Licensed Massage Therapist (L.M.T.) & Certified Health Coach (C.H.C.)
When was the last time you left a L.M.T. session feeling like the therapist ‘knew’ where all of your aches were? Does your L.M.T. 'hear' you? Are things broken down and explained or offered without having to ask questions?
Yes, other places charge $50, $40 & even as little as $30. How hard do you think your therapist will work? This is physical labor. Therapists who provide this real therapy understand what your body needs and apply the knowledge accordingly leaving you amazed on just how different therapists can actually be. Why do we understand so well? Because we actually provide therapy, we know what aches are like and keeps us in mind of what you are experiencing and what works.
Some places aren't as concerned about client privacy. If a couple is a client of mine, neither will know when the other has an appointment. Privacy is a must according both ethics and HIPAA compliance. Besides, it's simply the right thing to do.
Sometimes clients purge as they will to a hairstylist or bartender. These moments are held in confidence. I am not a counselor but I will be a safe place for you to be you. I accept all who have good energy. I do not keep those with negative energy, keeping my therapy room a 'clean' space.
Receiving massages should be in a place where one can re-balance both mentally as well as physically. One should be able to mentally recoup as well as physically.
Some Of My Continuing Education
Certified Health Coach
Plantar Fasciitis 12/2020
Certified Health Coach 11/2020
Back Pain & Herniated Disc 2019
Infectious Diseases Laws & Ethics Headaches Back Pain Fascia Release
Applied Kinesiology Sports & Neuromuscular Basics
Trigger Point Therapy For Backaches
Facelift Massage 2007
HIV- Ethics - Privacy
NCBTMB (National Certification Board For Massage & Bodywork) 2002
Nevada Career Inst. - NCI Las Vegas, NV 06/2001-2 GPA 396 (academic honors)
1992 PLDC (Military Leadership Development Course)
1988 O.R. Tech Army Reserves
SPD Certification Examination Of Infectious Diseases Program, VHA Patient Care Services - Department of Veterans Affairs Certified Registered Medical Supply Technician Army Reserves
Dental Hinman Table Clinician Medical College of Georgia
EMT/Field Medic Army National Guard 1988 Certified Dental Assistant Army National Guard
Less surgeries could possibly be had. Lessen the need for Botox, even. Muscles attach to bone & when it's tight it pulls and the tension begins a domino effect that also pulls skin causing a sagging look. One shoulder can look higher than the other. It's truly amazing how we can feel and look when the musculoskeletal system is relaxed as it should be. UNFORTUNATELY, modern medicine has become a ridiculous level of shady business, the concern for our health is been marginalized by the concern for a fat wallet.
Okay we have credentials, but how is the massage? Are the details paid attention to? Are things explained so you can possibly help yourself, too? If you are looking for a relaxed atmosphere with professionalism, give me a call. Live and let live. Massage helps your structural alignment get set back to default. We get deep in there (probably more than your chiropractic massage) so you can eventually no longer need chiropractic adjustments. After all it's tight muscles that pull bones out of alignment. Hopefully that makes sense? Remember, everyone is different so let's treat everyone as such. :-)