Syntropy Neuromyofascial Integration Bodywork

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I am trained in many of the traditional Massage Modalities listed below and do incorporate some of these techniques during a treatment. My bodywork is influenced by many techniques, that has inspired the name Syntropy Neuromyofascial Integration (You may read more in the About Johanna page and in the Syntropy Neuromyofascial Integration page).

align flexible imageThe intention of Syntropy Neuromyofascial Integration Bodywork is to affect the whole structure and to release from the deep layers of the body, to find the places of greatest ease in the body then encourage that space to expand through movement and touch. And through this leading to dis-integration, a main feature of neuromuscular education, where body parts that may be stuck together are reminded of the possibility of moving separately. To make a noticeable and lasting change that goes far beyond the hour and half or two on the table.

The work is non-invasive and clients feel safe very quickly, it has the ability to affect long time pain patterns in every individual who will allow it to happen, restoring balance and promoting overall well being of body, mind and spirit.

A lot can be accomplished in one treatment, although the most lasting benefit will be reached through a series of regular treatments followed by regular maintenance, (it’s like keeping your car running smoothly for years, you invest some time and money into maintenance when the car is a few years old, and then keep it oiled and lubricated on a regular basis).

Massage techniques I am trained in:

  • Syntropy Insight BodyworkCranio Sacral Therapy
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Swedish Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage                     
  • Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Massage
  • Pohaku (Hot stone) Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Aromatherapy Massage
  • Hapai (Pregnancy) Massage
  • Reflexology
  • Shiatsu
  • Myofascial Release Work
  • Orthobionomy
  • Myofascial Somatics Structural Integration

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