Sankalpa is Sanskrit for intention, resolve, or goal. This intention is usually set while in a deep meditative state in a yoga pose called savasana, it's that lovely pose at the end of the yoga routine where you lie on your back and breathe, akin to the wonderful feeling of lying on a massage table. A sankalpa is created with present tense positive words and is repeated often to initiate change from within.
Bodyworks is the second part, because, well, our bodies work! We are not 2 dimensional beings who are either face up or face down on a massage table. In order to help your body to initiate it's healing process, we need to move in all planes of motion. We need to communicate to the inner workings of the body to remind it to keep on moving. If you work for your body, work to keep it healthy and whole; from womb to tomb your body will work for you. It's a partnership of the best kind.
In May 2015 I graduated from Blue Sky School of Massage in Wisconsin with a 4.0 GPA and an excited heart. I knew this was the right direction for me. My technical mind was drawn to the work of Doug Nelson and others with Precision Neuromuscular Therapy, and the lofty Aquarian in me was delightfully distracted by Craniosacral Therapy and modalities with energetic qualities.
At this moment, my focus is on neuromuscular therapy. There are too many people in pain that are falling through the cracks of our Western medical system. Massage is under-utilized in our current society and I strive to improve the lives of those I touch as well as the image of massage therapy.
-Charlene Jones, LMT
- On site chair massage
- Sports Massage
Where I practice
- Chiropractic Office
- Day Spa
- Therapist’s Private Practice Office
- Wellness Center
male, female, children
State license/Certificate: WI 13358146
Experience: 0-3 years
I sell gift certificates
I do not accept insurance
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