Expect Great Sessions and Results

When clients arrive, they can expect to be immediately admitted to my professional studio for their scheduled appointment. Please ring the doorbell at your scheduled time. You may wait in your vehicle or during warmer weather chairs will be available on the shaded patio. 


First-time Clients

​Prepared as first-time clients with their health history, clients will be given a moment prior to our bodywork to reflect and capture the active patterns of that day. This review is important before we begin our work, as Osteopathic treatments consider head to toe, past to present impacts in our hopes to improve your future.


All Sessions

Mechanical tests identify muscular relationships to the neck, shoulder, arm, hip, leg, ankle, and foot alignment, the center of balance, and stance. As needed, Diaphragmatic and thoracic breathing musculature is also checked. Your session may also include structural checks of the abdomen to ensure the healthy alignment of muscles and viscera to their important attachments for support and movement of the whole. 


All sessions are clothed and allow clients to quickly be on their way.


Appointment Length

​Time will be honored along with the physical body's needs for alignment. Time limits serve to protect the body’s ability to recover healthily and rapidly from the day’s treatment. I will respect your investment as well as my own ability to deliver necessary work as promised during each appointment. Appointments will end to accommodate all clients as scheduled.


Maintain Therapeutic Benefits 

Clients will find with good hydration and consistent movement that their body systems will continue to unwind and realign for better bodily functions across the coming weeks for the full impact of the treatment.


Generally, a series of 3 to 5 appointments bring a person to a position of independent maintenance. Chronic pain of multiple years may require more attention.


Clients who are confident in their independent maintenance are welcome to schedule on an as-needed basis:

  • Moving pain is healthy and healing pain, signaling that the body is independently healing and maintaining itself.

  • Consistent hydration, movement, and healthy lifestyle investments support healthy movement.

  • Muscle or other pain that settles into the same area in the same way for 3 or more weeks is considered chronic and can benefit from another treatment.