Below you will find some general information about my massage training. As a professional, I have made this my lifes work. Learning is important to me and I have worked hard to hone my skills. I look forward to sharing them with you.
While I enjoy practicing all of these massage techniques, it is common for me to integrate some of each of them during a massage. At the beginning of each massage, I will usually ask my clients about any areas of stress or discomfort they are experiencing. If you don't tell me, I'll just find them anyway!
Mostly, I just refer to my style of massage as "Meat and potatoes massage." You know, the "good stuff." None of that fluff and buff that you typically get in a spa setting.
One of the most common questions I get asked is, "How did you get into colon hydrotherapy?" I agree this is not a profession that many people would aspire to do. However, that said, I don't believe that I just fell into it either. After dealing with many sick clients in my massage practice for years, I felt the need to offer them something more than just massage for relief of their symptoms.
Given that we are exposed to toxins from the environment, water, and our food sources everyday, it only stands to reason that this would effect the general health of our bodies. Colon-hydrotherapy is a gentle method by which these toxins can be removed from the body via the colon. After receiving several sessions myself, I was amazed by how much better I felt and started referring clients out for colon-hydrotherapy.
After a number of years of seeing the direct benefits of colon-hydrotherapy, I decided I wanted to provide colonic services in addition to massage.
I use only the best quality massage creme, essential oils, and crisp clean linens from a quality linen service. My massage table is the best that money can buy. It will position you exactly where I need you so I can get the best leverage to work those knots out of your back without putting knots into mine. It is my goal to create the most peaceful and serene experience for each of my clients. All-in-all, you will leave wondering where have I been all your life. In fact, I jokingly have stopped counting the number of marriage proposals I've received over the years.