About this pro
16 years in business
12 hires on Thumbtack
Best damn massage ever. The things this woman did to my body I can only hope am dream somebody else will be able to do it too. I miss Seasha amd wish I could relocate her to Grand Rapids Michigan as my personal massage therapist. I’m already scheduling a vacation back to Austin for her to work her magical wonders on me once again!Jun 12, 2018Verified
Our usual therapist was out of town and after a very long week moving, Seasha's in-home massages were just what my husband and I needed. We will definitely keep her number handy :)Jul 14, 2015Verified
Seasha is a talented professional with a strong understanding of muscle groups, pressure points and various techniques that can relieve even the most stubborn issues. She also has an engaging personality and good "table side manners" that my wife and I found calming. We'll be a repeat customer and feel fortunate to be a client before she's all booked up.Aug 10, 2014Verified
Great massage. Very professional and excellent approach to diagnosing issues. Strongly recommend.Jun 13, 2014Verified
Awesome massage, friendly person, and have already booked her again! Thanks Seasha for the amazing prenatal massage! sarahJun 13, 2014Verified
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?I originally got my touch license to work as a Certified Massage Doula. I have worked with approximately 50 families during the perinatal period to inspire a more relaxed and natural birth experience.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I work with people who are in varying amounts of pain, often due to stress and/or a sedentary work environment. Our bodies were not meant to sit in front of the computer all day. I also frequently work with the opposite extreme: I have several professional athletes that are my long term clients. I specialize in deep tissue and sports massage.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask your therapist about intuitive touch. Ask them if they consider themselves an active part of a healing process. All people can learn the technical aspects of quality bodywork, not all people have a natural intuitive healing touch.