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Brief bio: MaryAnn Reynolds, after working in publishing and technology for years, 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." Taking that as a discovery of a gift worth developing, she attended the nationally recognized Lauterstein-Conway School of Massage in Austin, graduating in early 2012. 

Not long after getting licensed, she began extensive training in craniosacral therapy with Ryan Hallford's Craniosacral Resource Center in Southlake, TX, studying both classical and biodynamic craniosacral therapy. She is certified in classical craniosacral therapy, which includes supervised, hands-on training in TMJ (jaw) work.

Because some clients prefer deep pressure, she trained and got certified in Ashiatsu Deepfeet Bar Therapy, in which she holds onto overhead bars to deliver pressure with her feet. She trained as well as in Ashi-Thai (compressions with stretches, similar to passive yoga). MaryAnn did her training in San Antonio with Jeni Spring. She is listed on the national Graduates Directory

A lifelong learner, she continues to learn and improve her skills. MaryAnn aims to be an all-around healer and teacher, able to draw on her life experience, curiosity, and training in bodywork, Reiki, meditation, NLP, and yoga to spread peaceful, embodied living. 

She offers chair massage in homes and offices as well as portable table massage in homes (existing clients only). These offerings are available at times and locations other than shown on this site. Please call with your request.

In addition to her practice at 12th Street Studios, MaryAnn works part-time for Seton Cove, a spirituality center affiliated with Seton Hospitals in the Austin area, where she offers massage to new mothers, chair massage to Seton staff, and table massage to anyone who seeks it. She is delighted that mainstream medicine values massage and considers healing, hands-on touch to be vital. 

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

To read what clients are saying, check out MaryAnn's Yelp profile as well as reviews on this page. 

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  • Nervous System Reset: Integrative Massage and Variations

    These full-body sessions work profoundly on the circulatory, lymphatic, musculo-skeletal, energetic, and nervous systems. From a foundation of Swedish massage, sessions include an intuitive integration of bodywork modalities such as body mobilization techniques, stretches, acupressure, deep massage, trigger point release, lymphatic drainage, reflexology,  myofascial release, and craniosacral therapy. You leave feeling refreshed, renewed, and more present in your body, with a decrease in pain and tension and an increase in mobility. 

    Variations include vigorous sports massage with stretches and percussion, prenatal/postnatal (side-lying) massage, and hot stones massage (during winter months only, on request). 

    You undress in privacy, and draping is used to cover all but the area being worked on.  
  • Back, Shoulders, Neck, Head

    Where do you carry tension? These sessions focus where you need it most: back, shoulders, neck, and/or head, utilizing Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, stretches, acupressure, deep massage (Lauterstein method), craniosacral work, lymphatic drainage, scalp and/or face massage. Great for aching backs, tight shoulders, stiff or sore necks, and tension headaches. You undress only the areas being worked on, with draping provided.
  • Heeling Foot Massage

    Sometimes a foot massage is exactly what you need. No need to get undressed, very little lubricant is needed, plus the deep relaxation affects the entire body, so you leave feeling as if you've had a full body massage. Drawing on my training in anatomy, reflexology,  trigger point therapy, Swedish massage, acupressure, stretching and more, after our session, your feet will feel refreshed and energized. You remain clothed.
  • Relief from TMJ Pain

    For those with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) issues, such as jaw pain, tightness, clenching, grinding, clicking, popping, etc., this treatment includes an assessment of jaw range-of-motion, releasing tightness in key external and internal jaw muscles, and craniosacral work. Reduces pain and tightness and improves mobility. Please schedule 90 minutes for your first session; then you may schedule follow-ups as needed. Just three sessions often bring lasting change. You remain clothed for these sessions. 
  • Craniosacral Therapy for Enhanced Well-Being

    These sessions intuitively combine biomechanical and biodynamic craniosacral work to help you become more relaxed and centered and to strengthen your innate healing capacity. In these meditation-like, gentle-touch sessions, you may experience release of tension, warmth, unwinding, and a deeper sense of being fully present and centered in your body. You remain clothed for these sessions.
  • Sole-ful Ashiatsu and Ashi-Thai Barefoot Massage

    Using long, flow-y strokes with the whole foot, heel, or balls of the toes, Ashiatsu barefoot massage deeply refreshes your body, loosens knots, and invites spontaneous spinal adjustments. I control the pressure from a Swedish-like “light” up to my full body-weight "deep". Delicious Ashi-Thai compressions and stretches included! You undress in privacy, with draping used to cover parts not being worked on. 

    Ashi-Thai standalone sessions are done with you fully clothed in loose or stretchy garments. 



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