If you are…
seeking relief from chronic pain or acute injuries,
preparing for or recovering from surgery,
and/or looking for holistic, trauma-informed bodywork that treats you as a whole person…
Myofascial release, energy work, and shamanic healing can help.
Myofascial release (MFR) is a form of bodywork that uses gentle, effective techniques to address pain and constriction within the connective tissue throughout your body, producing long-term pain relief and better health overall.
Energy work, including Subtle Energy (Therapeutic Touch) work and Reiki, can help ground you and restore balance throughout body, mind, and spirit.
Shamanic healing can remove negative energies, restore your vitality, and care for your spirit.
Let’s talk about which ways of working—alone or in combination—are right for you. To get started, contact me today to make an appointment and talk with me about how I can support your healing journey.
I have an excellent grasp of both technique and body mechanics. My training includes anatomy, kinesiology, conservative draping and safe practices for massage. As a graduate of the Massage Therapy Program at Carrington College California (CCC) [formerly Western Career College (WCC)], I am fully licensed to practice Massage Therapy and have been Certified by the states of California and Virginia, as well as Nationally Certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB).
As an Expert Level practitioner of John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release (JFB-MFR) since 2012, I have had great successes working with athletes, those recovering from surgery or injuries as well as people just wanting to feel better or more healthy. A few of my clients have had Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia and Osteoarthritis, and felt great relief or better day-to-day quality of life. Some of my clients have also appreciated the Unwinding work to help with issues related to PTSD in various forms, whether from car crashes, childhood abuse, military action or other injuries: the body has a way of storing these experiences until we are in a safe environment and ready to deal with them.