bodyworkBodywork, as a term, encompasses any technique or modality that consciously seeks to enhance what feels good and improves overall performance while simultaneously diminishing tension, pain or discomfort in the body/mind continuum. As the origins of these tensions may arise from any confluence of the physical, mental or emotional body, the methods and the specifics of achieving positive change are endless.
Lisa Jamison | MA 42488
727.510.4959 | LIFTperformanceenhancement.com
My work involves taking a multidisciplinary approach to helping your body perform at its best. Realignment of posture is a priority. This begins by putting you in a more aligned position on the table while using massage to relax tight and overworked muscles. We can reintroduce dormant and under utilized muscles into the work force. After creating awareness within your daily activities I can help you rebuild through yoga, sports, or fitness training. I look forward to helping clients on any part of that journey. A structurally balanced body one that feels better, lives with more vitality, and is a mere gateway to the great work you can perform!
Annette K. Scott | MA 39230
813.431.4144 | annettekscott.com
I studied massage at Florida’s School of Massage in Gainesville. The school’s teaching is grounded in deep listening and the power of conscious, compassionate touch to affect change. My work and on-going education reflects this focus. My development as a therapist, and as a human, is a constant expansion and study of four interrelated aspects: my state of attention, the quality of my presence and touch, the clarity of my intention and the ability to listen and lovingly respond. I believe these interpenetrated skills allow me to provide you with bodywork that is tailored to what you need in the present moment. 1 hour $75 | 1.5 hr $105 | 2 hr $140
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai-Yoga Massage is a unique style of bodywork that combines deep tissue massage with coordinated breath work and yoga stretching. Thai-Yoga Massage is performed on a mat allowing for a full range of stretching. In addition; the deep tissue massage dissolves physical tension, while the assisted stretches and breath exercises realign the body and stimulate the natural flow of energy. The work will help dissolve physical and emotional blocks, eliminate toxins from the body, promote correct posture, improve respiratory patterns and leave the client with a deep sense of well being.
Johnny Erb | MA 58736
Massage and Bodywork have been woven into my life since I began training in Martial Arts and Dance in my early years. I wanted to honor the connections between movement, service, and happiness. This path eventually led me to the Vedic Conservatory where I continue to study Vedic Thai-Yoga Bodywork under “Mukti” Michael Buck and other remarkable healers. I hope everyone can experience this sacred contribution to the healing arts
The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and/or activities easier by improving or restoring physical function and fitness level. Change is achieved by improving posture, correcting movement dysfunctions, increasing flexibility, strength, endurance, coordination, and/or balance.
R. Neil White | MSPT, CSCS
813.787.6733 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Neil has over fifteen-years of experience as a personal trainer and six-years as a physical therapist. As a performance physical therapist his primary focus is working with clients who are interested in improving their pain, posture and movement dysfunctions, as well as those motivated to improve their performance in sports (e.g. Run, cycle, trek and golf). Neil is a Titleist Performance Institute Level II Certified Medical Professional and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with extensive experience and passion for working with all levels of athletes recovering from injury, decreasing injury risk, improving racing times or lowering their handicap. His therapeutic tools and modalities range from classic physical therapy modalities (therapeutic exercise) to more modern tools (Functional Movement ScreenTM) to more ancient (yoga). In his spare time Neil enjoys family time with his wife Cami and two daughters Kelsi and Bryn, reading about a broad interest of subjects and obviously increasing his heart rate and work capacity through many different modes of exercise!