Q: What is different about what you do and other therapists?

A: Aside from training, skill-set and technique, I am able to with precision visually assess a person and take a totally different clinical approach focusing on the "root" of where an issue is coming from. This may involve showing the client physically or by taking a  picture of their dysfunction and how it shows up in their body. Taking a picture shows truth and dysfunction because a body never lies, it also allows you to "see" what I see. Example: Someone complains of their back hurting, most times this comes from the front not the back region, it  may be the shoulder or the neck...

Q: When do I need to come back?

A:  I have had many who only need to come once or twice depending on how long the dysfunction had been there, where the dysfunction was and the  "root" cause of it. Factors that contribute to this would be the person's diet and habits. No sales pressure or gimmicks here. Just research my reviews.

Q: Can I come back again anyway?

A:  Of course! My mindset and skill-set is to correct the dysfunction but if you feel you need to I am here for you! I have some who haven't needed to come back for a year, others 6 months. I have some who enjoy a weekly, biweekly or monthly "tune-up" to prevent major issues from surfacing requiring longer sessions to correct.

Q: You found places that I didn't even know hurt me, why?

A:  The body is woven together by a fascia system that is all interconnected. Which is why most times where you feel the pain is not  the "root" of it but a symptom of dysfunction elsewhere in the body. My mindset is to find all the dysfunction and correct it. A body can only process so much stimulus at one time so, whatever is hurting the worst will be screaming the loudest. If only that area is addressed then a day or two later something else will hurt, only it has been hurting all along, you were just focused on the "bigger" pain, now that it is gone you are aware of the other pains and how your body has been compensating. 

Q: I was told I have "tendonitis"? What is that?

A:  A good question! If we take the word and break it down it looks like this. Tendon: The end of the muscle that attaches the muscle to the bone. itis means inflammation. The question then becomes "why" is the tendon inflamed? There are several reasons for this, many which are missed, that's what I will share with you.

Q: Do you offer packages?

A:  My apologies, I do not. I try to keep my rates below what I could charge to be able to reach and help more people. If you don't see or feel a significant/noticeable difference after your first appointment I do not need to bribe you to keep coming back, you will come back because you got the results you were looking for.

Q: Do you do Reiki, Bowen Technique, Guided Imagery or Healing Touch?

A:  No, I do not, even tho I am a massage therapist my faith nor my work is not grounded in these "beliefs". My passion besides what I do is research and upon much research I find the origins of these modalities are rooted in the Occult. Please see: Energy healing  Bowen Therapy  Guided Imagery or The Healing Code

Regardless of your own personal "belief" there is no evidence proving the validity of it in fact quite the opposite (see below). Yes, we are energetic beings which is how they can do EEG's and EKG's for the brain and heart activity. But personally, no one is going to wave their hands over me and say I am healed. 


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reiki which states: "The existence of the proposed mechanism for Reiki – qi or "life force" energy – has not been established.[3][21] Most research on Reiki is poorly designed and prone to bias. There is no reliable  empirical evidence that Reiki is helpful for treating any medical condition,[3][5][6]. Safety concerns for Reiki sessions are very low and  are akin to those of many complementary and alternative medicine practices. Some physicians and health care providers however believe that patients may unadvisedly substitute proven treatments for life-threatening conditions with unproven alternative modalities including Reiki, thus endangering their health.[45][46][47]. Catholic  Church concerns: In March 2009, the Committee on Doctrine of the United  States Conference of Catholic Bishops issued the document Guidelines for  Evaluating Reiki as an Alternative Therapy, in which they declared that  the practice of Reiki was superstition, being neither truly faith healing nor science-based medicine.[48] The guideline concluded that "since Reiki therapy is not compatible with either Christian teaching or scientific evidence, it would be inappropriate for Catholic  institutions, such as Catholic health care facilities and retreat  centers, or persons representing the Church, such as Catholic chaplains, to promote or to provide support for Reiki therapy."[48] Since this  announcement, some Catholic lay people have continued to practice reiki,  but it has been removed from many Catholic hospitals and other institutions.[49]. 

In 2011, William T. Jarvis of The National Council Against Health Fraud stated that there "is no evidence that clinical Reiki's effects are due to anything other than suggestion" or the placebo effect.[22]"

Q: What about yoga to loosen me up?

A: Is a lack of yoga the reason you are tight and bound up? You may want to read: 

Psychology, How yoga can wreck your body, Christian yoga? and Surely yoga is harmless. For those who prefer to watch instead of reading, here is a video that explains it well: The dark side of yoga.  Here is the definition of Yoga from a Yoga site: The word yoga comes  from the Sanskrit word yuj which means to yoke or bind and is often interpreted as a "union" or method of discipline.

I am not Catholic yet even the Vatican's chief exorcists tells you that yoga is satanic. See here.

Matthew  7:13-14 (KJV) 13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate,  and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be  which go in thereat:14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the  way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

To ponder: If there are a lot of people doing something, that is not a narrow way.