BodyCure

BodyCure

5.0
23 years in business

About this pro

I have over 20 years experience working with clients 1 on 1 in a healing and therapeutic setting. My experience as a licensed massage therapist, certified personal trainer and private yoga instructor has given me a substantial depth of working knowledge about the human body.

Helping my clients to feel truly heard, their needs truly cared for and their expectations exceeded is at the heart of everything I do. When I am able to achieve this objective there is nothing more rewarding for me.

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Austin, TX 78746
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FAQs


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

With new clients I like to set aside at least 15-20 minutes at our first session to discuss their goals for treatment.


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

In addition to massage, I have spent 15 years studying and teaching yoga, with 10 of those years also working as a personal trainer, specializing in corrective exercise as it relates to postural balance and pain relief. 


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

-Cash pay In-home Massage sessions:

$90/ 60 min       $140/ 90 min         $180/ 120 min

-Insurance Billed Medical Massage

$45/per treatment unit


How did you get started in this business?

I began as a person with my own injuries and my own pain that I was looking to find a natural, holistic solution to. When I was 17 I fell down a flight of stairs and landed on my tailbone. I found that through regular yoga, persona training and massage I am able to live pain free. I seek to share the tools from my many years of experience so that others may receive this gift as well.


What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with clients of all ages and levels of health.


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

If someone is looking to hire a massage therapist the first thing I would ask the client to look at is that person's lifestyle. We cannot be confident taking health related advice from someone who has not stepped up to take care of their own health. If the massage therapist you are considering working with is overweight, in any kind of pain or suffering from any other lifestyle related malady, it's time to go back to square one.


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

It is absolutely in the client's best interest to carefully consider their own objectives before contacting a new therapist, not only their short term, immediate goals, but their long term goals as well. Do not be afraid to voice any and all of these to your therapist. You will be suprised how incredibly thorough and comprehensive of a treatment plan your therapist can help you to create when you have provided them with as much information as you can.