What to book: I highly recommend a 90 minute appointment for first-time clients, as well as for clients with structural-muscle balancing issues. This allows you to get comfortable and relax in a new environment, and allows me the time to learn and assess the intricacies of your healing needs.
What to plan for: When planning for your session, please allow an additional 15 minutes for pre and post-massage consultation should it be needed.
If you must cancel or reschedule, 24 hours is kindly requested.
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Custom Packages Available upon Request
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My practice is based on the belief that through the five senses we can heal much of ourselves and each other. Bringing together those ideals of calming sights, soothing sounds, healing touch, taste of pure nutrients and the powerful effect of desired smells take the extra load off of our daily paths.
My massages feature the addition of the subtle work of Meridian Massage. Balancing Yin and Yang Qi for Mind, Body and Spirit.
(*Otherwise known as using strategic acupressure in massage*)
Chinese Medicine represents each season with the Five Elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. Each season, I'll share with you the Element and its influences on our minds, bodies, and souls. With these vulnerable elements in mind, my practice evolves with the changing of the seasons.
The Season is: Spring
The Element is : Wood
The Yang Organ is:
TheYin Organ is: Liver
The Emotion: Anger-Kindness
The Sense Organ is: Eyes
Tissue associate is: Ligaments & Tendons
The Weather: Wind
The Action is: Growing
Cycle of Plant: Sprout
You can expect extra focus or questions around this season.
The Wood Element
Wood Energy is active, outward, expansive, growing.
Wood Energy guides the way, insisting that the 'impossible " is indeed possible.
Spring is the beginning of Yang, of birth, new cycle of growth, going up and out, expanding, like children bursting forth with fresh, wild and abundant energy, full of curiosity and ready for action...
Trees gently swaying in the wind rely on the strength of their trunk and roots to hold them up. In humans, we rely on our tendons and ligaments to hold our skeleton upright.
Cindy Black, Meridian Massage