You know we aren’t meant to do it all ourselves, right? Consider this like putting your oxygen mask on first, so you can thrive and connect with others. Below you’ll find more about therapeutic sessions, and links to easily book online. If you are new to me, or haven’t done my online paperwork, please fill out the intake form and rescheduling policy that appears when booking. Thanks!
Do you have some issues in your tissues? Maybe you just need to be loved on (that’s usually why I get a massage.) Based on what your body, mind, and soul are asking for during a session, I pull techniques from my toolbox including myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point, marma points (indian acupressure), polarity therapy, swedish relaxation, table thai, reiki, and whatever else I intuit. Yes, this includes deep work, no I don’t give fluffies or happy endings.
You know you should do yoga, but you’d rather someone else do it for you.
Thai Yoga Massage is a gentle and relaxing combination of acupressure, compression, and assisted stretching. This work feels like a very physical experience, but it also helps to balance the energetic body.
Please note: wear clothing that allows you to move freely!
Private yoga is more than just nailing that headstand – it’s helpful for so many issues. Yoga can support recovery from surgery or injury, trauma, mental health issues, and much more. A session might look like a private lesson, or it might look like a consultation with a special take-home practice to support your needs.
Why isn’t my location obvious? Because I mainly practice out of my home, I don’t post it all over the internet. When you book, the email you receive tells you where to go. To give you an idea, my house is in the Nason’s corner neighborhood of Portland, ME. Very close to Lowe’s between exits 47 and 48 on I-95. I have cats at my home practice, so if you have bad pet allergies, let’s connect via email before booking to discuss an alternate location.