My massage therapy work is bi-directional. I always say that each individual gives me the particular license I need to work with him or her. It is my job to read the license: I listen to what is said verbally, and once I touch my client I seem to intuitively understand what their body needs. Then my job is to take care of each client in his or her own specific style.
While clients are not physically “active” in the therapy room, I do ask that they be “active” in their awareness, their self-observation and their sensation.
I practice Muscular Therapy as trained by the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA, from which I graduated in 1986. But that particular training is just one part of my varied and multifaceted background.
My massage therapy practice has been based in West Hartford Center for over a decade.