What to expect during an
in person session.
If I am seeing you at your
I do not travel with a treatment table, but will work with you on your own table if you
have one. I work with most people on a bed in their home. Some choose to cover it with a flat sheet for the session. If needed we will work on the floor or a couch. Sometimes a chair is
I will ask you some questions.
What brought you to this session? What do you want help with? What are your expectations?
What do you hope to receive? Do you have any medical conditions I need to know about? What is your previous experience with healing, massage, and bodywork?
We will assess the best
We will discuss both what your expectations are, and what I feel to do, to come to a
consensus. Most people want attention focused on specific complaints.
Spiritual healing as I practice it often involves placing my hands on the body,
with or without the use gentle forms of massage type manipulations. The process may involve breathing, spoken words, audible tones or song, visualizations, movement, and however spirit
beneficially guides us. A healing session might have no physical contact.
We will get to work.
I like to keep the intake process as short as possible.
How will it feel?
My touch can vary from very gentle to very forceful. It depends upon what is needed in each
circumstance, and upon what you are comfortable with. We will work together.
A very gentle approach can bring profound relief, without causing any discomfort. If any massage is involved, lotion, oil, or your own product, is used as needed to avoid skin
People can experience various sensations as energy moves or shifts. It is common to feel vibrations, tingling, heat or coolness. It is common to see light of one form or
another. Yet many people feel nothing and see nothing.
There is no need to feel or see energy to find the relief or change you are seeking.
What does a client wear?
A session intended only as spiritual or energetic healing is accomplished fully
For sessions involving massage type work, clients typically disrobe to an extent dictated by the needs of the anticipated work and the client’s comfort level. Draping is used as needed. Much bodywork
can be accomplished with no disrobing.
The most important thing is that you feel comfortable.
What does a client do during a
Most of the time you will be laying down. Sometimes you may be sitting, standing, or even
It is your session.
At any time during a session you can ask questions or
give feedback. I will not share any personally identifiable information without your explicit permission.