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Meet Tess Bradley, Advanced Therapist

Tess Bradley, Advanced Therapist

Tess was certified in 1987 and has 1,200 hours training in eastern and western massage, including Thai training in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She loves her work and finds it continually rewarding. In each session, says Tess, she sets an intention to address a person’s needs, to resolve ‘issues in the tissues,’ and to be a grounding presence, connecting with breath and movement so that her d…

Change

the wholeness within

Every thought, word, and action is a pebble in a pool. The ripples circle outward. They eventually reach the shore and then return to us. We are the creators of the life we are living. If we do not like our present circumstances, we have only to look within to see the choices we have made that have brought us here. Only through inner change can we hope to transform our external experience. T…

Let There Be An Opening

Let there be
an opening
into the quiet
that lies beneath
the chaos,
where you find
the peace
you did not think
possible
and see what shimmers
within the storm.
~ Jan…

The Feldenkrais Method®

The Feldenkrais Method

The Feldenkrais Method® is an educational system which uses movement to bring about more effective ways to function. It is an application of principles and exercises that help the body program the brain to benefit the entire body-mind system. A student is taught to become aware of their existing patterns of action and then guided in the discovery of additional possibilities to enhance deeper…

Meet Mindy Sun, Advanced Therapist

Mindy Sun, Advanced Therapist

Mindy specializes in treating clients using Deep Tissue massage for specific complaints as well as for an overall relaxing experience. Her extensive knowledge of human physiology allows her to specialize in neck, shoulder, and back pain relief. During Deep Tissue work, she address both the specific muscles exhibiting symptoms as well as the postural patterns from which they developed. She use a…

More Amazing Brain Facts

Neurons continue to grow throughout human life. For years scientists and doctors thought that brain and neural tissue couldn’t grow or regenerate. While they don’t act in the same manner as tissues in many other parts of the body, neurons can and do grow throughout your life, adding a whole new dimension to the study of the brain, and the illnesses that affect it.

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