I believe that Massage Therapy with the proper microdose of Psilocybin is very beneficial for persons with various conditions. Please contact me if interested in this very special and compassion-driven, empathetic, somatic-oriented bodywork therapy.
This type of Psilocybin bodywork is completely different than my regular massage practice so the pricing is much different. Please text me for pricing and detailed information.
PLUS, you can get a Psilocybin couples massage (NOTE: NOT the same pricing as a regular couples massage) during your psilocybin massage journey by two PROS. Nicola and Melissa, LMT’s.
Supination and pronation in the foot are terms used to describe the mechanics of how you stand, walk, and run. Ideally, your weight should be balanced on your feet as you move. Your feet shouldn’t lean in (pronation) or out (supination). In a proper stride, your foot should roll forward from heel to toe.
Papancha is a term rooted in Buddhist philosophy, particularly within the Theravāda tradition. It refers to the proliferation of thoughts, concepts, and mental elaborations that lead to suffering and confusion. Papancha involves the tendency of the mind to get entangled in unnecessary, often obsessive, thinking and mental formations, which can obstruct clear perception and insight.
Scraping therapy is a form of manual therapy on soft tissues where a small tool is used to gently scrape over soft tissue (fascia, ligaments, tendons, and muscles). This aids in breaking down scar tissue that results from trauma or overuse. Scraping therapy also helps promote a better healing environment by improving circulation in the acute area. Some advantages of scraping therapy include pain relief, a decrease in overall treatment/recovery time, and a reduced need for anti-inflammatory medication. You may benefit from scraping therapy if you’ve been experiencing neck pain, back pain, sprained ankle, torn tendons/ligaments, or chronic pain.
Hakomi theory holds the body to be a window to unconscious psychological material, and trained practitioners work to help those in therapy identify somatic indicators of unconscious beliefs and then bring these indicators into awareness, thus aiding the process of change.
Hakomi Method draws on Buddhist principles of non-violence, (the client leads, the practitioner guides) and Mindfulness (a quiet inward attention on present moment experience, as it is, in the body, now).