Marisa Farr, LMT
One can't pour from an empty cup. Taking care of yourself in today's world is not always made to be a priority. Some lessons we learn the hard way. After personally having to learn how important self-care is I decided to pursue training in massage therapy. Massage has created so many positive changes in my life and I am passionate about providing the same for others. As a massage therapist I promote self-care and a continual path towards your best health/self.
I see massage as an important way to heal, maintain good health and even move towards a state of vitality. Massage is not always the first care that we seek when deciding to better ourselves, but it is a very powerful way to make a big difference for those that choose to prioritize it.
We live in a society so full of technology and so distant from human interaction that human touch becomes more and more important. Massage offers an opportunity to work through pain and discomfort, increase metabolism, relax, break up stagnation of blood and body fluids locally, increase blood flow to your muscles and bones, all while allowing you to unplug, recharge, and reset.
I love meeting people wherever they are in their journey towards better health and vitality. Whether you are an athlete, someone just starting to be active again, a new mom who needs to bring the infant in to nap while she relaxes, or someone healing from a much bigger trauma; I will meet you where you are and we can move forward from there.
I graduated from East West College of the Healing arts in 2012. I look forward to working with you on this journey.