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Integrative Bodywork

Our body speaks to us all the time,BUT are we listening? Unfortunately it has to scream at us at times in order to get our attention. That is where integrative bodywork comes in. 

An integrative bodywork session is so much more than a “typical” feel-good massage. It is a holistic approach that may include, but is not limited to, massage, movement, cupping, myofascial release and more to help clients reach their self-care goals. The focus of an Integrative Bodywork session is to help you listen to your body, identify the problem and ultimately treat the root cause of the problem providing long term relief.

There is only a small number of issues that can be remediated in a single session. If you have experienced an issue for an extended period of time, it may take several sessions to resolve your issue. I feel it is important to be upfront about this. I have found many people expect a "fix" after 1 session. I get it! It is extremely frustrating to not feel better after dealing with so much pain for so long. Unfortunately everyone needs to remember that it took time to feel this bad; it will take time to feel like yourself again.



Somatic Therapy

Somatic therapy is a body-focused approach to help you establish a relationship with your body. An opportunity to explore and learn what you have been avoiding. It is an opportunity to feel safety and to find freedom in letting go of your past. In the end, there is a freedom to being YOU.

In Somatic Therapy, the initial focus is to help you find and feel safety. For some of this, this can be a simple task and for others (I will raise my hand here), it can be one of the hardest things you will ever be asked To Do. But I promise you, once you find safety, you will find opportunity. Opportunity to experience and discover YOU, without all the social norms, responsibilities, masks, that you have taken on throughout your life.

As you progress on your journey, you will have the opportunity to explore what your body has been holding. The concept, the body keeps the score, is true as true can be. As our experiences, emotions, and stress build in our body, our body finds ways to encapsulate these times to protect us from the hurt or overwhelm of the moment. Accumulation of such experiences, over and over again, can begin to foster feelings such as anxiety, brain fog, depression, anger/frustration, constant fatigue to name a few.

To read more about Somatic Therapy, visit our recent blog post Breaking Free from Survival Mode

Nature-Assisted Therapy

We live in a world of constant change, development, progress, and CONVENIENCE. Though these are not negative concepts per se, the impact they have on our quality of life may have a negative consequence. Regardless of the actual impact I can say that we are growing into a society of shortened attention spans, chronic chaos and “always on”. With rises in anxiety, depression, chronic pain and fatigue, the outcome is not looking great.

But rather than abandoning the progress and convenience to no avail, what if you were given an opportunity to slow down? To disconnect? To recharge? To reconnect with YOURSELF? To find joy?

In Nature Assisted Therapy, you are given the opportunity to do all these things…and more. Nature Assisted Therapy is an opportunity to sit in nature, reignite your senses, and learn about yourself, your body, and your soul. Nature has so many lessons to teach us, and in this guided session, we will take her in and allow her to help you heal, regenerate, be seen, be heard…whatever you need.

Are you ready?

Check out upcoming opportunities in on-going classes and special events for ways you may join me.