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Frequently Asked Questions

Your Questions, Answered

How should I prepare for my first session?

The initial session will be a combination of an intake which will enable you to tell me your story and to get a feel for what we can do to assist you toward your goals, and we will also start with an initial session of coaching or healing work depending on the next first steps.  

We suggest you come with an open mind and with as much information about the goals you want to achieve.

What should I expect from my first healing session?

When you come for an in-person session, I’ll ask you to lie down on a comfortable massage table, close your eyes and “let go and drift.” If you can, rest in a state of gentle expectancy and just allow whatever is about to happen. As the session progresses, you are welcome to share what you are experiencing or any thoughts that come.  This can aid us in helping guide you.

Post Session Considerations

Some of the benefits of a healing session are: Happier, Relaxing, Better Focus, Improved Confidence, Physical Realignment, Improve Holistic Information Flow. Oftentimes people have commented on how clear they feel. When they say "clear", they mean that the world around them is opened up wider, brighter and more easily seen and understood. Their minds are not so jumbled with thoughts and worry. 

It is important to know that a healing session may result in physical changes being done within your body. Just like when you have a deep-tissue massage which loosens muscles and releases toxins, you must make sure to drink plenty of water after a session and to take care of your body with good holistic food (not processed or fast-food). By drinking water, your system will be able to flush out the toxins and make you function much better.

What information do I need before booking?

We have provided a detailed list of information you will need for booking a session. This includes your insurance, demographic and related mental health history.

Click here to see the Client Intake Information page

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