We are alive in our bodies. The body and mind are inextricably intertwined - a design that was essential for the survival of the human species. Due to the "brain-centered" - fast paced world we live in today, the mind and body often become disjointed and work against each other. Massage facilitates their healthy re-connection.
The body’s structure is in a constant state of flux, where it is either in the process of fortification or collapse. Working with clients on specific movements, stretches, healthful breathing, and lifestyle changes to bring about lasting strength and wellness to the muscular body and nervous system is an important role of an effective therapist.
Bodywork is a key element for achieving optimal balance and well-being, where connections between the therapist ’s touch allows the patient to understand what the soft tissues' symptoms are "saying" and if nervous triggers are contributing to pain and fear. Or in the reverse, "symptoms" that are perceived as detrimental, can actually be the body propelling itself toward re-alignment and healing. Periodic visits, with a trusted and skilled therapist, removes fear and reassures, builds on patient empowerment, while keeping the body’s balance in check, and out from under the surgeon's knife..
With intelligence, skill and sensitivity towards each client's needs and preferences, the intention of each session is to facilitate the healing of structural dysfunction, reduce stress and restore balance and well-being, all with the underlying goal of empowering each client to understand the messages from "within", allowing them to utilize their own initiative outside of the session to bring wholeness to their body and mind, in all their dimensions.
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