Nurture – Massage Therapy with Cindy Osborne
Are you aching, overwhelmed by life, or just plain weary? My passion is to provide gentle therapeutic massage to any who need it, whether due to injury or illness, chronic pain, anxiety, or other causes. I strive to create a safe space for your body to release tension and pain, so that working together, we can help you to feel at home and at ease in your body.
Each session is customized to your needs, combining long flowing strokes, stretching, and gentle touch to soothe your nervous system and relax your muscles, allowing you to let go of holding patterns and heal from within. My continuing education includes “An Esalen® Massage Approach to Working with Trauma,” including techniques to bring awareness to those areas needing special attention and a sense of well-being to both body and mind.
And if the cost of massage has deterred you in the past, I hope my sliding scale fees will make this self-care accessible – without adding stress! Weekday and weekend appointments available; more information at www.nurturing.massagetherapy.com
Tags: bodywork, health and massage, massage, therapeutic massage
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