My work with patients improves their well being while releasing their stress, learning how to breathe deeply, meditate and stretch. I offer sessions of massage therapy, reiki and yoga (stretches and meditation). I combine and adjust those therapies according to the patient's needs. I am a registered yoga teacher (since 2003) and a licensed massage therapist (since 2006). I am also certified in Prenatal massage and love making pregnancy time more comfortable for mothers. I thaught yoga style exercises and prenatal yoga at South Miami Hospital for 14 years, chair yoga for Parkinsons for 6 years through Neuroscience Foundation of South Florida, besides having my own business for 16 years in the area of South Miami. You can check my website at www.yogamarit.com
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The customer calls or emails me. I ask a few questions to see if my work will serve her. In the first appointment, according to the needs and goals of the patient, we agree on a therapy course, the number of sessions to achieve it, which modalities we will be using, what will be the frequency of the therapy (once a week, twice a month, once a month). Most patients have a massage in the first session to start releasing long term tensions and stiffness from the body.
I became a registered massage therapist in 2006, havind studied in the Acupuncture Massage College in Miami, FL. Additionally I have been certified in prenatal massage, reiki, and facial rejuvenation massage. I am a registered yoga teacher Level 500, having practiced Hatha Yoga (Brazil), Iyengar Yoga (Miami), Yoga of the Femenine Unfolding (Greece).
My standard pricing is $100/hour, $150/90 minutes. Packages have a 10% discount.
I started teaching yoga for free during college times and I loved it! I saw the benefits for my students and myself and kept teaching it as a hobby. In 2002 I decided to make it a full time job and in 2006 I got my massage license to combine it for a deeper therapeutic effect.
In my private business I have worked mainly with women from the age of 35 to 90. Occasionally also with their family members (husband of children). In the settings of Hospital and Neuroscience Foundation, the student population includes mainly adults, both men and women.
One of my greates source of happiness is to go monthly to Miami Rescue Mission to serve the homeless population. It reminds me that we all need each other, and that true health is found in the peace in our hearts.
I would tell her to be very honest with herself to find out what she is looking for. In that way she can decide what kind of help she wants to get. I also recommend getting references about the professional she wants to hire. I myself only hire professionals with a proven reputation. Anybody can advertise using chosen words, but actions and results talk louder and truthfully.
The customer could ask: what kind of discomfort do I feel? Physical, emotional, both? Is it coming from my personal life, from my work habits? Since when do I feel that discomfort (pain, sleeplesness, etc). Was it triggered by an event? Should I get a medical diagnosis first? Do I know what kind of therapy could help me at this moment?
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