meet the practitioners


B is a hands-on Body-Mind based therap that I use as the foundation for my hands on bodywork.  It brings clarity to the body, grounds you into your body and closer to your "zero point." 

Birthed From Dr. Fritz Smith ZB combines techniques from Osteopathic Manipulation, Acupuncture and Meditation.  It is an integrative method that addresses physical, emotional, mental and spiritual layers of the whole Self.  

In a session one typically experiences; relaxation, sensations of a "feel good pain" and expanded states of consciousness. 



eiki is a natural, effective and simple technique that can be used to accelerate physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual healing on oneself and on others.  "Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing.  It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive.  If one's Life force energy is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy."



am so excited to be able to offer you a general Polarity Therapy session as part of your treatment.  Polarity Therapy addresses all dimensions of ones being, as it is rooted in ancient eastern and western medical healing sciences.  Its "core idea being an energy-based understanding of healing and transformation.." and truly has no limits to the depth and beneficial effects on your body, mind and spirit.  

Polarity therapy uses a combination of hand techniques on the body, facilitating rocking, compressions and holds that can be Sattvic, Rajasic or Tamasic in quality.  hese "..three gunas are the most subtle qualities of Nature that underlie matter, life and mind. They are the energies through which not only the surface mind, but our deeper consciousness functions. They are the powers of the soul which hold the karmas and desires that propel us from birth to birth. The gunas adhere in Nature herself as her core potentials for diversification." (David Frawley)