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Benefits of Myofascial Bodywork

I specialize on working with athletes, those in chronic pain, and those in physical therapy--both post-surgery and to offset surgery, post-injury. The work I do can help people coping with: 

  • Athletic injuries (strains, sprains, etc.)
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation (joint replacements etc.)
  • Migraine headaches
  • Chronic low-back pain
  • Rotator cuff injuries and frozen shoulder
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Bunion pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Postural problems & dysfunction 
  • Whiplash & spastic torticollis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Phantom limb pain
  • Scar tissue restrictions/adhesions
  • Pregnancy
  • Birth Trauma


Call or Text Now to Make an Appointment!

Sessions Available Most Days; by Appointment Only

*A Sliding Scale is available to those in need. Please call me to discuss this on an individual basis. It does not apply to packages.




Fascia: More than We Thought


Here's an interesting read from the New York Times about the importance of fascia--don't just take my word for it!

Fascia: The Key to Better Health?





30 Minute Session


Package of 3: $120

You will receive 30 minutes of Integrative Myofascial Bodywork. A Structural Evaluation is included. 

2 Hour Sessions Available Upon Request
Price: $165
Does not apply to Distinctive Services

60 Minute Session


Package of 3: $225

You will receive 60 minutes of Integrative Myofascial Bodywork. A Structural Evaluation is included.

90 Minute Session


Package of 3: $345

You will receive 90 minutes of Integrative Myofascial Bodywork. A Structural Evaluation is included.

Children's Pricing
Children respond best to Cranio-Sacral work & Dynamic Body Balancing.
Time frames are those best suited for each age group. 





Dynamic Body Balancing


Dynamic Body Balancing is a specific type of bodywork that utilizes myofascial release/unwinding, cranio-sacral, and energetic techniques to facilitate healing. The client is worked on in a standing and/or sitting position, and is fully clothed. It is a strongly "motion-based" healing modality that has a dance-like quality to it, often with active client participation. It is great for babies and pregnant women. *Session time is 50 minutes


Orthopedic/Clinical Rehab Massage

Call for Individual Consultation

Orthopedic and Clinical Rehabilitative massage is meant specifically for people in chronic pain and/or those suffering an injury, athletic or otherwise. It is taken on a case-by-case basis. It is best and easiest to call for a brief phone consultation and to discuss options. 

Structual Integration


Structural Integration is based on the 10 sessions of Rolfing® and addresses the fascia in a very specific series. I am certified in this technique though the Lyons Institute. The 10-session series can be purchased individually or as a package in 3 installments; call or email for details.

*Discount for package

 Each session varies in length from approximately 70-90 minutes.


I also offer the additional services, most of which have a myofascial element. Price is per service. Discounts for multiple services can be considered if discussed before session and as time allows. Clients may also choose to 'trade' some time from their session if they would like one of these services but don't want to pay extra.

  • DRY CUPPING: $20--up to 2 areas of the body; approximately 20 minutes (not TCM wet cupping)
  • GUA SHA: $20--AKA Scraping or Spooning, similar to Cupping or Graston™ work; 2 areas of the body, approx. 20 minutes
  • GUA SHA FOR FACE: $15--15 minutes; very soothing, but no "red marks" as one gets with body Gua Sha 
  • KINESIOTAPING: $20--up to 2 areas (requires client be lotion-free beforehand)
  • EAR CANDLING: $20--takes about 10 minutes per ear
  • DRY BAMBOO OR STONE WORK: $10--10 minutes; done over clothes (or sheets); at end of Integrative Myofascial Session
  • OUT-CALLS: Cost dependent on session length/type, availability, and distance (up to 20 miles). FOR ESTABLISHED CLIENTELE ONLY

LATE & NO-SHOW POLICY: Late arrivals may affect one's session time. IE: 15 minutes late = 15 minutes less bodywork time. One is considered a "no-show" after 30 minutes; at this point, I reserve the right to cancel the session unless the client agrees to pay the full price of their session while still receiving the deducted time. If a person is a repeat no-show (more than once), alternate therapy arrangements may be discussed. 

CANCELLATION POLICY: Ideally, please give me about 24 hours notice (or evening-before, for a morning appointment) if you need to cancel a session. Of course, I do realize that sometimes "life happens," and if you are ill, most definitely stay home! Chronic day-of cancellation (after the 3rd time), however, may lead to alternate therapy recommendations. 

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