East-West Healing Arts

East-West Healing Arts

Carole Berberich

Washington, DC

5.0

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29 years in business
2 employees

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Offer Eastern and Western forms of massage

Deep Barefoot Shiatsu, Thai, Swedish, Sports, Couple

Acupuncture

Herbs 

AIS Stretching and MET Reflex Work

European Neuromuscular 

Mobile Massage

Therapy Dog in Home Visits

Conveniently located across from the National Zoo

Services

Chair Massage, Couples Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Massage, In Home Massage, Massage Therapy, Oriental Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Alternative Healing, Anxiety Therapy, Medical Massage, Acupuncture Services


Location

Washington, DC 20008

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What is your typical process for working with a new client?

Filling out Intake Session

Personal Interview and Evaluation 

Hands On Session

Finishing with Beverage - Cool Water if Desired

Rescheduling Client According  to Client Needs and Preferences


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Orthopedic Neurology Nursing 

Licensed Massage Therapist

Licensed Acupuncturist 

Biofeedback Training 

Certified Therapy Dog Handler


Do you have a standard pricing system? If so, please share the details here.

50-60 minutes      $99

80-90 minutes      $149

110-120 minutes  $190

Mobile*

60 minutes

90 minutes       

120 minutes

* As above plus travel expense of $35 - $50

based on distance/time of commute.

Therapy Dog Visit

30-60 minutes

Pro-Bono ++ Travel Expense


How did you get started?

Long story, will finish later.  But basically,

always interested in complementary methods  care and explored various training along my journey desiring to offer relaxing and rejuvenating options  to enhance and improve one's quality of life while offering reliance on one's own sense of empowerment.


What types of customers have you worked with?

Many

But most of my clients have originally come due to some form of pain that they want relief from.  Later, it's usually maintence to assist with decreasing their levels of stress and improving muscle flexibility and lengthening.  Or may be an adjunctive to a weight lifting or yoga regimen.  


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I will later...


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a professional in your area of expertise?

Hmmm...

Massage is so diverse.  It all depends on what they are looking for - experimenting with different forms of massage, seeking pain relief, postural and structural alignment, emotional nurturing, cancer treatment palliative co-treatment, and much more...


What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their needs?

What they think they'd like the end result from the massage/bodywork or holistic therapy to be.