Massage is a wonderful healing art that has been around for centuries in different civilizations, with varying techniques and style, each related to its particular culture. As a student from Soma, I’ve learned the value of clinical massage and how it can help promote healing within the body, but this healing can come about from something as simple as promoting blood flow through the body. Come and enjoy a relaxation massage that includes therapeutic aspects by applying deeper pressure. As always, massages are directed towards your needs. A few benefits includes, but not limited too:
-Lowering blood pressure – at least for a while
-Improvements to peripheral circulation
- Improv ements to skin tone and appearance
- Improve ments to gastrointestinal motility (bowel movements will become more regular)
-Some reduction in muscle tension including the relief of muscle tension headaches
- Improvem ents to any stress-related symptoms. This can include providing a gentle boost to the immune system if you undergo regular treatments.
-Improve muscle recovery
If you would like a massage, please don’t hesitate to contact me. You can schedule sessions online, or contact me via text or email.
Schedule an appointment now at:
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Please contact me if you have any questions.
Studied at The Soma Institute, for clinical massage, I became a MT to do something different; a change of pace from the job at the time. 14 years in a corporate setting, starting as a file clerk, I worked my way up from clerical and eventually to quality analyst. I had gone to school for Visual Communication during that time, but never really put my bachelors degree to work for me after graduation. That’s when I pursued becoming a MT, leaving behind the daily 9 to 5 schedule, but also, and sadly, it’s perks as well.
When I’m not doing massage, I’m either developing my current massage practice, enjoying time off in front of video games, getting time in at the gym, enjoying time with my loved ones, doing graphic work, or developing my photography skills.