The Seeds of your life practices, sprout the Roots of Health.
Riana is not your typical massage therapist. She incorporates Mindfulness coaching with Mat Based Massage and Yoga to help you find calm in the chaos both on and off the mat. She encourages you to honor and love yourself to create a practice of daily self-care.
Together we create a wellness plan that allows you to become more present, grounded and find peace within your busy life. If you are ready to dive in deeper by getting to the root cause of your pain and/or stress.
What To Expect From Your Massage Treatment
If you are a first time client, we need to know more about you, so you need to complete our INTAKE FORM which will arrive in your e-mail. It's a five minute process and it’s necessary for us to understand any medical issues. Massage is very invasive and any physical malady may cause contraindications that could be detrimental to your health. The Therapist will then review your information before we begin treatment. This helps us determine how to fine tune your particular treatment.
A 6 x 9 or size of a twin bed amount of space is required
Mat Based Massage is a clothed treatment Please wear loose comfortable clothing (t-shirt, tank top, sports bra, shorts, athletic paints) that will allow for movement.
TRY AN ENHANCEMENT (50% OFF)
As a first time client, we want you to experience all we have to offer, so you can pick as many of our enhancements as you want at 50% off on your first visit. These are great treatments, like Hot Stones, Dynamic Cupping, CBD Treatments, Biofreeze, and more.
The Therapist is clear what type of treatment to deliver and how to modify it to meet your needs. Throughout the treatment you will be asked about pressure etc. to make sure we are not too deep or too light. Some pain is good with certain types of therapy, think of a nice stretch but always let us know what you are feeling.
How Often Should I Come For A Massage?
In a perfect world, you should get a massage every week. However, if time does not allow, plan a massage once a month. If you are experiencing pain, for example; in your shoulder, lower back or hamstring, you may want to get a few until you gain better mobility in those areas.
Your massage therapist will recommend when you should return for your next session. If you've received enough pain relief from several massage sessions and you feel you are functioning at your best, schedule your follow-up massage appointment next month.
Let’s say you have chronic pain underneath your shoulder blade. You may need three over the course 10 days until the pain is under control. View massage as a maintenance tactic in managing your health and stress levels.
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