I practiced bodywork and massage for 12 full, wonderful years. Due to our current circumstances and remaining in my steadfast and hippocratic belief of “do no harm”, I no longer offer massage as hands-on work in person. However, I feel this has given me an opportunity to teach others how to take care of their loved ones and selves through bodywork, as well as other Massage Therapists. I look forward to helping all in this capacity. You can find online classes and video tutorials coming soon!

Benefits of bodywork:

  • Enhances general health and well-being
  • Relaxes muscles
  • Relieves muscle tension and headaches
  • Helps posture (due to restriction in muscles, joints and/or connective tissues)
  • Improves joint mobility, flexibility and range of motion
  • Help repetitive strain injuries in muscles due to work, hobbies, or other activities
  • Helps secondary pain (such as over-compensation for pain)
  • Improves medical treatment healing time including pre and post-surgery
  • Excellent adjunct therapy for chronic pain
  • Help uncover unconsciously held tension
  • Relieves tired, tight or sore muscles and hastens recovery time for athletes & fitness enthusiasts
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Helps to lower blood pressure
  • Helps to improve weakened muscles
  • Promotes restful sleep
  • Supports effective digestion and breathing
  • Increases attentiveness and learning
  • Increases job performance
  • Relieves stress and anxiety
  • Help “reconnect” mind and body
  • Reduces physical/mental fatigue and increases the level of endorphins
  • Help in recovery process for eating disorders (in conjunction with your health program)
  • Diminishes PMS symptoms
  • Reduces stress and blocks pain during labor
  • Encourages weight growth in premature babies
  • Promotes better sleep and more focus in autistic people and those with ADHD

Life Ritual Bodywork Practices