While I value one on one sessions, it is evident these sessions will be on hold for the time being. In the interim I can continue to offer you on line/virtual support to discuss your current health and wellness needs. Whether allaying symptoms from menstrual issues, preparing for conception, or needing prenatal and postpartum relief, you can still include the benefits of ATMAT. Know that any hands on body work will not be applied until our first face to face session. Until then, the consultation segment of the initial appointment will include a discussion of your completed intake form. We will put together the pieces of your puzzle history so that I can create a treatment plan of recommendations to include optional therapies and techniques that you can apply in the interim.
I hope that this will help to fill any gaps on your journey to be healed and whole.
Looking forward to working with you.
Peace, Health and Blessings.
Note: The fees for virtual appointments are reduced.
Fisk University, Swedish Institute, College of Health Sciences, Baltimore School of Massage, Arvigo Institute, LLC, CMT, NCBTMB, AMTA, ATMAT Certified Practitioner and Self-Care Teacher, Professional Herbalist, Doula (ICTC), Master Gardener, Mother
I have been a Massage Therapist since 1995. I specialize in medical massage, addressing individuals with fertility, reproductive, and other abdominal issues. I also specialize in lower back/pelvis issues and pain associated with pregnancy and delivery and other traumas to this area. I am an Herbalist, skilled in the application of herbal medicine and nutrition.
I am passionate about educating my clients so they are empowered to make the best choices for themselves. By utilizing the teachings of ATMAT, my intention is to help clear the path to self-awareness through self-care and to help lay a strong foundation for generations to come. I look forward to working with you!
Phone: (202) 607-8450
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