Energy Matters Holistic Massage
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Stephanie is such a wonderful, beautiful person. I felt so welcomed and comfortable from the minute I walked into her studio. Of course the massage was great. I assume it is possible to find another great massage but I believe it is impossible to find another person as warm and kind as Stephanie. I had such a fantastic experience, upon leaving I bought some gift certificates to give as presents.Dec 19, 2011
Haven't we all learned to live with stress? I never realized what I was carring around on my shoulders until I became a client of Energy Matters. After one visit I had releif from shoulder pain and could turn my head farther then I had in years. Stephanie relaxes you and puts you at ease the minute you step into the room. This will be the best 30 or 60 minute message you will ever have and the cost is very reasonable. Treat yourself to what you deserve a better feeling you!Dec 15, 2011
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Whether you have had many massage or bodywork sessions or are thinking about trying holistic massage for the first time, it is important that the work be customized to your own needs and comfort level to maximize its effectiveness. I work on people who choose to remain fully clothed, who only want very specific areas worked for shorter amounts of time, or have specific medical conditions that require adjustment of the table and materials. I respect what has been beneficial in past experiences as well as suggest new options. Holistic work is very personal, not a factory assembly line. Listen to your own intuition about whether a particular place or person it is a good fit for you.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Sometimes I get asked this: Do I enjoy my work? I love it! It is never boring. On the contrary, it is entirely absorbing and rewarding. I feel as though I am listening through my hands and responding. It is like a very interesting conversation. I also get asked: Do I take in other people's stress or negativity. I do not. That has been a skill I had to learn but I do not guard against anything that is brought to the table and I do not judge or fear. Lastly, sometimes people ask about the physicality of massage: Don't I get tired or achy myself? The first thing massage therapists are taught is about body mechanics--how to use the whole body and not hands and arms. If I breathe, bend, and flow with my own movements it is like a dance and not tiring and can even be invigorating.