Structural Integration

  • Increases Energy & Stamina
  • Relief From Chronic Pain
  • Improves Your Posture & Balance
  • Supported Recovery from Injury, Surgery and Illness
Structural Integration (SI) is a holistic approach designed to address the entire fascial structure. At the same time, it is also a teaching protocol for improving postural alignment and integrated movement.

Connective Tissue Massage (CTM)

Why CTM?
  • Restores Length and Flexibility to The Muscular System
  • Releases Held Patterns of Tension and Pain
  • Improves Posture
CTM uses the same techniques of fascial release as Structural Integration (SI), but stays at the more superficial layers of the connective tissue. This does not mean the work is superficial; deep change can be felt through the release of superficial fascia.


What is Reiki?
  • Hands On Energy Work
  • Received Through Your Clothing
  • Relaxing and Restorative
  • Painless
Reiki is an ideal treatment for sensitive individuals who do not desire soft tissue manipulation but will benefit from the healing power of educated touch.

Therapeutic Massage

What to Look Forward to:
  • Improves Circulation
  • Relaxation of Body & Mind
  • Pain and Stress Reduction
  • Enhanced Body Awareness
This massage uses the flowing technique of Swedish massage while touching into the myofascia for deep tissue release. My touch always communicates alignment as I work.

Additional Information

Organizations I am involved with

SI has been a passion of mine from the moment I first touched into the body’s fascial layers during my first Connective Tissue Massage class with John Latz (Institute for Structural Integration) in 2002. In the years since, I have devoted myself to learning this powerful treatment mode and offering its benefits to my clients.

In June of 2017 I completed a 240 hour yoga teacher training at 5 Koshas  in Wausau, WI.  I teach from the Viniyoga tradition, a breath centered style which emphasizes linking each movement with the inhale or exhale.  I continue my learning and practice in asana, pranayama, meditation and study and chant of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.

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