Stress affects us all. You may notice it when you discipline your children, or during busy times at work, managing your finances, or coping with challenging relationships. Too much stress can wear you down and make you sick mentally physically,and it can even kill you. From heart disease, autoimmune conditions, digestive problems, making you feel crummy all over. People under stress also tend to percieve pain differently. We understand there is no cookie cutter approach to wellness, we customize plans based on your needs and what you want to achieve. By listening closely to what your body tells us. It's in this way we help you enjoy the life you have and the one you want
Massage therapy is known for reducing stress and promoting relaxation. A growing body of research also shows that massage is effective for relieving and managing chronic and acute pain.
Aromatherapy is a caring, hands-on therapy which seeks to induce relaxation, increase energy, and reduce the effects of stress.
Reducing excess fat can help you reduce your risk for chronic illnesses including heart disease, improve your mobility as you age, and give you greater confidence and energy.
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Deanna was born and raised in the Puget Sound area, truly enjoys working with people, and is passionate about health and wellness, and its role in living life to it's fullest. By really listening to her clients and staying up-to date on current health concerns, teaching them how to communicate better with their doctors.
Deanna graduated from Ashmead after completing 800 hands-on training hours in 2006. She has 13 years of experience in injury treatment, working with major health insurance and auto injury claims. Her main focus is deep tissue, with energy work to find the exact areas that needs attention.
Deanna is a certified Holistic Practitioner and can offer Nutritional Guidance and Life Coaching with training from the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. This additional training allows her to design GOAL-oriented programs specifically designed for each individual.