As many of you may already know, there has been a lot of shifting in my availability in the last few months. What I haven’t shared is the full reason behind it. I’ve been doing some deep searching in my heart and soul and I am ready to step more fully into my passion!
When something new awakens, there is also a process of letting go. It is with some sadness that I am announcing I am closing my massage practice at Southshore Massage and Reflexology as of June 1st.
I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity I had to learn and grow in my business at Southshore. That would not have been possible without all of you. I have gained so much, am forever changed from the experience, and I thank each one of you for the experiences we have shared.
If you have outstanding gift certificates, please schedule to use them. If you are not able to use them before June 1st, please call or text me (360-581-0922) and we can discuss the available options.
In June, I will be taking a short break to honor my own need for more self-care. I will also be announcing my new offerings, which will include new experiences and classes designed to help you make shifts in your health and lives, as well as a new location.
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I help people have better relationships with their bodies.
Are you looking to make changes in your health and well-being?
Day-to-day stresses and pain create additional strain and tension in your body and spirit,
impacting your wellness and making it harder to do any and all of your daily and leisure activities. You may not even notice that you aren’t doing as much as you used to, telling yourself that you will ‘just work through the pain’ or that ‘it’s part of getting old’. Pain and restriction don’t have to be a part of aging, or limiting to your life.
Massage can be an important part of any preemptive wellness and injury prevention plan as well as an effective treatment tool. Especially if it is regular. Just like other things you do to take care of your health, such as diet and exercise, regularly caring for your body through touch builds on itself.
Movement practices, combined with awareness, can bring an increased awareness of your body and yourself, improve your movement, bring greater balance to your body and health, and increase your sense of well being. By changing habits, it can reduce pain and tension, improve performance, and bring ease to daily tasks.
Energy Sessions and Intuitive Consultations can help you by connecting with yourself on a more subtle level than working with the body. Both make use of the powerful tools of intention and symbols to cleanse, support, and affirm.
I also offer Classes and Workshops in meditation and energy practices.
Interested in finding out how a session with me can help you?
Look at the options under the Work With Me drop down menu above for more information and to see the services I offer. To book an appointment use the button on the upper right hand side of the page. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Rebecca Teeter, Licensed Massage Practitioner (LMP), Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT) and Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner (GCFP) has an office located conveniently on the south side of Aberdeen, Washington near the Southshore Mall and Grays Harbor Community College. I offer day, evening and weekend appointments.