February 20, 2012
While working in long term care and rehabiltation settings as a Certified Occupational Therapist Ass't., realized that many healthcare workers themselves were not well. On my own path to wellness i have been able to help my clients and patients to define for themselves how wellness looks and feels. Wellness could be defined as being happy unpaused. No one should have the power to make you feel less than. Only you should choose how you express your divine gift. Living with pain is not the only option.20yrs of melding together the principles of Occupational Therapy with the healing modalities of Therapeutic Massage to address soft tissue dysfunction in clients of every age and bodytype to restore structural integration for positive growth and potential for change.
Licensed Massage Therapist/ Certified Occupational Therapy Ass't. with a career working for healthcare companies seeing patients in nursing homes, clinics, hospitals, and home health. We cater to special populations because you are special and deserve the best! Our clients range in age from infant to 104yrs. Water massage, Hippotherapy, chair massage or mat, we bring the quality touch to the "table". Myofascial release, Myoskeletal alignment technique, Cranial work and many Neuromuscularmethods for an individualized total body treatment.Nationally Certified Level 2 Geriatric Massage Therapist with many years of advanced bodywork techniques.
Just returned from hiking the Lost Mine Trail in Big Bend National Park, stopped on the way home at Balmorea State Park to soak in San Solomon Springs. Stretching is the name of the game today!
Managing member, Licensed Massage Therapist of Cen-Tex Senior Massage, LLC. Here's hoping our professional relationships can heal more folks!
An excellent panel of experts in many areas of wellness!