There’s no denying we’re in a difficult time. Not only are we dealing with a silent, invisible enemy, but we’re also seeing division among people on an extreme scale. My intention is to educate the public on the inclusivity of massage and bodywork; everybody can benefit from massage, and every person is welcome on my massage table…always.
For quite some time, massage has been seen as a luxury. A luxury, seen by many, as mainly reserved for a specific race, with a specific income, in a specific area of town. I’m here to tell you that massage is inclusive of every demographic known to mankind. The only prerequisite necessary is the desire to find healing, peace, and relaxation. Massage isn’t just a luxury, it’s health care. It doesn’t look at the clothes you wear, the car you drive, or where you grew up. It doesn’t care what you believe as long as you have the willingness and open mind to receive care. Work in an office all day at a desk and you’re experiencing neck pain? Book your appointment. Work outside building houses or working on landscaping and have back issues? Book your appointment. Work in retail with a high amount of stress? Book your appointment. Work in a factory all day doing manual labor? Book an appointment. Are you a stay at home parent who just needs a minute of relaxation after another full day? Book your appointment.
Although to some it may seem obvious to some, to others, the idea of coming into an establishment and being physically and emotionally vulnerable to a complete stranger can be worrisome. So, I want to state very clearly that no matter what your race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, income bracket, or body type, massage therapy is for you. I strive to make my space as welcoming and inclusive as possible for everyone, so please don’t hesitate to make an appointment, speak openly with me when necessary, and receive the bodywork you so desperately need. Your body speaks, and I listen. Whatever has been holding you back, put it aside, and come on in.
In health and wellness,