Client Resources

As much as I want to be everything you need, I’m not always going to be. The following resources include massage therapists who might be more convenient, businesses I think are worth working with, and a few other offerings that I think are worth looking at in general.

Books

Recommended health professionals

Chiropractor

Jeff Cassis
Rapha Clinic

1700 N. Moore Street, Suite 380 Arlington, VA 22209

703-816-5900

Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine

Evan Rabinowitz, M.Ac, Dipl.Ac (NCCAOM)
910 17th St. NW

202-822-4664

Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine

Mary Rieger
Healing Arts of Capitol Hill
316 F St NE, Suite 203
202-841-8411

mrieger@healingartscapitolhill.com

Massage Therapy

Bill Getz (upper NW or in-home).
240-674-3658

Ironcitygetz@yahoo.com

Massage Therapy

Potomac Massage Training Institute clinics (Silver Spring)
202-686-7046

Massage Therapy

Gaynor Bourgeoise (Adams Morgan)
202-462-1435
rungaynorrun@aol.com

Massage Therapy

Mike Duggan (Silver Spring)
301-741-8818

Massage Therapy & End of Life Doula Services

Kitty Southworth (Kensington)

202-412-3669

Massage Therapy

Alexandria Myotherapy (Alexandria, VA)

703-548-2270

Massage Therapy

Ako Shigihara (Cleveland Park)
202-302-0366

Massage For Your World

A blog for massage therapy clients

My blog is where I share information, links, reflections, and important changes to my practice (in between my quarterly newsletters). It’s the place to come to see if anything new is happening in my practice (new techniques? new hours?). I also use this space to reflect on the joys and challenges of living in physical bodies in this physical world; a little something to make you think “hmmm, never thought of it that way”. If you want to get a glimpse into how my mind works and how I think about my work, the blog is a good place to get just that.

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