Over the years, I have been very fortunate to work with wonderful clients. Moms, weekend warriors, dedicated athletes, teachers, and administrators that are all hard working people invested in their health. While working hard is their norm, many of them come to me to help fill in the gaps. In my quest to find the best and most efficient treatment for my clients, I have found that Craniosacral filled in those gaps. Craniosacral has allowed them to find balance between working and resting. I’ve found it not only calms the nerves and eases sore muscles, but also helps my clients find focus.
There is a particular group though who are near and dear to my heart — mothers and their babies. Its hard work to grow a little person, bring them into the world and raise them! Not only is it a hard transition for mothers, but growing and viewing life for the first time can be quite overwhelming for babies. The good news is, there are ways to make their adjustment easier. New mothers and babies could use a little extra support. Craniosacral has been the answer for my daughter and I. That extra TLC made a huge difference for us, and I’d like to pass that on to you.
I love the work I do. I absolutely love Craniosacral therapy and massage. It’s an amazing feeling being able to work together to help you (and possibly your baby!) feel calm, centered, and way more zen.
- Bachelor of Science - Zoology, University of Washington, 1999
- 1000 hour Massage Licensure Program - Brenneke School of Massage, 2002
- many hours of continuing education 2002 - present
- State of Washington Small Animal Massage endorsement, 2004
- State of Washington Intraoral Massage endorsement, 2008
- Pre-/Perinatal massage certification, 2009
- 275 hour Craniosacral Therapy Certification, 2010
- 265+ hours of Advanced Craniosacral Education, 2011- present