Has life taken a toll, leaving you with aches and pains, tension patterns, stress, injury, or chronic conditions that keep you from living the fully embodied, present, connected, and active life you desire?
Welcome! I’m MaryAnn Reynolds, a licensed massage therapist working in West Lake Hills near central Austin, Texas, and I can help. I offer a practical and empowering approach to wellness, integrating multiple modalities in sessions that help your body reorganize in a more functional, beneficial way.
If you’re interested in working together, please call me at (512) 507-4184 so we can talk about your needs and find out if my services are a good match.
If we’ve worked together previously or you’re willing to take a chance, please feel free to make an appointment online (see Services). You can view openings and schedule an appointment for the session length or type(s) of bodywork you desire.
You may also call me, tell me what you’re seeking, and I’ll book it for you. 512-507-4184.
Whether you or I schedule your appointment, you’ll receive a confirmation/reminder email that includes a link to a map, an overview of the basics about my practice, and if desired, a text reminder the day before your appointment.
Special Opportunity: Craniology
If you enjoy multi-hands bodywork, this is for you! On Saturday, February 25, Carol Willess, certified reflexologist, and I will be offering Craniology (Craniosacral Therapy + Reflexology = Craniology) at my Westlake office. We’ve never done this before (and we may never do it again), but we think it could be quite an amazing experience. We suspect that when two people are doing different bodywork modalities at each end of your body, your mind will surrender so deeply, you’ll leave in a state of calm, grounded, fluid bliss. Come find out! Sessions are limited, so book early.
Introductory Specials: Zero Balancing and Craniosacral Therapy
Add 30 minutes of either Zero Balancing or Craniosacral Therapy to any session at no charge through the end of February 2017.
Introducing Fibromyalgia Relief
New research has concluded that the most effective manual therapies for those suffering from the chronic pain of fibromyalgia are craniosacral therapy combined with myofascial release. I use these techniques in 60- or 90-minute sessions to deepen your relaxation and release tension in your most painful areas. Research subjects said they felt less pain a month later.