I often joke with my friends that I spend 1/2 of my life hunched over a computer typing and the other 1/2 of my life upside down balancing on my head or my hands. While I like to think that this dichotomous living creates a harmonious balance, it seems my muscles don't always agree. As a certified yoga instructor, I know that I should know better than to overtrain, especially without properly warming up/cooling down and that sitting for hours on end answering emails is not exactly the ideal way to rest my muscles. Alas, as the saying goes: "The son of the shoemaker has no shoes."
So getting a deep tissue Swedish massage from Chana Sahler this past Friday was just what the doctor ordered. She used trigger point therapy to press into the areas which were especially tight and worked on lengthening my neck and opening up my shoulders. I left felling super blissed out and slept like a baby later that night.
Oh and the sandalwood massage oil she used was a great bonus. What a yummy smell!
Chana's training is unique in that her approach is very clinical and Western in origin.
She gives the following types of massages:
Trigger point therapy
These are the benefits of massage therapy:
Increased range of motion
To book an appointment with Chana Sahler, contact her at: