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Deep Feet Bar Therapy

Deep Feet Bar Therapy is now available for those who relish a deep and luxurious massage!  Appointments are $65 for 45 minutes, or $80 for 60 minutes.

New Modality!!

In December I will be going down to San Diego to be trained in Ashiatsu!  It'll be a class in Deep Feet Bar Therapy (sounds so cool right?)  This will be good for all my clients (and you know who you are) who like very hard pressure because I will be able to deliver pressure without the pointy-ness of my thumbs.  Totally awesome!  The nice thing about using my feet will be the ability to adjust the pressure to however hard or gentle you want it.  And I gotta tell you, the spot between your shoulder blades is amazingly good with a foot.

Healing!

I have noticed that it really seems to take a LONG time to come back from any sort of surgery or illness....Please be easy on yourself when recovering.  I am sure you've all heard: "It's not going to happen overnight." but it's true, and whatever progress you make, however long it takes to make it, and even if you feel like you're going 3 steps forward and 1 back, it's where you're at, and that's okay. Just keep trying to get better.  It WILL come!

Water water everywhere

I've noticed that now that it's rainy, people are wanting to slack off on the water intake.  Don't.  Water is very necessary no matter WHAT time of year it is.  Please continue to drink.  Especially before and after massage.  If you don't, and the work was especially vigorous, or you've not had massage in a while, chances are you'll feel icky the next day.  It's not the flu, it's not enough water.  Drink up!