More About Me...
My journey into bodywork initially began as an artist in London, where my focus was on painting, movement and performance. I created pieces that focused on the relationship to our bodies, our anatomy and how the body expresses stories through movement and dance. After finishing art school I made the move to New York to study dance, where I found my fascination in the body evolving more into supportive healing practice. I devoted my time to training as a massage therapist which initiated a new path in schooling, broadening my practice studying modalities such as reiki, myofasical release and craniosacral therapy.
I’ve been a practicing massage therapist for over 8 years and have had the opportunity of working in various different environments such as spas, health clinics, community-based programs and my own personal practice. All of them provided a wide depth of experience and I have had the pleasure of working with so many diverse bodies in different phases of transition.
I have always been deeply passionate about reproductive justice and health, and in recent years have been specializing in supporting folks during the continuum of pregnancy, birth, loss and postpartum as a doula and a body worker. I believe one of the greatest benefits of touch therapy is self- awareness. Once we begin to attune ourselves to our bodies and minds we can start taking the steps towards our own self-healing.
As a massage therapist the intention is to facilitate a listening touch to your body and to bring awareness and release to areas of the body that may feel painful, numb or forgotten. I’m also an avid follower of astrology and the cosmos, a fanatic knitter, lover of wild swimming and dancing is my ultimate joy!
I offer therapeutic massage, pregnancy and postpartum massage sessions at 60 and 90 minutes.
– 60 minute session – $110
– 90 minute session – $150
Pregnancy care package (5 total= 3 prenatal, 2 postpartum)
– 60 minute package – $500
– 90 minute package – $700
“Our body doesn’t want to be pushed. It wants to open up. It wants to feel safe.” – Stephen W. Porges
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