Pranamaya Massage And Bodywork

Pranamaya Massage And Bodywork

5.0
3 years in business

About this pro

Pranamaya was created with the intention of helping people feel better and move without pain. I specialize in craniosacral therapy and techniques for the neck, shoulders and back. I trained in Worcester, MA, and spent the first year of my career in Costa Rica massaging at a yoga retreat center. 

My work contains the elements of holistic healing I learned in Costa Rica. It is an intuitive, intentional and customized treatment each and every time a client enters my office. I look forward to welcoming you! 

www.pranamayamassage.com 

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Northborough, MA 01532
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I ask new customer to arrive 10-15 minutes before their session to fill out an intake form. We will go over relevant health information, the reason for your visit (stress relief, pain management, etc.) and talk about what kind of pressure you like in your massage! I always offer the full 60 or 90 minute session. Tips are welcome but never required. 


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

Massage Therapy Degree

Craniosacral Therapy Certification

Thai Massage Certification 

Thai Reflexology Certification 

Cupping Certification 

Reiki Master Certification 

Spanish Speaking


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

Craniosacral Therapy is $85 for 60 minutes, $115 for 90 minutes.

Custom Therapeutic Massage is $75 for 60 minutes and $100 for 90 minutes.  

Thai massage is $75 for 60 minutes and $100 for 90 minutes. 


How did you get started in this business?

After returning home from college, where I was studying Performance and Theater, I started working for a physical therapy department in a nursing home. I watched the therapists work with patients, and got so excited about their work with the body that I went to an open house at a massage school near me. I learned massage is more than just fluffy relaxation, and can help people create a connection with their own bodies that we often can't find anywhere else. I began my schooling and never looked back!


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

I encourage customers to think about their level of comfort when coming into my office. It can be a vulnerable experience, so considering something like thai massage or craniosacral therapy which are fully clothed may be a more relaxing experience.