I began my massage journey ten years ago when I became intrigued with massage as a type of art. Massage helped me find a way to express my creativity through touch, while helping those who need it most. I completely fell in love with the practice of massage therapy when I was 18 and experienced my first professional massage, simply due to the feeling I felt during and after the session. It is truly something that I have made an important part of my life, because I know I am helping people — and there really isn’t any greater reward than that.
My favorite type of session happens when someone is experiencing an issue that they just can’t unwind on their own, such as lack of motion in the neck or a low back issue that has been nagging them for a while. During these sessions, I apply my knowledge of the body and soft tissue techniques in order to provide a better quality of life for the person seeing me in the time frame I am given. I enjoy adding stretching and breath work to these types of sessions, so if you hear me reminding you to let your body relax, and take a deep breath from your diaphragm, that is just me encouraging you to stay aware of how you may need to let go of any current physical or emotional stressors.
- Deep tissue
- Sports massage
- Hot Stone
- Reflexology, I tie this in on the forearms and feet mostly.
- Trigger Point therapy
- Myofascial release
- Whiplash (72 hours after occurrence)
- Forward rotation of the shoulders and hips
- Reduced flexibility of muscles and Range of motion in joints
- Insomnia (Massage allows for a better sleep cycle)
- High Blood pressure (If controlled)
- Digestive issues
Texas Massage Therapy License #MT113084