Movement is important throughout our daily lives. It is recommended that we do forty-five minutes of physical exercise a day.
Remember, we want to still be able to tie our own shoes when we are 90!
In 10 Sessions You Will Feel The Difference
In 20 Sessions You Will See The Difference
In 30 Sessions You Will Have A Whole New Body
~ Joseph Pilates
Praise from clients:
It is you and your gentle touch combined with all the tricks you have for making a massage the ultimate experience. It is all the extra little things that you do that makes the person on the table feel special. It truly is a very heart centered experience. You saw me through many things, broken bones and pinched nerves to name a few. You were a real part of my self care!
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One of the most inspiring and dedicated people I know! Silvia will work with you to create a class specific to your wants and needs. As a body worker, she is by far one of the best in the industry. If you want results...look no further!
Thank you for the successful massage. Somehow having less tension in my neck and shoulders makes me more aware of posture and body position and therefore creates even more benefits. I am delighted to say that that was a productive time spent. Probably more important than anything else I did today.
Thank you Silvia. You are a true professional with a superb technique. I appreciate your style of first inquiring what needs to be treated and always following through. Also appreciate your helpful suggestions regarding ways of reducing muscle fatigue.
The art of cupping developed over time from the original use of hollowed animal horns to drain toxins out of snakebites and skin pustules. Horns evolved into bamboo cups, which were eventually replaced by glass or plastic vacuum cups.
The craniosacral system (cranio means head and sacral refers to the area at the base of the spine) includes the brain and spinal cord. They are bathed in a craniosacral fluid that has a rhythmic pulse, similar to blood pressure.