Elizabeth’s path to wellness began in 2014 when she found bodywork alleviated chronic body ailments brought on by the stress-filled daily life of a working college student. She found massage to be so effective in reducing persistent discomfort that she decided to become a bodyworker herself.
She has completed the 800-hour Massage Therapist training program at East West College of the Healing Arts, and is currently enrolled in a 250-hour Thai Bodywork intensive training with Nephyr Jacobsen through The Naga Center.
Thai Bodywork integrates deep static compression, passive stretching, joint manipulation, and herbal medicine in dynamic combination to affect change in the deepest layers of the body. Elizabeth also specializes in deeply relaxing Swedish-style bodywork.
It is her goal as a bodyworker to reconnect the body and mind to their elemental foundation. To remind the body to feel even when it’s not in pain. To bring awareness to the interconnectedness between the physical, mental, spiritual.
If you have any questions, or would like to book an appointment with Elizabeth, please call the reception desk at 503-765-5333.