When I work with a client, my first question is "what is going on for you?". That's what matters, and that's what we address. In addressing a particular issue, there are often other things that come to light due to one area compensating for another, or because it was veiled by the focus on the more immediate problem. I will address those issues as well.
Throughout the work, I offer to explain what I am doing and why. Each person is unique, each situation is unique, so I tailor the treatment protocol to the client, with full disclosure and participation at every turn. That may mean Myofascial Trigger Point work, Swedish massage, stretches, cool stone therapy, or a combination of the above or some other modality.
Our bodies were designed to be strong and healthy, and it is available to live abundantly at every season of our lives. If we are in pain there is something wrong. I have gone to great lengths in pursuit of learning techniques and modalities to promote and aid the body's natural design to heal itself.
I earned my degree in Therapeutic Massage and Integrated Health and continue in pursuit of new techniques and the latest research findings in my field. I am a member of the American Massage Therapy Association whose goal is to promote quality, ethics, training, and research to better serve our clients. I continue to attend seminars and conferences to ensure I will be the best Massage Therapist for each of my clients.
My desire is to help you to live a healthy, pain-free life. If you have any questions, please contact me.
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Warm Hands Massage, Deidre Dye, L.M.T.