Baby Lee is a outstanding massage practitioner who received her credential from Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science, Oakland. She specializes in the integration of Eastern philosophy modalities and Western modalities, making her an expert in her field. Her massage has the potential to shift people's lives for continuous wellness to come.
Top shelf! Excellent!
Baby relieved stress and worked magic on my back.
Baby gave a great massage, included some cupping and had a cool sense of humor. Enjoyed the visit!
She was amazing. The space was beautiful.
With all clients, we first start off with a check-in to get a better idea of their vision for their massage session. Once we do this, we take this information and develop a custom massage session that best fits their vision.
Baby Lee, LMT, is a massage therapist with a private practice in Alameda who received her credential from Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science. Oakland.
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Baby Lee, LMT, was exposed to Eastern philosophy and medicine practice at an early age and integrates its teachings and practice with Western modalities, having received her credential in massage therapy from Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Science in Oakland. This blend of East and West allow her to reach a audience interested in results establishes her as one of a kind in the field of mindfulness massage.
Massage is the space where our innate vibrational needs arrive to heal, restore and transform is revealed. The therapeutic relationship is one of those rare relationships where we can explore where it is we release – our stress, anxiaty and pain – without concern of judgment, shame or guilt. Through massage therapy we can learn to walk towards relief and harmony, one kind touch at a time.
Her approach in therapy is a result one, where all aspects of the individual’s emotional health are equally considered. She works in an open, collaborative and empathic manner. Clients who visit with her are assured the highest care and comfort.
Baby believes that each one of us can benefit from massage therapy with a trusted professional as we all have a need for a kind touch. As such, she works from an extremely humane and respectful place, holding true admiration for those who actually take that step towards wellness.
Baby has a private practice in Alameda, California. Here, she sees children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and puppies.
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1. Explore wisely
Finding a therapist who works for your needs. You can streamline the process by asking friends and family for referrals.
2. Look high and low
Get a sense of how they react to your unique situation and how well the two of you gel. Like any relationship, a therapist can look great on paper, but in person, the connection may not be there.
3. Make sure the price is right
There's no way around it: Therapy can be expensive. Some therapists take insurance, but others are private fee-based only. Some may offer a sliding scale, with fees adjusted based on income on a case-by-case basis. It's important to get this information upfront with every therapist you talk to.
Honesty is very important to getting an effective massage. Many individuals are afraid to communicate with their therapist for fear of being "impolite". However, this should never be a concern. Remember, you are paying for a service. You should be able to get the most effective service for your money. This means that telling your therapists if something doesn’t feel good or telling your therapist that you’d like to focus on a particular area is more than okay.
Also, it is also important to be honest about any potentially dangerous medical conditions that might impact your session. Did you know that massage therapists are bound to the same or similar HIPAA laws as your general practitioner doctor? It’s true! Therapists are bound by law to keep any medical related information private.
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