Structural Integration involves posture and movement assessment. It balances, aligns and improves freedom of movement. SI is a partnership – you will be asked to move to facilitate fascial release. If there are adhesions, the work may be painful, but results are unlike anything you will get from a relaxation massage and long lasting. SI is completed through a 10 series on a weekly or biweekly basis. Wear or bring minimal clothing to wear during your session.
I practice a form a craniosacral therapy that is best for emotional release and relaxation. I am currently in training program for more clinical craniosacral therapy. I usually combine craniosacral with other modalities listed above.
visceral massage and maya abdominal therapy
The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® support the organs, improving the flow of blood, lymph, nerve and qi. It is useful for enlarged prostate, menstrual problems, menopause, digestive issues, male and female reproductive organ health, and fertility. Sessions include self-massage training.
This massage is great if you are just coming in to work on a specific issue, such as frozen shoulder, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, or headaches. Sometimes you don't know what's wrong, but you are in pain or immobile and want relief. I use varied techniques like deep tissue, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, facilitated stretching, trigger point therapy and orthopedic tests.
I love working with athletes at all levels - people who are trying to get back in shape to competitive athletes. I can improve your flexibility and efficiency of movement, reduce pain, and lower the odds of injury or help you recover from injury. After doing a thorough assessment to identify what needs improvement, I primarily use active release combined with myofascial release for sports treatments.