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After my training for massage therapy in Seattle, I spent my first few years of practice watching people drag themselves in for massage ... after a work week of thinly-stretched nerves, traffic jams, and take out dinners.

Later, working at a surf school in the Dominican Republic, I saw how much their chronic pain could dissolve...just by being on vacation and doing what they loved!

During my five years in the DR, I learned reiki, did tons of meditation, beach-walking, and writing. The tropical moon was my constant companion. I was in love with life! 

Eventually, though, I came back to Boston, in my home state of Massachusetts, because I felt it was time to get back to "real life"... whatever I thought that was ...

Real life turned out to be re-establishing myself locally at Healthworks Fitness Center in Boston's Back Bay. From there a opened my own practice with a chiropractor on Newbury Street.

Soon I was back to the same grind I'd experienced in Seattle.

I soothed aching necks and backs as best I could, but I knew massage was only part of the solution for persistent pain and stress-related symptoms.

I knew my clients' mindsets, hearts, and souls were also hurting.

So I pursued training in energy and mindbody methods that treat the whole person. As I learned true whole-person healing, I noticed changes in myself!

My own migraines and other chronic pains subsided. I felt more confident. I became dissatisfied with the status quo I'd locked myself into without even realizing it! I changed how I worked and I changed relationships that no longer served me. 

Now I want for others what I found for myself ... that freedom from pain and from the stress of living a superficial life, built on the opinions and values of others and not our own.

Our world is changing. People are awakening to their spiritual selves, seeking truth and authenticity in their life choices. My mission is to support people in seeing themselves as I see them: unique, perfect and whole, exactly as they are.

"Healing" doesn't have to be mysterious and elusive. It means that you love and accept yourself radically. It can happen any moment. If you're here, this might be your moment.

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