself when my pectoralis muscles are limber and relaxed, my shoulders aren't in my ears, that spot in between my scapula(shoulder blade) doesn't hurt and my overall stress level is generally diminished. If I can bring this kind of awareness and ease to you, I'd like to do so. A simple "wow, that's sore" on your part when I work on a seemingly fine muscle could turn into a more healthy daily practice for you. Doing something you do everyday a little differently with a bit more awareness. I've gotten into a habit of trying to help the world be a better place one body at a time. Often by taking the time to share my understanding thus far on how the body works. I look forward to working with you.