View of service


A welcoming to clients


My practice is a multiple modality experience to healing and well being.  This practice can incorporate a mind-body-spirit approach to your sessions. Throughout my experiences, I have come to the realization that when we are feeling out of sort, in pain, discomfort, dis-ease, one of these aspects of ourselves is often out of balance.  My approach, with your permission, would be to investigate these components and incorporate the findings into your sessions.   In doing so, there may be a shift in the roles I present to you from massage therapist to energy medicine practitioner to facilitator of knowledge investigation, inner journey work or whatever may be presented. 


Please accept this invitation to express your desire in the service(s) you wish to receive.  If you wish to maintain only a body approach, those skills I have been trained in are available to you.  If you wish for more information on specific areas, I maintain a lending library or can give you other resources.  If you wish to explore spiritual direction, we can open this door together as well.  Your sessions will consist of the choices you desire.


I believe that information is power and empowerment and individual pursuits are necessary to health and harmony.   Above all, at anytime, your comfortable in your sessions are a prime concern to me, please let me know if modifications should be made.  This is your time, your session, and your world.


Thank you.


In my recent instructor’s discussion, this thought was raised “never rely entirely on clients for your total income because the ending result is their brokenness”.  Interesting shift in view but a very important aspect for all professionals in the healing arts.  This opinion brings the professional to a level of responsibility that empowers clients and notes the importance of teaching, self-care and thinking “outside of the box”.  Thank you for your consideration.

8 Responses to View of service

  1. Susan says:

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