What happens during my session?
*Prior to your session you’ll be asked to complete a brief health assessment so I can assess your needs and discuss your expectations. Please inform me of any past or current injuries, surgeries, conditions, allergies, or if you are pregnant. All personal information is kept strictly confidential.
*During your session I will use a variety of pressures and strokes to alleviate muscle tension and create more mobility. If at any time you are experiencing discomfort, please tell me. I may have special powers but mind reading is not one of them; also, pain is not healed with more pain!
*You will be properly covered at all times to keep you warm and comfortable. Only the area being worked on will be exposed, respecting your privacy.
*I travel with everything I need for your session. If you prefer to use your own massage table, sheets, oils, or play your own music please let me know.
*Massage is for everybody + every body regardless of size, shape, skin color, sexual orientation, gender identity, or physical limitation. When you’re on my table you’re just a human being deserving respect and compassion.
What products do I use?
I use a massage gel during your session. It’s hypoallergenic plus paraben, fragrance, and nut-free. It’s loaded with nourishing oils which leave your skin moisturized without feeling greasy! It absorbs easily into your skin so there’s no icky residue on my sheets or your clothing.
What is Ayatana?
Ayatana is from the language of Sanskrit translated as a resting place, sanctuary, or place of sacred fire. From the Buddhist philosophy it refers to the 12 sources of consciousness made up of the six sense organs and senses; it is a way of cognitive thinking, of connecting with the world through the six senses – sight, sound, scent, taste, touch, and thought.