Welcome!

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I’m MaryAnn Reynolds, bodyworker… also known as MaryAnn Reynolds, MS, LMT, BCTMB…board certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork.

Welcome to my website.

I offer advanced bodywork sessions in the Austin, Texas, area, and sometimes in summers in Taos, New Mexico. I also offer phone consultations and distance healing sessions, and I teach Self-Treatment for TMJ Issues on Zoom. 

I specialize in two types of bodywork sessions: Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and TMJ Relief. More information about these modalities is available on their respective pages.

My Schedule page has a link for scheduling sessions.

Directions to my private Austin office are also on my Schedule page. Please read the directions and review my Policies before your first visit.

To schedule sessions at West Holistic Medicine in downtown Austin, please call 512-814-0148. I’m available there Mon-Thurs 9:30am-1:00pm. 

Read my Fall Equinox 2022 newsletter!

Click to check out some musings on the rich role balance plays in life, an invitation to consider the effects of imprints such as birth, habits, and heredity on our lives, some highlights from my summer travels in New Mexico and Colorado, and a resource for those with TMJ issues.

Reasons people sought craniosacral biodynamics (summer 2022)

Here’s a link to my latest listing of why people seek my work. If you’re curious about whether Craniosacral Biodynamics can help with your issues, this may give you a good idea of the range of issues it helps with.

Learn to treat your TMJ issues on Zoom

Do you need help with your TMJ issues but either don’t live near a skilled manual therapist or are intimidated about seeking treatment? 

Would you like to learn how to work on relieving your TMJ issues and gain a lifelong skill, so that if your issues recur, you can quickly treat yourself and get on with your life?

It’s not hard. If you are willing to get your fingers wet and can tell the difference between soft tissue and hard, I can teach you to release tension in your often-overworked internal jaw muscles that cause so many TMJ issues.

Learn more about it here

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