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Please wear comfortable, loose clothing that allows for movement. During your session, you'll lie comfortably dressed on a massage table while John uses gentle, intuitive touch to assist your body's natural healing process. He won't force any movements but will follow your body's lead. John starts by assessing your craniosacral system via the brain cycle, feeling for tension and monitoring the rhythm of cerebrospinal fluid. Then he helps to release tightness in both the craniosacral area and surrounding soft tissues. As your body responds, John supports further release and healing. Children can be on the floor, sitting, or moving, with favorite toys for comfort. Afterward, clients often feel deeply relaxed, like after a restful sleep.


After a session, many experience immediate relaxation, with potential pain reduction or improved function gradually occurring in the following days or weeks. Some may notice temporary aches or emotional shifts, which are part of the body releasing tension and old patterns. These sensations typically pass within a few days. If you have any questions or concerns, John is here to help. You can reach out via call, text, or email.

Comfort & Modesty


Great communication is vital in any relationship. While John will be following your innate wisdom and your session should feel effortless, always let him know if you are uncomfortable. You are always in control of what happens during your session and are leading your healing.


Confidentiality & HIPAA

Conversations are always confidential. It is up to you if you wish to talk throughout the session.

Medical Conditions/Pregnancy

While there are few contraindications to Intuitive Fascial Therapy, it is your responsibility to inform John of any current or past medical history and to check with your medical practitioner if you are concerned. Therapy can be extremely beneficial during pregnancy, but please advise John if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant. Please consult your medical practitioner with any concerns.

What to Expect

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