Absolutely. The techniques that I use and teach -- like Tellington TTouch® and BodyTalk -- are complementary modalities, which means that they "complement" other types of movement, personal development and healing that you might already be doing.
I often say: "Even if you do these techniques the 'wrong' way, the worst that'll happen is you'll give -- or receive -- a lovely experience!"
There's truly no risk or downside to this work.
TTouch looks a bit like a massage and feels a bit like a massage, but ultimately, it's quite different.
It's a series of circular, lifting and sliding motions that release physical pain and tension, but also shift your state of mind: making it easier for you to think clearly, retain new information, open up to new possibilities, and be kinder with yourself and others.
You'll be fully clothed -- soft, loose, comfortable clothing is always best. Please save your formal evening wear and stiletto heels for another day!
The answer to this question is: it depends.
I've had some clients do a single session with me, get everything they need, and happily stride off on their own. Other clients prefer to keep regular appointments -- like a mind-body-spirit tune-up, once or twice a month.
It's completely up to you -- and I'll never pressure you to book more time with me than you want or need. That's just not my style.
I wish I had more photos of beautiful Spirit -- the horse who first led me to TTouch Training, and sparked my entire career.
But here is one of my favorites from the archives: