In the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon near Medford there are two prominent mesas accentuating the picturesque valley, named Lower and Upper Table Rock. Besides being great landmarks to view from a car heading north or south on Interstate 5, both mesas afford great leg-stretching, boredom-breaking hikes.
One of the most essential items I carry with me to my outcall Deep Esalen bodywork is a table warmer, as one of the variables that’s difficult to control in an in-home massage is the temperature of a client’s domicile.
I recently had an outcall massage at the home of a Kung Fu practitioner in the Richmond District of San Francisco. Before the massage session, during our intake interview, I asked him about incorporating stretches into his table time and he replied, “Although I probably need them, I’d prefer not as I want a lighter, more relaxing session.”
As a self-funded 14-year-old skier without family members who also skied, Mt. Bachelor was a bit of a Shangri La to me.
With the passing of the Fall Equinox, my winter plans are coming into crisper focus. This winter will hopefully be all about skiing.
One of the great joys of doing mobile Esalen massage in Santa Fe are the wonderful hiking opportunities New Mexico affords. One of my favorite hikes is the Atalaya mountain trail. Atalaya means
One of the attributes which attracts clients to my Deep Esalen bodywork is a unique combination of massage moves which I custom-tailor to a client’s needs and desires. My offering is one-of-a-kind. Common feedback I receive is
I will post here often about topics such as massage, hiking, brain health, skiing and life. I am so glad that you are taking the time to read this and I hope that my insights inspire, touch you, welcome you to think, and entertain you.