Acupressure draws on the principles of Chinese Medicine. Sessions take place fully-clothed on a massage table, or if you prefer, sitting in a chair. I begin the session with some tuina massage to warm up the body and then hold selected pressure points during the session. People often report a great sense of relaxation and a sense of aliveness afterwards. Acupressure also can address specific health concerns. Sessions generally last an hour, though shorter or longer sessions can be arranged.
I have completed the Acupressure Institute's 150 hour program and am currently enrolled in an addition 200 hour training at the Institute. I bring a skillful and compassionate presence to my work with clients. I also have trained extensively in Focusing, a practice that deepens awareness of the body and emotions. In addition to my practice as a bodyworker, I am an oral history facilitator and a writer.
My studio is located near Berkeley in Albany, California, near Solano Avenue. There is plenty of parking and public transit nearby. Contact me at 510-528-5410 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
During the months of January and February, I am offering a special deal: an hour massage session will be $25. After February, the rates will go up. Take advantage of this opportunity!