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Intuitive Touch Therapeutic Massage


Therapeutic Massage

Candace Leila, CMT

Trained at Pacific School of Massage, Sebastopol Massage Center and Berkeley Rosen Center, Candace utilizes a holistic approach to body, mind and spirit with a variety of healing arts techniques and bodywork modalities. Easily flowing between a strong therapeutic massage and a gentle intuitive touch, she draws from Reflexology, Acupressure, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu, Swedish, CranioSacral, Yoga, Shen, Jin Shin, and Rosen Method.

RATES: ½ hr $40 1hr $80 1.5 hr $120
Available Mon-Sun 9am-7pm by Appointment


Insured ABMP member
Gift certificates and House calls upon request
Available for groups, retreats, weddings~ Interfaith Minister

What are the benefits of Massage Therapy and Bodywork?

Massage and bodywork can help release chronic muscular tension and pain, improve circulation, increase joint flexibility, reduce mental and physical fatigue and stress, promote faster healing of injured muscular tissue, improve posture, and reduce blood pressure. Massage and bodywork are also known to promote better sleep, improve concentration, reduce anxiety, and create an overall sense of well-being.


Intuitive work is a way of incorporating the perceived and received information that extends beyond the five senses, transcending what is considered ordinary thinking patterns and reasoning processes. The four main media by which intuitives receive and perceive information are clairsentience; clairvoyance; clairaudience; and knowingness--impression or inspirational thought. The challenge for bodyworkers is how to respectfully incorporate intuition into their work while demonstrating responsibility/respect to the client. While the science aspect of bodywork focuses on the technique of touch (information accessed through the left hemisphere of the brain), the art aspect of bodywork focuses on how to touch with care and sensitivity (information accessed through the right hemisphere of the brain). As obvious tools for listening, hands touch with the intent to hear and see--information accessed through the temporal lobe. These three parts of the neurological system are considered the intuitive network.

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