I approach massage and bodywork
holistically. My clients leave more in balance than
they were when they walked in. My work with my clients
is not about just fixing one body part - it's about
the person's whole wellness.
It's important to me to
look at how the person is in their body and in their
life. This guides my approach to their physical concerns.
I look at the person's lifestyle, aspects of their life,
body issues, and activities, how they use their bodies
during the day, and take all of that into consideration.
I bring to my massage work
what's important to me in life. My experiences in yoga,pilates,
gyrotonics, dance training, weight & functional
training, nutritional education, and spiritual &
personal growth informs and enhances my work.
I have deep and broad experience
in massage techniques and approaches. I have been a
licensed massage practitioner since 1978. Between 1978
and 2003 I worked in several spas and clinics in Seattle.
I have maintained a private practice since 2003.
I graduated from Brenneke
School of Massage in 1979 and completed additional training
at Acadia School of Massage.
I believe strongly in developing
and refining my skill through continuing education.
Selected Continuing Education includes:
- Advanced massage
training with Brian Utting
training through Bastyr, Upledger and Ursula Pop
- Nutritional Education
- Reike training
- Cupping with the
International Cupping Therapy Association
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