Bodywork that's more than skin deep

Massage therapy is just one part of a healing regimen. Yoga or daily stretching and breathing exercises are key elements in preventing injury, reducing stress and maintaining overall health. They extend the benefits of massage treatments! A balanced diet, exercise, plenty of water and laughter are also important aspects in a healthy lifestyle.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Happy New Beginnings

It's a bittersweet change as I leave Vital Health and Wellness.  What an amazing group of practitioners to share the clinic with since we opened in June 2008!  I love this community because every person is so passionate and dedicated to their healing modality.  Their enthusiasm is contagious and fun, making this indeed a sad good-bye to my massage space here.  But, this isn't good-bye, I'm grateful to continue to be a part of the web of supporters that VHW has. 

It's always been a dream of mine to work from home, a dream now come true!  My husband and I purchased property in SE this year that has a 256 sf shop.  This old shop has been completely transformed into a fresh new massage studio.  Never before have I had the ability to choose every last detail that my space would encounter.  Details that I'm proud of that help our environment: Bamboo floors! High-efficiency windows! Zero VOC Paint!  Armed with a new knowledge of Feng Shui and Space Clearing skills, I've had a wonderful time with this massage studio's transformation. (New beginnings everywhere, I graduated this year from the Portland Feng Shui Institute. I'm now a Feng Shui consultant!) I'm thrilled to begin working out of the 'Soul Meets Body Massage Studio' January 6th, 2010.  What a great way to ring in the New Year! Thank you Vital Health and Wellness for your loving support. Thank you to the community surrounding VHW, your support and warmth will always be felt.   May you all be happy, may you be healthy, and may you and yours be safe.  Big love and 10,000 blessings! 

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