Book me: email@example.com and write: "Astrid/Amsterdam" in subject line 🙂
Hi, I am Astrid. I am here to assist you to get your natural energy flowing again. Loosen up your muscles and joints. Enjoy. Relax the body, mind and spirit. Get you focused.
I offer: great Thai Yoga Massage: non-oil technique practising acupressure with thumbs, palms, elbows and feet, combined with much-needed stretching like in yoga, while you wear loose clothes. Long massage or short: you let me know what you need.
Wonderful Temple-style Ceremonial Lomilomi Massage from Hawai'i: long strokes with my underarms move the body, like waves of the ocean bringing the Aloha-island spirit to you in an embracing warm oil-massage. One hour or two hour version, you choose!
With both types of massage I can go REALLY deep if that is what your body needs at this moment in time, or use a softer touch if that's more appropriate. Don't worry, I'll easily find the spots that need the most attention!
For quite a few years now I walk the massage path, enjoying every time a client lets me touch her/him. Licensed by the Dutch Healthcare System. Trained by very skilled and beautifully-spirited teachers: Thank you! And always keep on learning…
I would love to welcome you on my futon or table 🙂
P.S. I speak Dutch, English, German and French. And understand a bit of Spanish as well!
A New York exhibit centered around the life of John Lennon will feature a paper bag filled with the late singer's bloody clothes from the day of his death.
The exhibit also includes handwritten lyrics, guitars, the piano from his apartment, a pair of “his trademark wire-rimmed glasses,” and letters recounting his battle against deportation in the 70s.
Widow Yoko Ono, who said she feared “criticism” for the exhibit, also said, “I know it's a kind of a sad and very poignant kind of paradox, I think, that he loved this place so much and this where he was killed.”