Our master therapists are on call every day to provide
professional massage therapy and nurturing bodycare.
I love working with people on the somatic and energetic levels, addressing each person simply where they are. My approach varies with the needs of each session. Sometimes I give a vigorous deep sports massage; some sessions are gentle with long holds addressing ethereal levels. Most often I use a little of everything, drawing on intuition and experience to encourage relaxation, clearing and healing.
Bonnie McNairn has practiced massage since 1997. She specializes in Deep Tissue massage to relieve stress and chronic pain, Cranial Sacral Therapy to access and reset the nervous system, and nurturing massage to relax and renew. Bonnie has also trained in Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Yoga Therapy, Aromatherapy, Spa Therapies, Abhyanga and Thai Massage.
Bonnie holds state licensing: NM Lic. #3439, and National Certification: NCTMB #279685. Education and Certifications were earned from: The Winters School, Houston TX; John Rodriguez & Associates, Houston TX; NM Academy of Healing Arts, Santa Fe; Houston Iyengar Yoga Studio; The Yoga Institute, Houston; Thai Massage School of Chiang-Mai, Thailand; Sivananda Yoga Farm, Grass Valley, CA; The Ayurvedic Institute, Albuquerque, NM.
JULIA RUTH CLAUS
It is a gift for me to be in those quiet moments when I am transferring healing energy with therapeutic touch. My intention is to restore balance and equilibrium, born from compassion as well as a vivid sense of underlying muscle-tissue patterns. I administer Swedish and Deep Tissue massage in a soothing and relaxed manner, while my Acupressure treatments, based in Five Element Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine stimulate the energy of specific organ meridians to flow again in balance with each other, creating deep relaxation and sense of well-being.
The Shirodhara treatments I offer relieve strain and stress, can balance disturbances of mind, body and emotions, and help the client experience an exquisite state of detachment. It has been used in Ayurvedic treatments for centuries in India for ailments related to the nervous system, and is especially effective for fear, anxiety, nervousness, mental exhaustion and insomnia.
I am a graduate of the Taos School of Massage. I trained at the Ayurvedic Center for Well Being in Sarasota, Florida in Shirodhara technique, and have completed second degree Reiki training. I have received certifications in Five Element Acupressure from Samantha Jennings, D.O.M., at Northern New Mexico College and other certifications from New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, White Cloud Institute, Scherer Institute of Natural Healing, and the Ayurvedic Institute.
DOROTHY (DORY) A. HULBERT
I am grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with my clients to help them achieve healing and relaxation. I have learned the importance of listening, to what my clients say about their physical issues, but also to what their bodies say. Whether they are experiencing tight rhomboids and rotator cuff muscles, the high-strung IT Band of the athlete, or an indefinable malaise, I have a variety of tools to assist the body's desire to heal.
Thanks to my education in the massage therapy program at the University of New Mexico-Taos, and subsequent workshops and trainings, I am able to offer Deep Tissue, Swedish, and myofascial release techniques. My hot stones massages employ smooth, round river rocks that are heated to melt away muscular tension. I often enhance treatments with aromatic essential oils that gently cue the brain via the olfactory system.
As a fourth-level Healing Touch practitioner, I can also help balance and align energy flows disrupted by stress, pain or illness. Some clients seek a combination of energy work and massage for a holistic healing experience.
I look forward to working with you..
A weekend retreat in an hour!"— R. Donnelly, Arroyo Hondo, NM
I feel really sorry for you because your work is so amazing and you will never be able to experience your own massage!"—Local businesswoman
It was worth every penny! Whenever I come here (Taos), I'm coming HERE!"— T. Erickson, MN