glad you asked.
Your muscles receive trauma with injury or surgery, even when they are not directly involved. While recovering, other muscles step in to support and do extra work
Consulting with you personally and collaborating with your care team, supporting you at every stage, our work focuses on the progression of your muscular health
We approach each week with a focused plan that allows you to choose when you are done and what "done" looks like for you
Recovery takes time, but you don't have to wait for a full recovery to start feeling better
...but is it right for you?
ask yourself a few guiding questions
what bothers you most?
The amount of relief massage can offer depends on the condition;
many injuries involve soft tissue, pain affects the nervous system,
and mental health suffers
when the body suffers.
what do you need?
After an injury, the body works harder than ever to rebuild. Recovering from trauma or managing chronic illness requires resilience that needs to be nurtured regularly.
do you have support?
Recovery is taxing, it takes a lot of effort and time. Support looks different for everyone; whether you're on your own or have people to count on, your mind and body need a backup plan.
what can you do?
You are your body's greatest ally, your sense of self is crucial to your physical health. No matter how serious the issue, you have power to influence the course of your healing.