Aroma Therapy

Aroma Therapy added to massage is a powerful combination for physical and emotional well being.  We offer comprehensive training in the use...Read more


Check out our ebook on Chapman’s Neurolymphatic Reflexes, an approach that can be easily incorporated into your bodywork practice.... Read more..

Spiral Synergy™

Spiral Synergy™ is a perfect painless approach to use with clients sensitive to the lightest pressure...Read more

Intuitive Cranial Sacral

Intuitive Cranial Sacral therapy uses the body’s own healing capacity to bring balance to the body in a gentle way.  Read more

Fascial Freedom™

Connective tissue is the most abundant tissue in the human body, responsible for maintaining our posture, supporting movement, routing nutrients to the cells and carrying waste away from the cells. When these tissues become stuck or dried out the smooth, pain-free functioning of our body suffers. Connective tissue is a broad term including such diverse structures as blood, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Fascia is further classified as deep, superficial and subcutaneous. These can be misleading since the fibers that make up fascia are continuous and interlocking across the depths of our body structure.

The structural components of fascial tissues makes them very responsive to gentle pulling and compressive forces. The gentle Fascial Freedom techniques are designed to take advantage of this responsive nature making Fascial Freedom ideal for people of all ages and health levels.


Learn to apply these non-invasive myofascial release techniques to the shoulder, neck, back and legs. Through instructor demonstration and supervised hands-on practice, specific skills of following myofascial stress patterns, projecting focus to adjoining areas of the body, positioning the body to reduce strain and establishing energetic contact are explored and developed. The combination of these skills allows effective interaction with recipients demonstrating low tolerance to pressure or discomfort.