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I am trained in a variety of modalities that can be integrated into any session for no additional cost. When booking, you may choose which modalities you are interested in receiving. Upon arrival, we will further discuss your needs and craft a session just for you. Some techniques take just ten minutes to perform during a session so it is possible to craft a session using several different ones. 

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage is excellent for healing after a surgery, illness, or injury. In addition to being a full body detox, lymphatic drainage decreases swelling, boosts the immune system, and increases mobility. 

Sessions are to be repeated in close succession for best results. 



Cupping is a Traditional Chinese Medicine which uses suction to address a wide variety of problems in the body. It's used to release muscular and fascial tension, remove cellular debris in the muscles tissue, increase range of motion, remove wrinkles, break up scar tissue, and hydrate the cells. 


Craniosacral Therapy

Through light touch starting at the feet and moving upward to several points on the head, the practitioner is able to sense the flow of the Craniosacral Fluid and help realign it to its natural rhythm which moves up and down the body.


Craniosacral Therapy often leaves clients feeling lighter, renewed in spirit and in purpose. It's great for those wanting a fresh start and to say goodbye to old habits.

Gua Sha

Gua sha is a Traditional Chinese Medicine in which a porcelain soup spoon is used to stroke the skin. This motion raises small, red, rash-like dots that show under the skin called petechiae, or "sha." This technique is used to release stuck energy in the muscles to increase range of motion, decrease stress, and improve sleep quality. It's a great addition to any massage and usually takes about 10 minutes.

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger points are points in the body that refer pain to another area of the body. Pressure is applied directly to the trigger point until the knot releases and the referral pain subsides. This is a great option for people who have chronic pain and have not been able to identify the source, like low back pain and headaches.  

Swedish Massage

This technique offers a sense of relaxation and is what a person generally imagines when they think of a "massage". Long strokes and fluid movements. This is typically a full body treatment. This method does not address specific pains but rather promotes a general stimulation of the entire body, leaving you feeling light and rejuvenated. 

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