Integrated Bodywork

Bodywork is relaxing, and therapeutic.

It improves circulation, relaxes tight muscles and tendons and helps good lymphatic drainage.

Regular massage reduces stress and promotes a sense of balance and wellness.

I consider therapeutic massage to be an important adjunct and compliment to my work. Bodywork is a primary modality that I continue to incorporate in my treatments.

I am committed to your comfort, relaxation and rehabilitation. If you are looking for a relaxing massage or need more therapeutic bodywork for painful situation, I am happy to work with you.

 
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Shiatsu Massage

Shiatsu is amazing.

Shiatsu is a form of bodywork that treats a wide range of health concerns and creates a healing state of deep relaxation.

During a treatment, clients wear loose, comfortable clothing. The practitioner stretches and mobilizes the limbs, while applying acupressure to specific acupuncture points and meridians.

In addition to being a powerful preventative therapy, Shiatsu can alleviate chronic and acute pain, insomnia, digestive problems, stress, anxiety, fatigue, and much more.

It is a gentle yet deep therapy, which is particularly nourishing for people weakened by chronic illness.


Sotai

Sotai is gentle, simple, and healing

Sotai treatments utilize three important pillars of health: breath, mind, and movement. In Sotai we are reeducating the body–mind to promote movement with ease and without pain.

This form of bodywork uses regulated breathing and gentle movements to increase range of motion in the body

A body “holding” stress is a body open to disease. In Sotai, the movements are always away from the area of pain and toward the direction of ease and comfort. The effect of Sotai is incredibly relaxing with an increased range of motion. Practitioners can do either a whole body Sotai treatment or include a few movements in conjunction with acupuncture or massage treatments.

 
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