"A healer does not heal you. A healer is someone who holds space for you while you awaken your inner healer, so that you may heal yourself."
Many people are told that they have to learn to live with their pain and there is nothing that can be done. I don't believe that. Pain is the way the body asks for change. Intelligently performed bodywork has the power to listen to what the body is asking and the tools to create the solution.
My goal is listen to to my clients and work together to make a change. I want every person who comes into my office to understand what is happening in their body and to empower them with proper self care for future prevention.
My sessions are not typical massage therapy. I offer unique bodywork modalities based in kinesiology and functional neurology that no one else in Savannah uses. These techniques have helped me tremendously and I am excited to offer them to anyone who needs pain relief, is looking to improve their physical performance or heal an injury.
The human body naturally wants to heal itself. It is my work to facilitate the circumstances in which it will do so and to inspire my clients to take their healing beyond my office and into their own hands.
Manual muscle testing, movement evaluation, reflexive corrections and massage are used to pinpoint and correct problems at a neurological level in order to reduce pain, improve posture and heal injuries, and restore balance in the body.
REINTEGRATING INJURED TISSUE
Gentle but specific work in areas of scarring reduces pain and numbness, smooths out irregular tissue, helps to restore appearance and normal movement after injuries and surgeries.
MANUAL & SPORTS MASSAGE
SOFT TISSUE MANIPULATION
Light, sustained touch on the body and in the biofield activates the natural energetic healing processes of the body to restore physical and emotional well-being.
Targeted deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release, cupping and other modalities are used to relieve stress, loosen tight muscles and improve circulation in areas of the body that are injured or lacking mobility.