Location: NJ and the NY metro area.
Livingston, NJ, USA
Incalls: Available; Outcalls: Available within the provider's 20 mile range.
Alpine, NJ, USA
Incalls: Available; Outcalls: Available within the provider's 50 mile range.
Style(s): Swedish massage, Deep Tissue, Chair Massage, Hot Stone Massage, & Trigger Point Therapy.
Hours: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
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Description: I am a graduate of the Anthem Institute and a licensed massage therapist in the state of New Jersey. I specialize in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Reflexology, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage, and Hot Stone Massage.
I like to deal with the overall health of my clients and tend to concentrate on trying to find and treat the cause rather than just the symptoms. What I mean by that is, stress, for example, affects the whole body and for the most part is one of the main reasons why we have tight musculature of the upper back and shoulders to name a few. That stress we have in our minds manifests to our physical bodies, and in doing so create many other problems that affect our body's health. Massaging the whole body, though, can put the client's mind at ease and in turn prevent other diseases from happening in conjunction with alleviating any "knots" and other muscular conditions that may have developed. Lets face it, as long as we are alive, we will always have stress bombarding us in our lives, its just how we deal with that stress that can help us live comfortably and make a world of difference.
Massage is able to facilitate the body's innate ability to heal itself and in doing so shorten recovery time dramatically and keeping it from reoccurring sooner. I work with many clients with muscle tightness and tension, pain, both chronic and acute, joint stiffness, tension headaches, limited range of motion, high and low blood pressure and anxiety.
Many believe that massage is some sort of luxury service that is only designated for the uber-rich for the sole purpose of pampering, but it's much more than that! Massage when done right, by someone who knows what they are doing, can be very beneficial to one's health and aid in the healing process. Massage is as instinctive and as natural as eating or drinking. When we bump our heads or cramp up, what is the first thing we do? (besides saying Ooo!!!) we rub the area and or hold it.
I am very well verse in the human anatomy in particular the human musculoskeletal system. I think it's very imortant for a therapist to know where muscles originate, insert, and the action(s) associated with those muscles to better treat clients, or else they are just slabbing oil or cream on you. In addition to that, knowing physiology and many of the pathologies that afflict people is key in knowing what to do or what not to do and when.
I love the art of massage and I love helping people. I feel that l I excel in what I do, because of those two reasons. Massage to me is not just a job or a career, it's my passion and I focus on meeting and exceeding the expectations of my clients.