Scheduling a session

For the quickest response, please fill out the online intake form and text me at (302) 494-8222. You may also email I only provide appointment availability after I receive the intake form. Due to my schedule, I'm currently unable to provide phone consults prior to the session and am always available to answer any questions during the session.

Sessions are 60 minutes and my rate is $280 per hour. If you would like longer sessions, please send a text to schedule in advance. I accept checks, cash, Venmo. There is a $5 processing fee for credit cards.

Insurance does not cover sessions.
Health Spending and Flex Spending Account cards are usually accepted but please confirm with your provider.
Session start times are
Monday 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 4:30pm
Tuesday 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm, 4:30pm
Wednesday 9:00am, 10:30am

Cancellation Policy

Please call or text at minimum 24-hours prior to your scheduled session time if you need to reschedule.
If you cancel or choose to reschedule within 2 to 24 hours of your scheduled session, a $80 fee will apply.
If you do not show for your session or cancel within 2 hours of your session start time, you will be charged the full session rate.

Client Intake Form

Please fill out your client intake form prior to your session.


The temptation is to look at the region of the body that's presenting the pain. Let's look at the relationship of the parts causing it.


What is a session with you like?

The session is fairly interactive. I use applied kinesiology and osteopathic listening techniques to assess what could be the origination of the symptoms and compensatory patterns. The areas are then addressed using the appropriate modality that could best serve the issue.

Can I address a specific problem?

Yes, we can work to restore function to a specific area. The approach would be the same - understanding and addressing what's contributing to the dysfunction to provide long term relief.

How many sessions do I need?

The number of sessions depends on your goals, level of fitness, current activities and body awareness. We encourage clients to bring more awareness to habits that may be contributing to the problem areas and help your body adapt to new healthier patterns. Every individual responds differently. It is generally recommended to come in initially for 3-4 sessions a week apart. Sessions after can be spread out or you may come in for tune-ups as needed.

What does it feel like and what is my role in a session?

The sessions can be vary in intensity from very light to deep. Continuous communication between client and practitioner are essential in ensuring a balance between effectiveness, level of comfort and the amount of direct pressure necessary to affect change, release the patterns of tension and allow the body to re-organize itself. As the body becomes more integrated, clients report having increased awareness in their body, a sense of lightness and ease in movement, and relief from chronic patterns of pain.

What is the difference between your work and massage?

The Whole Body Mind approach seeks to help the body realign and reorganize itself by releasing chronic habitual patterns and introducing new ways of interfacing with your environment. This is accomplished by observing current movement patterns in your body, taking note of prior injuries, and addressing strain patterns contributing to the lack of ease you may be experiencing. Because of this approach, clients generally experience long term relief from sessions and are able to notice structural changes which give ease to the body in comparison to massage.

What is the difference between your work and chiropractic adjustments?

My focus is on reestablishing the relationship and communication between the parts and helping integrate the changes into your body as a whole. Chiropractors manipulate the spine by using high velocity adjustments. I use a combination of techniques that influence the nervous system response and addresses imbalances created by habitual stress on the nervous system.

What should I wear?

Each session looks at posture and movement before, during and after the session.  Female clients are asked to wear a wireless bra (not crossback) and underwear or thin cotton shorts for both male and female.  This will allow a better visual assessment and access to the regions of the body that need work. 

What is Rolfing?

Rolfing is a form of therapeutic bodywork and movement education releasing patterns of stress and tension held in the body.  It brings the body's natural structure into balance and alignment, optimizing function of the entire body. "Rolfing SI creates a more efficient use of the muscles, allows the body to conserve energy, and creates more economical and refined patterns of movement. Research also shows that Rolfing SI significantly reduces chronic stress and changes in the body structure."(excerpt from Rolf Institute of Structural Integration)

What is Bodytalk?

BodyTalk is based on the principle that the body is capable of healing itself at all levels. The BodyTalk System seeks to address the "whole person". This means that no aspect of the human psyche can be overlooked, be it emotional, physical or environmental. It respects the body's own needs and determines your body's priorities for healing. BodyTalkers refocus your body's natural healing response to establish better communication within the body. One effective approach taken in The BodyTalk System is to understand the functions of the body according to the discoveries of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Bioenergetic Psychology. These systems developed an understanding of the relationships of physical wellbeing and psychological wellbeing. For more information, visit International Bodytalk Association

What is Visceral Manipulation?

Visceral Manipulation (VM) evaluates and treats the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia and ligaments. It requires assessment of the structural relationships between the viscera, and their fascial or ligamentous attachments to the musculoskeletal system. Strains in the connective tissue of the viscera can result from surgical scars, adhesions, illness, posture or injury. Tension patterns form through the fascial network deep within the body, creating a cascade of effects far from their sources for which the body will have to compensate. This creates fixed, abnormal points of tension that the body must move around, and this chronic irritation gives way to functional and structural problems.

Imagine an adhesion around the lungs. It would create a modified axis that demands abnormal accommodations from nearby body structures. For example, the adhesion could alter rib motion, which could then create imbalanced forces on the vertebral column and, with time, possibly develop a dysfunctional relationship with other structures. This scenario highlights just one of hundreds of possible ramifications of a small dysfunction - magnified by thousands of repetitions each day.

Visceral Manipulation is based on the specific placement of soft manual forces to encourage the normal mobility, tone and motion of the viscera and their connective tissues. These gentle manipulations can potentially improve the functioning of individual organs, the systems the organs function within, and the structural integrity of the entire body.

Due to the delicate and often highly reactive nature of the visceral tissues, gentle force precisely directed reaps the greatest results. (excerpt from Barral Institute)

What is Nerve Manipulation?

Neural Manipulation identifies and releases local nerve restrictions while at the same time examines the effect these local fixations have on the rest of the body. Manual therapy, as it applies to the treatment of nerves, follows the standard principles of mobility and function. For optimal function nerves must be able to move freely within its surroundings. When a nerve is fixed, it typically looses its ability to glide and/or stretch in length. If a nerve is being impinged or compressed, the goal would be to release restrictions between the nerve and the surrounding tissue in order to facilitate normal functioning of the structures around them. (excerpt from Barral Institute)

What is Scar Work?

Working with scars is like speaking a different language in the world of connective tissue. Scar tissue is very dense fascia with unique properties. Scar tissue work uses a casual, light touch - a little reminiscent of working with bread dough.

The work is rarely painful - even for very new scars, and the amount of change in one intervention is extensive. The cosmetic effect is delightful and the functional changes can be profound. Natural and surgical scars of any age respond immediately followed by a short period of rapid healing and continued improvement. The improvements are permanent.

Scar tissue quality changes quickly and easily. Lumps, gaps, ridges, holes, bumps, knots, and strings in the tissue rapidly smooth out into a three dimensional fascial web. The work starts with the surface layers and goes into the far reaches of the scar including work with any involved viscera. Scar work often results in large whole body integration shifts along with trauma resolution, and nerve-impaired numbness. (excerpt from Sharon Wheeler's Wheeler Fascial Work).

What is Bone Work?

Accidents and injuries can disorganize the functional relationships between bones. Bones can get stuck together out of place causing chronic dysfunction. Since the initial spontaneous discovery in 1973 Sharon Wheeler has been exploring the curious phenomenon of Bone Change. These techniques are designed to address shape and contour. Bone Change employs precisely placed manual pressure into the fascial elements of the bone. (excerpt from Sharon Wheeler's Wheeler Fascial Work).

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