In my free time, I enjoy staying active, which has always been a priority in my recovery process. Cycling, roller skating, and stand up paddle boarding are some of my favorite activities.
I learned about pain and recovery through many injuries I sustained while working as a bike messenger. That pain has given me a unique perspective to draw from in helping people to overcome pain and dysfunction in their lives.
I've gained valuable first-hand knowledge and understanding in scar tissue release, the emotional side of pain and how the patterns our bodies go into after trauma can be reset. I use my intuition and creative problem solving skills to work with you in an individual way, rather than employing a set routine.
In a similar way, I use different tools and approaches to foster relaxation and healing in each for each patient, paying attention to both the energetic and physical flux and flow between mind and body.
Before going into Massage Therapy, I had a variety of different high-paced careers. While in college I studied Recreation Park and Tourism Sciences, which furthered my love and appreciation of the outdoors.
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