Our goal is simple: more ease for every body.
Our philosophy is that healing does not need to be painful and that massage can be an integral part of overall wellbeing.
We believe in moving with nuance, compassion, and intention to help support your optimal vitality.
We integrate science-based data with traditional methods of bodywork to give the most informed, effective care possible.
We deeply believe in practicing systems of access and equity and we welcome people with diverse backgrounds, body types, abilities, sexualities, belief systems, and physical presentations. All bodies deserve care. We believe in disrupting harmful, exploitive systems within the wellness industry and are committed to building new paradigms around personal care.
Commitment to Intersectional Care
Fatness is not a moral or physical "failing": we could all eat the same, exercise the same, exist in the same environments...and our bodies would still look different, feel different, and present in different sizes and weights.
Fatness is not a barrier to care.
I offer: tables that hold 150-250kg, in-home massage, body props, and a floor massage mat option
Gender and sexuality exists on a spectrum. We can hold difficult, painful, and complicated emotions around how our bodies look + behave. Therapeutic touch can be confronting because of past experiences we've had in our private and professional interactions.
Queerness is not a barrier to care.
I offer: a space for all physical and emotional presentations, inclusive language and consideration, privacy, respect
We do not all move through the world with the same level of ease. Disability presents itself in a myriad of ways, and for the vast majority it is an inescapable inevitability if not
a current, daily experience.
Disability is not a barrier to care.
I offer: client-centered care, in-home massage options, flexible payment options, body-centric approach, assistants welcome
In the historical and current world, people have been and are judged by, and are treated differently due to, the color of their skin. There is a vast inequity and deep, internalized commitment to inequality that we must all push back against and eradicate from ourselves and our institutions.
Skin color is not a barrier to care.
I offer: solidarity and mutual aid to visibly-racialized communities, reduced or nonexistent massage rates