Bodywork can be deeply restorative, focusing on the whole-human; each session tailored to your unique needs. In a world that moves very quickly, having a safe space to slow down and listen to your body is vitally important.
What to expect during your massage:
This individualized session may include myofascial release techniques, Swedish massage techniques, abdominal massage techniques, trigger-point therapy, deep tissue (when the body allows it), lymphatic drainage techniques, breath-work, visceral manipulation, assisted stretching & acupressure (similar to reflexology) and massage cupping.
"In a chronically stressed condition, quality of life, and perhaps life itself, is at risk. The body's capacity to heal itself is compromised either inhibiting recovery from an existing illness or injury, or creating a new one, including high blood pressure, ulcers, back pain, immune dysfunction, reproductive problems, and depression. These conditions add stress of their own, and the cycle continues.
The antidote to stress is relaxation. To relax is to rest deeply."
- Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., P.T.