Are you seeking pain relief?

stress management?

enhanced well-being?

As a massage therapist, neuromuscular therapist and yoga teacher since 1982, I am committed to helping others explore and understand themselves through their body.  I believe that becoming educated myself enhances my capacity to facilitate this process, and to resonate with each person as an individual.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Deep Tissue Massage

Myoskeletal Alignment

Sports Therapy

My practice is oriented toward helping people release pain through analysis of physical structure and application of various healing touch and movement modalities. In addition to my initial training in Swedish and Deep tissue MassageI am certified in Neuromuscular Therapy – St. John Method, licensed in Maryland and Washington, DC, and have studied and currently practice Manual Lymphatic DrainageSports MassageMyoskeletal Alignment and Prenatal Massage.  I teach Yoga classes and provide individual yoga therapy using the Iyengar method, characterized by attention to the details of postures, and the use of props to make poses more accessible and to encourage a more healthy experience of yoga.

Swedish Massage

Lymphatic Drainage

Prenatal Massage

Yoga

I have successfully addressed conditions including:

  • Sciatica, Low back pain
  • Headaches 
  • Overuse, Sports Injury prevention
  • Sprains, Strains, Tendonitis
  • Whiplash & Neck Trauma
  • Face and jaw pain, TMJ dysfunction
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Scoliosis
  • Recovery from surgery and trauma

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I am here to help you restore ease, balance and optimal good health!

Visit me for Massage Therapy in Rockville – Monday – Saturday

4 ways massage can help with low back pain

A staggering number of Americans experience chronic low back pain at some point in their lives, and then spend billions of dollars a year trying to relieve that discomfort. 

If you’ve been able to work from home during the pandemic, you’ve probably spent your fair share of time trying to

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Research shows massage can foster mom and baby bonding

How about some heartwarming news for your inbox today?

The first research that looked at the positive effects of massage for preterm babies was conducted back in 1964. Since that time, dozens of studies have confirmed massage is a great complementary technique for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit

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Why Am I Sore After Massage?

A massage is generally thought of as a relaxing and pleasurable experience.  And anybody who has experienced the euphoria of a really good massage, you know that you get off the table feeling completely at peace with the world and incandescently happy.  Your massage therapist reminds you to take it

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