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Special offer! Pay-what-you-wish bodywork through August 31, 2014. Select any offering listed below and pay what you wish. 

MaryAnn Reynolds, MS, LMT, NCTMB, after working for years in technology, learned Reiki and used it on a gifted healer/friend who was injured. He told her the next day, "You need to get a license to touch people." She took that advice to heart and attended the Lauterstein-Conway School of Massage in Austin, TX, where she learned Swedish, deep, sports, prenatal, Shiatsu, and integrative massage. 

She is certified in Ashiatsu Deepfeet Bar Therapy in which she holds onto overhead bars to deliver carefully controlled pressure with her bare feet (Ashi = foot, atsu = pressure) and in Ashi-Thai (compressions with stretches similar to passive yoga). MaryAnn did her training in San Antonio with Jeni Spring. See her listing on the Graduates Directory

She has studied craniosacral therapy, a gentle, light-touch type of bodywork, doing her training with Ryan Hallford of Southlake, TX. Craniosacral therapy works with the body's innate rhythms to facilitate healing from the inside out. 

She continues to learn on her own, studying myofascial release and trigger point therapy, creatively combining multiple modalities in her integrative massages and her Neck and Head sessions. 

MaryAnn is a member of the Associated Massage and Bodywork Professionals (ABMP) and is nationally certified in massage and bodywork (NCTMB). Visit her website and blog at The Well: bodymindheartspirit

The Well Ashiatsu accepts payment via cash, check, Paypal, major credit cards, trade, and barter. 

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  • Craniosacral Therapy for Enhanced Well-Being

    intuitively combine biomechanical and biodynamic craniosacral work to help you become more relaxed and centered and to strengthen your innate healing capacity. You may experience release of tensions, warmth, unwinding, ease, expansion, and a deeper sense of "being in your body." 
  • Craniosacral Therapy for TMJ Disorder

    For those with neuromuscular TMJ issues (jaw pain, tightness, stuckness, clenching, grinding, clicking, grating, and/or popping), the initial consultation helps me assess what's needed, and follow-up sessions are devoted to releasing muscle tension and creating more space and ease in the jaw. I offer homework assignments to teach self-care. 

    For clients who need more help overcoming TMJ issues: A package consists of three 60-minute follow-up sessions and teaching self-care techniques to speed and deepen recovery. A $285 value for $250.
  • Neck and Head Sessions

    After smoothing and releasing neck muscles and fascia into place for better posture, these sessions may include trigger point release of key neck muscles, craniosacral work, lymphatic drainage, and stretches, ending with a scalp massage. Great for tension headaches and stiff, sore necks. 
  • Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage

    Using long, deep, flow-y strokes, Ashiatsu barefoot massage refreshes and detoxifies your body, releases trigger points, loosens adhesions, and invites spontaneous spinal adjustments. I control the pressure from “light” up to my full body weight. Some say Ashiatsu is so delicious, it changes the way they think about massage! Ashiatsu is done unclothed using draping to cover parts not being worked on. Delicious Ashi-Thai compressions and stretches included! 

    Ashi-Thai includes compressions and stretches (like passive yoga) and is done with the recipient wearing loose, long-sleeved clothing or stretchy yoga-type clothing. 

  • Integrative Massage and Variations

    Swedish massage releases tensions and relieves pain, leaving you feeling refreshed and renewed. I intuitively integrate other modalities, such as reflexology, body mobilization techniques, stretches, acupressure, deep massage, trigger point release, lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, and craniosacral therapy as needed and as time allows. Variations include vigorous sports massage with stretches and percussion, prenatal (side-lying) massage, and hot stones massage. 



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