In an era where the demands of daily life are varied and impressive, it seems mental and physical comfort become ever more elusive. Life style choices, genetics, environment and various stressors all play a role in effecting our well being. We believe in looking at health in a holistic and human-centered way, tailoring sessions to each clients needs.
We utilize traditional massage techniques, range of motion stretching, myofasical tissue engagement, trigger points, deep tissue, breath work, energy work, sound healing and years of anatomical study to be able to create an experience that will allow clients to move toward feeling balance and ease in their bodies and minds.
Taylor grew up in a culture of movement and bodywork which she credits to the insistent athleticism of her father balanced by the tai chi and massage support of her mother. As a young adult, her introduction to outdoor education, wilderness medicine and yoga fostered her curiosity to deeply understand the functioning of the human mind and body.
She gained her 200hr yoga teacher certificate studying Hatha yoga from Ashiyana Yoga Center in Goa, India in 2011 and her bachelors of science in outdoor education and environmental conservation from the University of New Hampshire in 2013. Working as an EMT through college, she realized the importance of proactive and preventative health care, and that the only way to be able to support our culture to move toward a holistic, patient centered system was to gain more education and skills. She returned to school at the University of Maine and finished obtaining the pre-requisites for med school in 2017.
In an effort to keep her education and philosophies on healing diverse, she studied therapeutic body work modalities at the Down East School of Massage in Waldoboro, Maine. She has also studied medicinal plants since 2010 and apprenticed in Herbalism with the Earthwalk School and Maine Primitive Skills School.
Taylor is currently studying Structural Integration at Anatomy Trains Structural Integration in Walpole Maine. This work is focused on understanding the impact of fascia and connective tissue in the body in order to create balance ans ease in the body, breathe and spine. She will complete this training June 2022.