The secret something that is shared by all effective healing methods
the process of leading the patient to an honest and truthful self-discovery.”
~Dr. John E Upledger

Esalen Massage


Known for its healing and nurturing touch, Esalen Massage combines flowing long strokes, sculpting of musculature, the precision of acupressure and deep tissue release.


This is an intentional form of bodywork which goes beyond physical results by also focusing on energy exchange and psychological well-being.


Esalen Massage tunes the mind and body together to create an

experience of serenity and peace.

Photo by Mackenzie Doyle

CranioSacral therapy approaches and encourages the body as a self-regulating, self-correcting mechanism.


CranioSacral therapy is a gentle, hands on method of evaluating and enhancing the CranioSacral and fascial systems throughout the body.  Light corrective pressure is applied to various areas of the body to release restrictions and promote the re-establishment of a normal, symmetrical pattern of pulsation. 

CranioSacral Therapy

Photo by Mackenzie Doyle

Photo by Mackenzie Doyle

Komyo Reiki Kai Energy Work

Each and every being has an innate ability to heal as a gift from the gods.” ~Mikao Usui Sensei


Komyo = Great light

Reiki =Energy of the universe

Kai = Association or group


Reiki is a vibrational healing modality that works with the subtle energetic field surrounding and penetrating the body, promoting balance throughout the human system.

Photo by Mackenzie Doyle

Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy

Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy brings together aspects of person centered psychology and traditional yogic knowledge to create a powerful method for personal growth and transformation.

Including assisted yoga postures, breath work and dialogue, each Phoenix Rising session develops in the moment, facilitating deep connection for the recipient with their moment to moment internal experience. Steps are explored for integrating this experience into their daily life.

Yoga therapy is often used in conjunction with more traditional forms of treatment, such as psychotherapy and physical therapy.