Integrative Therapeutic Massage

Each massage is customized for your specific needs and integrates a wide range of modalities, both physical and energetic. In natural therapeutics, we take a Holistic approach to healing, meaning everything is connected. When we integrate modalities, we work beyond just the problem area and work to connect and resolve issues at their source.

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Energy Work

Energy work takes many different forms: Polarity, Cranialsacral, Medical Qi Gong, Unwinding, Core Synchronism, to name a few. These modalities work by tuning into the bodies energies and working with those currents and patterns to achieve optimal flow of energy throughout the body. Energy work is great to balance out physical modalities and helps any changes and relaxation achieved through physical work to last longer. All treatments are integrative, meaning I use both physical and energetic modalities. If you would like more information on these modalities and their uses and how they may benefit you, I am happy to answer your questions. If you would not like these modalities used at all, let your therapist know at the start of the treatment.

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Hot Stones

Hot stones are a great way to help relax and loosen up tight tissue. A therapist may use hot stones in areas of chronic tension, on acupressure points, or in hand to help apply pressure through tight muscles. The heat from the stones not only helps the therapist work more deeply into problem areas but also aids in relaxation of the client. The heat helps tissues to open up allowing for deeper relaxation. The stones are heated in hot water and are cleaned thoroughly after every use. If you are interested in trying a hot stone treatment, make sure to request it when booking your next appointment.

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Tune in to your own vibration

Through my studies and experiences, I have learned that everything boils down to a vibration. From sound waves to light waves and everything in between, we are constantly bombarded with incoming energy. With all this sensory input, we can often lose track of our own vibration and the feeling of our own healthy energy. I have found in my own experience, that bodywork has helped me be better able to tune out that which does not help me and tune into myself, allowing me to let go of stress and illness, and cultivate health through my body’s natural rhythms.

Through my practice, I hope to help others do the same by holding space for them to relax and come into their own experience, and to learn to listen and to communicate with their bodies in the way that only they can. Our bodies want to have conversations with us, but so often we don’t understand the language they use. Each body is unique and communicates its needs differently. The more we learn to listen to the body, the more we learn to speak its language and start a conversation about healing with ourselves.

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Synaesthesia (n.)

From Greek: syn- “together” , aesthesis- “feeling”

Synaesthesia is the phenomenon in the brain where one sensory perception is crossed with another resulting in experiences like the visual sensation of sound, or the auditory sensation of touch. In my practice, I have learned to use this perceptual cross-wiring to gain a deeper knowledge of different modalities, philosophies, and practices of the Healing Arts.


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