Trillium Therapies with Leila – ayurveda massage yoga
About Trillium Therapies LLC – Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (#16662), NAMA-recognized Ayurveda Wellness Counselor
- I offer various types of bodywork, deep tissue, marma point therapy, integrative, and others
- I also offer Ayurveda Wellness Counseling as well!
- Ask about special offers for first time clients and my package pricing available
Hours are by appointment – located at 797 Haywood Road, Suite 001, Asheville, NC 28806, right in the heart of West Asheville
Contact Leila firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 540 460 0278
I offer Therapeutic Massage, Marma Point Therapy, and Ayurveda Consultations out of my new studio in Asheville, NC.I’m excited to become integrated into this community, and more deeply, into the world, by sharing the support and inspiration that Ayurveda and Bodywork have given me. Click here for more information or to make an appointment
About Leila Owner/Founder
Born and raised in the South East among the Appalachian Mountains, Leila has the sass of a southerner and the sweetness of a mother, much like our beloved Appalachia. She has passion for the Earth, for the people, and for the cultures that reside within it, giving her a great curiosity to what makes each individual feel at home in their own body.
Forever being a lover of the human experience and health, she was drawn to the profession of Massage Therapy over 7 years ago as a avenue to explore and support this interest and passion.
She attended Boulder College of Massage Therapy’s 800-hour certification, graduating in 2013. Practicing for over 6 years now, She finds she still has that same love as she did in the beginning and continues to study different modalities and techniques of bodywork.
Her journey with massage inspired her to dive deeper into other wholistic health systems. She quickly found and fell in love with Ayurveda, a wholistic practice of medicine and wellness, and enrolled in Asheville School of Massage and Yoga’s 600-hour Ayurveda Wellness Counseling program, graduating in August 2019.
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