I've spent years building my knowledge of the human body. With the techniques I use, you should experience relief from your injuries.

I treat a wide range of clients with different needs; from sports-related injuries to accident sufferers to those with scoliosis or fibromyalgia. These are conditions that are most effectively treated with NMT.

Techniques

All sessions are done through clothing. Please wear something comfortable that allows for easy movement.

Neuromuscular Therapy (St. John Method)

Developed by Paul St. John, LMT, Neuromuscular Therapy is a blend of applications and an ongoing study of the dynamic principles of several natural laws.

Originally conceived and born out of necessity to find treatment and relief from acute and chronic pain, Paul St. John was himself a multi-accident victim.

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) involves the following principles:

  1. Structural Balancing and symmetry. When the body is asymmetrical then the muscular system must become part of the support (skeletal) system to keep it balanced in gravity. Muscles move bones, and through the soft tissue, the skeletal system can be re-aligned without being forced into place. The body's dynamic geometry is always trying to achieve balance. It creates many different tension patterns when in trauma.
  2. Nerve Entrapment. Caused by hypertonic (tense) muscle or bones or discs impinging upon a nerve or nerve bundle. This causes more pain or tension anywhere along the neural pathway.
  3. Inflammation. Best treated through the nervous system by acupressure. Often a result of overuse or acute trauma.
  4. Proprioceptic Neuromuscular Facilitation. ( PNF ) stretching the ligaments and tendons to relax a specific area or group, while re-educating the neural pathways so the pain pattern does not recur.
  5. Active release techniques. Involving participation of the client to release muscle/tendon that is stubborn.
  6. Adhesions. Connective tissue can be extremely restrictive, “ grabbing ” large areas and throwing the skeletal symmetry out of alignment.
  7. Arthritis, of many forms. Joint limitations.

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a direct hands on treatment and involves no drugs or machinery. It is the preferred modality of many national sports teams and those suffering from back pain, sciatic pain, frozen shoulders, whiplash and migraines.

CranioSacral® Therapy

Developed by Dr John Upledger, D.O, F.A.A.O. CranioSacral® Therapy is a deep blending of the body and mind.

The therapist and client become in synch with the subtle electrical currents of the brain and the rhythm of the cerebral spinal fluid. The CST therapist can direct the body's own intelligence to facilitate it's own healing ability.

This often can lead to profound changes and has an effect of synchronizing or balancing the systems of the body.

Many clients report a flood of new thoughts or awareness and a deeper connection with themselves.

Somatic Emotional Release

The cells that comprise our being each have intelligence. They collectively record our personal history, including environmental adaptations and physical and emotional trauma. Trauma is encapsulated by the body to protect the other areas from its injury. The body doesn't know the difference between physical or emotional trauma. SER is a process that elicits communication with the body's cellular memory and with a facilitator, brings integration of these imbedded experiences to help create a functional relationship with the mind/body. This work can be profoundly pivotal in self acceptance, and re-integrating the energy of old wounds.