Resonate Wellness, LLC
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License Type: Massage Therapist (IN)
License verified on 5/4/2021
License Type: Massage Therapist (KY)
License verified on 5/17/2020
James Robert Vaughn
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Discounts: After the first hour : I discount for time: ‘30 per 1/2-hour’. . . . Cancellations/fees: If you are a no-show: I will add 50% of the quoted cost to your next session.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
In 2016 I graduated from East West College of the Healing Arts—in Portland, Oregon [an 800-clock hour Massage Therapy program]. Here we got a lot of practice doing Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Myofascial; and I took electives in Neuromuscular/'trigger point' and Craniosacral. Since 2006 I've been doing Reiki energy healing sessions, and have taught the technique.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?
Many years ago: a friend's father was going through massage school; he gave me a short session. I was amazed to learn just how sore I was 'underneath the surface of daily awareness', and got excited wondering 'how much *better I could start feeling'. A few years later found me helping an elderly family member through their transition time; this was around 2004, and I was looking for answers. I wanted a greater sense of peace & emotional strength. After starting to read about natural health and meditation: I recognized the importance of investing in my own health—so I sought out professional massage. For a few months I got a massage every week. It felt so good. I learned a lot, was inspired, and felt much improved— being more grounded, in the moment, and able to appreciate the world around me. Stretching and deep breathing helped sustain these treatments. And I started reading more about the body's energy. Reiki was the next step. Attuned in 2006; took further classes soon thereafter—becoming able to teach the technique. Years went by. After a Summer of Natural Building courses on the West Coast I ended up moving there for a few years. I lived near multiple natural health schools—of acupuncture, chiropractic, and naturopathy. The community was dense with well-respected and well-utilized professionals. . . . Finally I said 'let's go for it’, and signed up to massage school—which I finished late 2016. Here we are now.