Dawn is a skilled, sensitive massage therapist. She’s constantly learning new techniques to add to her wide knowledge. And I think her hands have a special intuition of their own!
I enjoy every session with Dawn. She takes the time to get to know you and understand your body and lifestyle. I am very happy that she was recommended to me by a friend and I would recommend her to all my friends and family.
Dawn is a dedicated professional who truly understands her craft
Seeing Dawn puts a smile on my face.
My treatments with Dawn enabled me to be comfortable with my metamorphosing body during my pregnancy. Dawn has been an integral part of my wellness, with stretches, massage and laughter.
My mission is to inspire you to embody your own health and happiness. To enhance your perspective on self-healing and self care while reminding your bodies of their natural, innate knowledge. I’m a graduate of West Coast College of Massage Therapy with over 17 years experience as a registered massage therapist, a dancer for over 20 years, a lifelong student learning about the metaphysical aspects of the body, and breast health speaker and workshop facilitator. My passion is helping women thrive.
My motto is: “Life is a series of experiences. So let’s experience as many as possible.” I’ve traveled through Thailand, India and South America; worked as dancer and fire spinner; studied many styles of meditation; caught alligators in the Amazon; and spent time meditating in India. All of these experiences contribute to my services for you.
I created Nartana Massage Therapy in 2003 as a base from which to share my knowledge and help empower women’s health through massage. Nartana means “dancer” in Sanskrit and I chose it to emphasize the importance of... Continue to the article.
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