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Integrative Bodywork
& Massage Therapy

Touch-based therapies can be a powerful ingredient to an integrative approach to health: relieving muscle tension, alleviating stress, encouraging the self-healing process, and helping clients integrate psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.

At Sage, we offer a variety of integrative, touch-based therapies including Esalen® massage, Rolfing® Structural Integration, cranial sacral therapy, and trauma-informed bodywork.
The Sage Approach to Massage Therapy & Bodywork
Dedicated Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers
Our massage therapists are highly experienced and passionate about what they do. Through specialized training and a deep understanding of how bodywork supports mental and physical health, our team will bring a personalized approach to your massage session that addresses your concerns and supports your care.
Trauma-informed Approach
Our massage therapists and bodyworkers are specially trained to gently relieve physical and mental tension stored in the body. Our practitioners use safe, slow, and presence-based touch to make sure that our clients are able to relax and be present in their bodies.
Care, Coordinated
At Sage, we believe the mind, body and spirit are all interconnected and our bodywork program is designed accordingly. Bodywork can be a powerful adjunct to other mental health and wellness modalities and our bodyworkers and massage therapists are trained to collaborate with other Sage practitioners in support of your health and wellness goals.
Sage Bodywork & Massage Therapy Modalities
Esalen Massage Therapy
Esalen Massage Therapy is a gentle, nurturing modality of massage therapy capable of inducing deep relaxation. Esalen massage therapists use long, graceful strokes, passive joint movement, and gentle rocking and stretching at varying pressures to open and relax the body. The intention of the practitioner is to coax the body into more breath, more awareness and a greater sense of calm and wellbeing.
Rolfing®
Rolfing is a form of bodywork that involves the softening of fascia and connective tissues. This method creates better alignment and restores the natural integrity of the body within gravity. Named after Dr. Ida Rolf, Rolfing examines the interrelatedness of the body and treats the entire structure through a sequence of work called the Ten Series. During your Rolf session, our Rolfer will work on the web-like complex of connective tissues to release, realign and balance the whole body. Rolfing can help address patterns of tension that develop as a result of trauma, postural habits, work demands, and chronic pain.
Psychosomatic & integrative touch therapy
We suggest this kind of bodywork for individuals who are seeking physical support to help integrate other forms of therapy, such as ketamine assisted psychotherapy, psychotherapy, or medicinal journal work. In conjunction with psychotherapy or psychedelic-assisted therapy, this therapeutic approach can help catalyze the mind-body connection and facilitate integration. For example, clients can utilize touch therapy before psychedelic sessions as a form of preparation, during ketamine assisted therapy sessions as a means of support, or after psychedelic work to promote integration. We've found that this type of bodywork can be useful for individuals with clinical depression, anxiety and PTSD. Psycho-somatic touch therapy can help soften hardness, density and tension in relation to complex situations and how they manifest in the body.
Trauma-informed bodywork
Trauma informed bodywork is a more specialized approach to bodywork. We suggest this type of work for individuals who may have a history of trauma or who are struggling to understand their numbness, physical restrictions, discomfort, disconnection or acute and chronic pain. It is often helpful to be working with a psychotherapist in tandem with trauma-informed bodywork.
What to expect with Massage Therapy & Bodywork at Sage?
In your first session, you'll visit with our therapist to address your concerns or establish your goals. Your therapist will also discuss any sensations you may be experiencing at the start of your session - some clients who come to us are are experiencing specific somatic or body sensations like numbness in the body, physical restriction, acute or chronic pain, history of trauma, discomfort, or disconnection from an area or part of one's body.
Once you've completed your first session, your touch therapist will establish a cadence for follow up visits. If you're working with another Sage practitioner, our team will coordinate to plan visits to improve effectiveness of your complementary treatment.
Meet our Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers
Massage Therapist
Rolfer®
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bodywork or massage therapy session?
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