IN TOUCH HEALING

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Why In Touch Healing?

In Touch Healing is a client centered practice.  I utilize various massage modalities to collaborate and work with each individual client to create a treatment that works best for them.  My main goal is to help create an environment and massage that helps clients get out of their head so they can connect to their body.  So much of our days are spent tirelessly trying to get to the end of a “To Do List.”  I help clients separate themselves from their “do-ing” minds and help them get back in touch with their body; ultimately helping them figure out how to best help themselves.

In Touch Healing offers you an integrated and specialized treatment for what your body needs every session.  Goals change with each session depending on how you feel that specific day.  As an athlete and yoga teacher, I’ve been around just about every body type and have a good understanding of how to best approach each unique situation.

Together, you and I will work to:

  • Alleviate pain & improve range of motion
  • Enhance immunity (boost the functioning of every body/organ system)
  • Promote tissue regeneration (helps prevent scar tissue after an injury)
  • Release endorphins (the body’s natural pain killers)
  • Relieve migraine pain and neck tension

love a challenge and am excited to work with chronic injuries that cause daily unnecessary pain.  Whether you are looking to relax, deal with an old injury or just connect, I love to work with my clients as a team to help them get exactly what they’re looking for.

 

Massage Therapy

 

Services  Offered:

  • Swedish relaxation massage
  • Deep Tissue
  • Myofascial Release
  • Cranial Sacral Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Hydrotherapy (use of heat and cold)
  • Reflexology
  • Stretching
  • Thai Bodywork

I often combine therapies to obtain maximum results.  I love utilizing heat to open up the muscles in combination with deep work.  Also, Myofascial release is very helpful when dealing with deep and chronic injuries (examples- rotator cuff injuries, deep low back pain, neck stiffness, etc). 

 

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