Through my expertise in multiple modalities, I address a range of concerns. Physical: back/neck pain shoulder pain jaw pain/tension hip pain whiplash balance arthritis Parkinson's Disease fibromyalgia chronic pain stroke recovery surgery recovery posture pregnancy relief (any stage of pregnancy through post-birth) headaches insomnia Emotional/spiritual: stress reduction grounding anxiety management insomnia emotional parts connected to physical symptoms What populations do you work with?
I work with children and adults. All sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome. All body sizes are welcome. I specialize in working with chronic pain and Parkinson's Disease.
Where are you located?
My office is at 12345 Parklawn Drive, suite 200-R27. Rockville, Maryland 20852. I also work with clients virtually via phone or Zoom.
Are you wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the office is wheelchair accessible.
How long is a session?
In person sessions are an hour or an hour and a half. Virtual sessions are an hour. Session time includes intake and closure. Please schedule an hour and a half for the first session. If you would like plenty of time for both intake and hands-on, please book an hour and a half for follow-up sessions also. What are your rates?
Sessions are $150 for one hour, $210 for one and a half hours. Sessions for Parkinson's clients are $115 for more frequent, 45 minute sessions. Students currently enrolled in the Potomac Massage Training Institute are $100 for an hour. A limited number of discounted slots are available for those who truly need it. Email me to inquire, email@example.com. Discounted slots available for group classes also. Email me to inquire.
What form of payment do you accept?
Zelle, PayPal, Venmo, check or cash are accepted at the time of service.
Do you take insurance?
As a licensed massage therapist, I am happy to provide an invoice for a flexible spending account. If you are going through a PIP claim, I can provide an invoice to submit for reimbursement. Massage therapy, Acupressure, and Somatic Education are not currently covered by standard health insurance.
Why the name True North Healing?
North according to the earth's axis. Different from compass north. To move forward in the right direction.
Why the geese?
Geese totem are a symbol of following one's inner compass. Geese also symbolize a strong connection between mental faculties and movement, as in flying tightly in formation during migration. The mind/movement connection ties in with Feldenkrais, as Feldenkrais is based in neurological connections between the brain and movement.