Connective Tissue Massage - This type of work is focused on the connective tissue, or fascia of the body. The fascia wraps and binds everything in the body, including the nerves, veins, bones, muscles, and organs. Due to surgery, physical injury, poor body mechanics, and a number of other reasons, our fascia can become tightened, or hardened. CTM works to open, lengthen, and liquify these areas of the body. When applied correctly, CTM helps relieve chronic tension, promotes deep relaxation, enhances self-awareness, improves posture and increases range of motion. People tend to feel lighter, longer, and more open throughout their bodies after a session.
Connective Tissue Bodywork - A combination of Structural Integration, a series of 10 sessions intended to help re-organize the bodies segments around a central axis, and Hypnotherapy, creating a safe place and a trusting relationship to allow for emotional release and healing. Supporting language helps encourage clients that are willing to explore parts of themselves that may need attention/healing.
Profile and Credentials
Graduate of Pacific College of Awareness and Bodywork
Studies include Connective Tissue Massage and Therapy, Structural Integration, Myofascial and Cranial Rhythm interventions, Polarity Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish Relaxational Massage, and Hypnotherapy.
Work Hours and Fee Schedule
Services are offered 7 days a week, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
1 hour = $45.00 ~ in office ~ 1 1/2 hour = $60.00
1 hour = $55.00 ~ out-call ~ 1 1/2 hour = $75.00
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, or to schedule an appointment.
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