Sarah Passmore ~ Massage, Hot Stone, Prenatal
Sarah grew up in the Ozark Mountains in Northwest Arkansas which fostered a strong appreciation for the natural world. She moved to New Mexico in 2001 and worked in the medical field until 2017, when she began a new career path in massage therapy field.
Sarah's focus and interest is in working with each client to assist them and body awareness. This includes speech, body movements, holding patterns, and client feedback. She specializes in Swedish massage, myofascial release, hot stone and deep tissue.
Sarah love spending time camping, hiking, cooking, and hanging out with family and friends.
Jaclyn Weber ~ Massage, Mayan Abdominal Massage
A bit of a barefoot medicine woman, Jaclyn continues to forge a winding path through the healing arts following the openings of the natural world and the blueprint of her heart.
While organic farming and studying herbal medicine, Jaclyn received the message to learn how to move energy through her hands. This led her to the Pacific Center of Awareness and Bodywork on the island of Kauai, where she studied Structural Integration and the art of deep listening in an 800 hour massage program.
Engaged by the sensitivity of the belly, the intelligence of the visceral organs, and the energetic seat of the Dantien, she went on to study professional Maya Abdominal Therapy with Rosita Arvigo.
Jaclyn utilizes plant medicine in her sessions as a compliment to the work. A certified aromatherapist through Floracopeia, she draws from an understanding of Aryuveda and 5 Element theory to support emotional stability, pain management, immunity, sports relief, skin vitality, and hormonal health. She is working on a therapeutic and holistic beauty product line.
Endlessly engaged by movement and spiritual nutrition, she follows both the path of Yoga and Qi-Gong, thus bringing a deep rooted quality of presence and energetic sensitivity to her clients. She is honored to be a teacher of the Moga Dao tradition.
Jaclyn is passionate about vibrant eating, believing food to be the first medicine, organic farming, and the art of living well. She lives an hour north of Santa Fe where she homesteads with her Love.
Lisha Hengeveld ~ Massage, Ortho-Bionomy
Since graduating from the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts massage program in 2009, Lisha has pursued studies in Ortho-Bionomy. OB engages self-corrective reflexes to assist the body in releasing stuck, frozen or disruptive patterns, and to move toward ease, balance, and cohesion. It is gentle and non-invasive, utilizing techniques such as positional releases, often sensibility into all of her medical massage work. She specializes in supporting injury recover, surgery rehabilitation, physiological trauma release, and alleviation of pain patterns.
Keep your shirt on! In addition to the traditional massage option, you can receive bodywork in the style of Ortho-Bionomy wearing loose (or stretchy) comfortable clothing- come in your yoga digs or house sweats. (Wearing clothing allows for full range of motion of arms and legs- useful for releases of pelvis, low back, and shoulders.)
Away from work, Lisha enjoys dancing, hiking in the surrounding mountains, and writing.