I received my Associates in Occupational Studies for Therapeutic Massage Therapy from Heritage College. Going to school for massage was one of the best things I have ever done for myself. I not only have found something I love to do, it helped to transform my life and myself personally. I tended bar and served for a decade, and while I enjoyed many aspects of it such as giving great service and connecting with others, I felt something was missing. I was exposed to holistic healing modalities at a very young age, and had a defining moment when I was ten that validated "alternative" treatments for me. Massage has given me an opportunity to do everything I love and feel passionately about. I love the connections I make with people, and enjoy serving others. I also can give them a service that benefits their lives and health.
Massage is more than just rubbing sore muscles. It's also more than just a luxury or something you do on vacation. Massage benefits every system in your body. It does relax your muscles and helps you to let go of tension and tight spots, as well as so much more. For many it treats insomnia, promoting restorative sleep. It relieves stress, anxiety and depression which are the root of so many physical diseases. Massage promotes cardiovascular health, helping to reduce blood pressure and increase circulation. Chronic headache sufferers notice a huge difference with regular massage. Women with PMS feel relief of all symptoms-physical and emotional. The lymph system moves more efficiently, thus improving the immune system. Lymph drainage is very important for preventing cancer. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, stated " Healing begins with an aromatic bath and daily massage". I believe massage to be something we do regularly as a part of our health routine. It prevents disease, feels great, improves our mood and it is effective. I not only believe what I say, I benefit from it. I stay active and healthy in mind, body and spirit. I also receive regular massages. I love what I do, and I live what I do.
Some of my services include Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Young Living's Raindrop Technique ®, Hot Stones, Reiki, Swedish, and Deep Tissue. I use Hawaiian coconut and kukui nut oil and/or Biotone creme as well as Young Living™ essential oils (I ask if or what kind of allergies my clients may have). I am happy to answer any questions and can be reached by phone (816) 824-0531, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook Savannah Freemyer or through the "Contact Me" tab on this site. I look forward to hearing from you! Do something good for yourself, get a massage. Your body, mind and spirit will thank you!