Bodywork Approach

All Bodywork sessions are temporarily on hold until further notice


“Tis in ourselves that we are thus or thus. Our bodies are our gardens to which our wills are gardeners.” ~William Shakespeare,

Approach to Bodywork

With nearly two decades as a holistic healer, I provide a comforting, healing, and professional experience. By listening carefully to your individual needs and preferences, I aim to support you in connecting to greater comfort and nourishment through a sensitive and experienced touch. Mettafusion bodywork integrates aspects of Hakomi-informed principles and techniques, Acupressure, Thai, Swedish, Aromatherapy, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, and Deep Tissue modalities. Great for stress reduction and releasing stuck patterns that are physically expressed in the body. All bodywork  at Mettafusion is unique, in that it is performed on a Shaitsu matt for optimal pressure and relaxation.

Hakomi-Informed Bodywork

As a Hakomi-informed bodywork practitioner, I utilize Hakomi-informed techniques, in combination with Eastern and Western modalities. This provides a unique and meaningful type of massage therapy, which can deeply support the nervous system. In turn, this can support the release of limiting beliefs that are physically expressed in your body, as well as reduce the body’s trauma responses.

Essential components of Hakomi-informed bodywork include the principles of Unity, Organicity, Mindfulness, Non-violence, Mind-Body Holism, Truthfulness, and Mutability. By integrating gentle body manipulation with these principles, a bridge between mind and body can be created, allowing for a greater sense of balance, peace, and nurturance.

It is important to note that while Hakomi-informed bodywork is a physical adaptation of Hakomi psychotherapy, it is not a psychotherapeutic method. Rather, it integrates the elements of Hakomi psychotherapy in a physical way to help clients understand what their body’s structure and movements are trying to express.

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