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“Wellness is the complete integration of body, mind, and spirit - the realization that everything we do, think, feel, and believe has an effect on our state of well-being.”
Greg Anderson

About
Sunset Kayak

About me and my practice! 

I created Curated Massage to empower my clients to personalize their bodywork and begin receiving the quality of care their mind/body desires in our time together. I view bodywork as an opportunity to work with clients to create an individualized experience to relax and repair your body while hopefully exploring and deepening your mind/body connection.

I offer many different modalities of massage, including but not limited to: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Thai Massage, Ashiatsu, Prenatal Massage, Hot Stones and Cupping Therapy. Depending on client preferences, desired outcomes, physical limitations and reason for seeking a massage, I will use an integration of many of these modalities during your experience. When receiving a massage with the intention of Mind/Body connection, I also include energy work and Craniosacral Therapy in the treatment.

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Mind Body Massage

Carlie's greatest passion in massage is helping people explore and enhance their mind body connection 

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My journey to massage therapy began while I was working in the mental health field. I realized how many people held emotional trauma in the physical body and I began to wonder how profound the connection was. After receiving a lot of massage myself, I witnessed first hand how powerful it is to embrace your mind/body connection through receiving therapeutic touch as it releases not only physical but also emotional pain held in the body.

 

If you've heard the term "muscle memory" then you can understand that our muscles and nervous system create pathways that form instinctual movement. The same concept is used when understanding how our muscles and fascia/connective tissue respond to emotion. When we begin to feel a specific emotion, we might tighten or hold our muscles or body in a way we are not consciously aware of, creating holding patterns and impingement within our body. When similar emotions arise, our body instinctively holds itself in these learned ways. 

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