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I practice Integrated Bodywork, a modality that brings the client’s full spectrum of mind-body-spirit to the table, and promotes healing in a more holistic way.
In a traditional massage, the goal of the work is to create change in the physical body: tissue, muscle, fascia, and posture. But there is great – and often untapped — potential in bodywork for stimulating change and healing for the person as a whole. In addition to treating physical conditions, Integrated Bodywork can help deepen the client’s self-awareness of the connectivity between body and mind, and provide an opportunity for long lasting changes in the client’s physical, mental and emotional bodies.
Integrated Bodywork might be right for you if:
You suffer from stress, tension, or other physical conditions that you would like approach more holistically.
You want to learn how your thoughts and feelings manifest in the body, and begin to release the ones that no longer serve you.
You are on a path of self-knowledge and growth.
I draw from various bodywork modalities and mindfulness techniques to create graceful, deep, creative and communicative flow. The result is a healing and nurturing experience, tailored specifically to your needs. I strive to cultivate long-lasting relationships with my clients. My ideal client is one who seeks to enhance their mind-body awareness and wellness, emphasizes spirit in their lives, and value authentic and compassionate communication.
Please check out my reviews and read what my clients have to say. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Celebrate your body. Be Well :-)
Gil has been practicing Integrated bodywork for 6 years. He has studied many somatic and interpersonal communications modalities, including: Cortiva’s extensive 1,000-hour massage therapy program, META, Core Energetics, Fierce Conversations, and Restorative Circles. He also coaches individuals, communities, and organizations on the application of Embodied Communications to their lived experience and culture of dialogue.
Gil is currently training with the Compassionate Listening Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering individuals and communities to transform conflict, and strengthen cultures of peace. He will join their delegation to Palestine and Israel in November 2016.
Other interests include yoga, travel and performing arts.