The desire to be pain free without invasive surgery was what drove me to get an education in bodywork. After finishing school, I continued to study in the areas of psychology, spirituality, self-help, exercise, nutrition and massage. In the last four years, I’ve read about a hundred books combined in those areas. I do my best to practice well what I have studied. When I massage someone, I am working with my intuitive healing sense, the culmination of experience gained from working into and through my pain, the work of other great teachers who I have learned from, and thousands of hours of studying and focused practice. I'm a passionate, hard working guy with big dreams. Though I have very few reviews, people often tell me that the massage I give is the best or one of the best they have ever received.
I’m a playful person, honest and chill with a quiet, sassy edge. My education and life experiences lets me see people in terms of the way we disempower ourselves and become stuck in unconscious patterns that create negativity, disease and disability. I think this helps me keep a positive outlook on myself and others. Understanding ways in which pain prevents relaxation of body/mind/heart allows me more space to have compassion and love for the circumstances we are born into and have little hope of controlling until we are adults. I’m in this line of work because I have a heart-warming time connecting with others. I am generally judgment free and will work on anyone regardless of age or weight (must be over 18 or have a parent present). Dancing, music, reading and djing are a few of my favorite things. I go to burning man and other festivals to look at art, be snarky, dance for days, and connect with people from all different cultures. I live in Asheville and work all around the U.S.A
Home: Asheville, NC
GPS: Asheville, NC