New: extended evening hours

I’ve been intensifying my yoga practice for the past few months, working with some amazing teachers, and since my yoga classes are mostly on weekday mornings, which cuts into my office hours, I’ve decided to stay open later three days a week.

Yes, I am totally going to be one of those amazing old ladies that are adept at yoga.

A few people have requested this, and I’m making it happen!

New hours:

  • Tuesday: open until 7 pm
  • Wednesday: open until 8 pm
  • Tuesday: open until 7 pm

Friday hours will remain the same, open until 6 pm.

I started practicing yoga (asana) in the early 1980s, when it wasn’t nearly as popular as it is now. It was particularly helpful after a 1996 car accident and again when I did sedentary work. Now I love doing it for the strength, flexibility, alignment, balance, awareness, and good company of fellow yogis.

Yoga has given me resources in my bodywork practice that I am deeply grateful for. I believe it opens up the body’s energy channels to deepen presence and experience oneness — yoga means union. It makes a great companion to meditation.

How to Work with Me

If you are feeling sluggish, stiff, depleted, head achy, jaw achy, face achy, stressed, tense, hurting, lacking vitality, needing nurturing touch or to be listened to at a deep level, I can help. Also, many folks are just plain curious about receiving these special modalities I offer — craniosacral therapy, biodynamics, and Zero Balancing.

You can peruse my website or click Book An Appointment! and book your session online, start a monthly subscription (save $15 per session if you purchase this before June 21), schedule your free 30-minute TMJ Relief consultation, get started with the 5-session TMJ Relief program, buy 6-session packages for 45 or 75 minutes, and buy a discounted gift certificate for a Heavenly Head Massage for that person who really needs one — including yourself.

NEW! If you have any questions, you can now schedule a phone consultation of up to 15 minutes. Because my ringer is usually off (I’m working or got too darn many robocalls), this is an easy way for us to set aside time to chat on the phone. You schedule the phone consultation as you would schedule an appointment, and I will call you at the appointed time so we can chat.

I appreciate you, and I want to help! 

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Trivia of the day: Did you know that Ida Rolf — who contributed so much to American manual therapy there’s a whole body of work called Rolfing — was a yogi? According to my source, she called it “yog” in the manner where the final “a” is dropped in Sanskrit.