We offer several bodywork modalities, including Thai Yoga Bodywork, and more.
Thai Yoga Bodywork
Thai Yoga Bodywork is an ancient form of bodywork rooted in Buddhism, Indian Ayurveda and Chinese medicine. Based on traditional northern style Thai Massage (Nuad Boran), this work combines several different techniques, including deep tissue release, assisted yoga stretching, joint mobilization, traction, acupressure, and breath work. The primary intent of this work is to move and balance energy throughout the body. Thai Bodywork is practiced in the spirit of Metta, Buddhist loving kindness meditation. The effects and benefits of this work are profound for both the receiver as well as the practitioner.
Pricing: 90-minute session: $110
75-minute session: $90
Gift Certificates available. Gift Certificates expire 6 months from date of purchase. No exceptions please. 24 Hour Cancellation Notice, please. Payment is expected for cancellations in less than 24 hours. To set up an appointment with Martha, contact us.
What to expect
This work is performed fully clothed upon a soft mat on the floor. Loose fitting cotton clothing is best- please wear long pants, and refrain from using lotion on the hands and feet and perfume on the day of your session.
Martha McQuaid E-RYT 500, C-IAYT
An advanced Practitioner of the Thai Yoga Method, as taught by Jonas Westring, Martha has been practicing Thai Bodywork for 19 years, and has traveled to Thailand several times to continue her studies with noted teachers Master Pichest Boonthame and Therdchai Chumpoophong. Martha enhances her work with her extensive knowledge and background as a Certified Yoga Teacher and Certified Yoga Therapist.
Gwyn Davis: Massage Therapy, Wellness Coaching, and Personal Training
Gwyn Davis LMT has a Degree from the University of Central Oklahoma in Psychology, is a Licensed Massage Therapist, and is certified in Personal Training, Holistic Lifestyle Coaching and Functional Medicine. As a wellness coach Gwyn helps her clients pinpoint what area of their life has gotten off track be it diet, exercise, coping with stress, managing symptoms of illness, or dysfunctional relationships with self, or others. Once those areas have been identified a program is created that addresses the client’s specific needs through diet, bodywork, stress management and the most productive form of movement for their constitution. By helping her clients learn to slow down, tune into their inner wisdom and begin to trust the natural processes of healing the body undergoes when given the correct environment, they can enjoy a life of greater health and happiness.”