Your body. Do you feel at home in it?

 

 

 

When you’re uncomfortable in your own skin, it’s hard to be comfortable anywhere.

But when you feel at home in your body? Ahhh… the world becomes a much more welcoming place. After all, you belong!

And when you feel like you belong, you much more naturally relate to your people —be they children, partners, bosses, co-workers, lovers, friends, or strangers— from a sense of connection, rather than separation.

At home in your body, at home in the world.

I fell in love with massage therapy the very first time I had a massage. I left that session feeling calmer and more comfortable in my own skin, both of which I valued even more than how the massage had gotten rid of the pain in my neck and the aches in my back.

A few years after my first massage, I discovered and began practicing Focusing, which helped me listen and understand the language and wisdom of my body.

Massage Therapy at Heidi’s Table:

At the end of a massage session with me you can expect to feel at ease and more comfortable: relief of tension, loosening of knots, calmer in your mind, and much more relaxed in your breathing. People who see me regularly report sleeping better, having less anxiety, and fewer (or less intense) headaches and migraines.

Focusing at Heidi’s Table:

At the end of a Focusing session with me you can expect greater understanding and kindness toward yourself, as well as changes that seem to happen “all on their own” in relation to the matter you brought to your session.

Bring your body to my table for a visit. Whether for a massage, of for Focusing, or for both, I look forward to meeting you!

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If you prefer, you can also call 617.564.3434 or email me.

 

Credentials

Heidi Fischbach is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA, since 2005); licensed and nationally certified through the NCBTMB; graduate of the Muscular Therapy Institute (MTI) in Cambridge, Massachusetts (900-hour program); Harvard University (Ed.M., 1999); School for the Work of Byron Katie (2001); and Inner Relationship Focusing Guide (5 levels of training).