Chair Massage

Chair massage available with Lisa Bleier Monday through Friday at INK PAPER PLATE Studio located at the gas station building in Pt. Reyes. You choose how much time you would like to receive on your neck, shoulders, back, arms and/or hands. Cost is $1/min. (Mention you saw this posted on the West Marin Commons Resource Board and you receive an additional five minutes free massage time!) Lisa Bleier has been in the Pt Reyes area off and on since 2005, hailing originally from Kalamazoo, Michigan. As a somatic educator and bodyworker as well as an artist, she is interested in the intersection of health, wellness and creativity and believes that a little healthy, loving and skillful touch goes a long way toward bringing us back to our humanity and closer to the essence of who we are. INK PAPER PLATE space is the creative child of Sirima Sataman. It exists as a unique space that must be seen and experienced for one's self, be it from the perspective of the massage chair or in a class of learning to make your own relief print or letterpress card. Aside from M-F 9 noon at INK PAPER PLATE Lisa privately guides individuals and couples in their own home through a gentle series of supported postures that reliably restore spinal integrity. In 2016 she is adding canine massage to her work and currently offers a canine elder massage clinic on Mondays. This clinic is free of charge through July of 2016 and supports her in providing 50 free sessions required for her Canine Massage Certification exams this Fall. If you have an elder dog who could benefit, please contact Lisa to find out if there are any openings for elder dog massage. By the Fall of 2016 Lisa will be offering in home Canine and their People massage combos... oh goody, stay tuned!
Contact Information
Contact Name: 
Lisa Bleier
Phone: 
510-326-0893
Address
11401 State Route One Gas Station Building
94956 Pt Reyes Station , CA
US
Mailing Address
po box 212
Pt Reyes Station
CA
94956

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