What types of massage therapy do you offer?
I offer Maya Abdominal Massage and Therapeutic Massage. Maya Abdominal Massage is an ancient system of treatment for women's health issues ranging from horrible periods to infertility to menopause issues. It also helps give relief to digestion problems and low back pain. MAM non-invasively targets the muscles that lie inside the abdominal cavity and pelvis--areas that traditional massage therapies literally don't touch. My version of Therapeutic Massage combines a bunch of deep tissue and other techniques to really work out the kinks and give you back your energy. Read about all of my services here.
What's the difference between the Wild Woman Program and a Targeted Program and a regular appointment?
The Wild Woman Self-Care Series and Targeted Programs are all about helping you to heal, not just to make you feel better in the moment. These are in-depth series of treatments, and they include consultations, check-ins, education on self-care, tinctures and castor oil packs and multiple massages. The Wild Woman Self-Care Series is the most intensive and extensive, with a focus on teaching you to heal your body, mind and spirit after the program is finished. Targeted Programs focus on one area--the back, the belly and the uterus.
Regular massage appointments are more about immediate relief or continued care after a program is done.
Do You accept insurance?
I don't, but I do accept HSA cards, and I can give you a receipt to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?
Give me a call or text with at least 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule. Within 24 hours, you may be charged the full appointment price. No shows will be charged for the full appointment.
What forms of payment do you accept?
I accept cash, checks, and credit cards. Any fees assessed for bounced checks will be added to the amount due.
Where are you located? where do i park?
I'm in the Washington Park/Platte Park neighborhood, just off of the I-25 and Downing exit. The building is adjacent to iBody Movement. Please park on the street, not in their lot.