I offer Therapeutic Massage to support your optimum health, functionality, vitality, and strength through relaxation, stress reduction, pain relief, alignment, improved sleep, digestion, immune function and more.
I use Swedish and Deep Tissue techniques including Myofascial Release and trigger point release and suggest clinical stretching and strengthening exercises and self care to support improvements between massages. I’m experienced in massage for chronic pain, overuse and accident injuries and Oncology massage and am a member of the Maine Sports Massage Team. I also love giving luxurious Relaxation massages. See the valuable benefits to relaxation below.
My passion is helping people feel their best. I appreciate the uniqueness of each client, with his or her individual nature and love helping them achieve their goals. I enjoy working with a variety of people including seniors, athletes, those with pain from overuse or injury, complex medical conditions, people with different abilities and those in recovery.
I also practice Shiatsu, a form of Japanese acupressure, which enhances flow in the body’s meridians and restores physical, mental and emotional balance. For more about how it works, see the Services & Rates page.
I'm a Reiki Master practitioner and teacher. In addition to the option of receiving a full-body Reiki session, this energy work can be incorporated into massage sessions. It's also useful for local contraindications for massage such as contusions & fractures, surgery & port sites, inflammation, blood clots, and lymphedema. See more about how it works on the Services & Rates page.
Referral incentive: 20% discount on massages or gift certificates after a referred client comes in for an appointment
Packages: (3) 60 minute massages $195. Save $30.
(3) 90 minute massages $285. Save $30.
Note: Packages are non-refundable and cannot be combined with any other discount.
Student rates: 60 minute massage $50
90 minute massage $80
(See Services & Rates for regular rates.)
What to Expect: For your first visit, we’ll review your health history form as well as your goals for the session (such as stress relief, specific areas of pain relief, or relaxation). Chronic or past conditions, repetitive actions, and often posture, gait, and sleep positions will be discussed.
During the massage, you are comfortably covered with a sheet and blanket. Only the body part being treated is uncovered. A table warmer is also available.
Swedish and Deep Tissue: By releasing tension and restoring balance to soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia), many new or chronic issues can be relieved: headaches, jaw pain, numbness or pain in forearms and hands, as well as pains in the neck, shoulders, back, hips, gluteals, legs and feet.
The Relaxation and mood-lifting components of massage are just as important as pain relief. Relaxation feels wonderful! Also, when muscles are relaxed, they are less likely to press on nerves and blood or lymph vessels. With the "pressure off", the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body is usually freed to operate in happy harmony.
Oncology Massage: Benefits for people who have or have had cancer include deep relaxation, pain relief, reduction in depression and anxiety, improved sleep and many more. Depending on the condition, treatment, timing, lymph node removal, and how the client is feeling, adjustments are made to ensure optimum experience and benefits.
In addition to my private practice I work part time giving focused massages for chronic pain, rehab and workers compensation at the medical office of a Physiatrist (doctor of pain management & rehab). I also work in a Chiropractic office and give massages that loosen tight muscles, support the patients' optimum health and meet additional goals.
Code of Ethics: http://www.ncbtmb.org/code-ethics
To Make an Appointment, go to the "Contact Me" page and call, text, email or send a message. I will contact you and also answer any questions you may have.