Book me: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Erin/Phoenix” in the subject line
My name is Erin, I am in my 5th year as an LMT. I consider Massage as another art form to go with my painting, drawing and jewelry making.
My mission is to motivate people and improve their bodies inside and out. Everyone has their own goals; I am here to assist each to reach that goal. I want you to harness your strength, flexibility and positivity; to enlighten and educate. Understand your own body’s weaknesses and strengthen through massage and food healing.
We will work together to keep your body functioning at its fullest. Learn which muscles need training; find ways to help keep your body from injury, through exercise and proper nutrition. I love working with people and helping them learn more about themselves.
Our bodies are Organic Machines that respond to how we treat it. A happy body will allow you to do so much more in life without pain. Don’t let you muscles feel so unappreciated they want to go on strike.
Book me:email@example.com and write: “Erin/New Mexico” in subject line 🙂
Intuitive, nurturing, and experienced Therapist who specializes in Neuromuscular Therapy or “Trigger Point” Therapy, which is a modality that pinpoints constrictions or “knots” in the body, and releases the contracted muscle in a way that is patient , and not painful to the client. Erin has advanced NMT training in Cervical Spine injuries and Low-Back Pain, which are major causes of Migraine headaches and Sciatica. Erin’s techniques are intuitive, gentle, and nurturing, yet very deep. She loves what she does, and it shows! Erin is proud to introduce ASHIATSU to the Albuquerque area, which is Oriental Bar Therapy! “Ashi” means “foot”, and “Atsu” means “massage”. Erin is suspended from beams on the ceiling, and uses her feet on the body creating a push-pull effect on the tissues that promotes the deepest, most luxurious massage on the planet! This modality is especially great for body builders, Athletes, or big men who cannot find someone to give a “deep enough” massage. Ashiatsu can be done only in Erin’s office, being that the beams are not portable.