NOTE: I will be offering online sessions only until the COVID-19 pandemic and risk of transmitting the virus has abated.
Combining intuitive attention with Reiki Energy, Massage Therapy, and CranioSacral Therapy, as well as other bodywork techniques, I bring your awareness to areas of tension in your body, and together we ask the areas to relax. My compassionate presence invites you to be present as well, and my training in Somatic Experiencing creates a safe container for any emotions that may emerge as you gently connect with abandoned parts of yourself.
Fragrance-Free, Organic and Healthy
Sundown Healing Arts is committed to the health of people and the planet. I use organic cotton massage sheets, lotions with organic ingredients, and non-toxic cleaners. I don’t wear nor use chemicals and scented products, and I ask clients not to wear them for their sessions either. The garden you see as you walk in is pesticide-free. You can be assured of a relaxing, chemical-free experience when you come in for a session.
Your first session includes a free 15 minute consultation on your health history and current needs.
In a 30 minute session, we focus on one or two major areas (back and neck, for example) and give them in-depth attention. A 30 minute session can provide a much-needed breakthrough when you do most of your trauma healing on your own.
A 60 minute session covers the whole body, including extra attention on one or two symptomatic areas. This gives a feeling of overall relaxation and healing, and brings attention to previously disconnected areas. “Oh yeah, I forgot that my feet have been hurting at the end of the day, too.” Bodywork modalities can be combined as desired – half Massage and half CranioSacral Therapy, for example. Trauma healing in a 60 minute session allows time for several cycles of activation and settling.
A 75 minute session covers the whole body, with detailed attention to three or more symptomatic areas. It can include a full body massage as well as time for CranioSacral Therapy and/or Reiki. When exploration of trauma doesn’t quite fit in a 60 minute time slot, it can be helpful to extend the session to 75 minutes.