As a graduate of Seattle Massage School class of 97', Caryn's education included a wide range of deep tissue and muscle unwinding techniques. After massaging ten years in Washington State, she continued her studies and practice in the Rogue Valley. Each session focuses on myofascial fluid mobilization to release and soften any stressful restrictions and alleviate muscle tension.
"The goal after a massage with me is that your body will feel relaxed harmonized, and revived."
I can describe a treatment with me as a trance-inducing rhythmic deep flow. That means my tension melting multi-point orchestrated techniques efficiently and effectively open joints, align and create spaciousness in the spine and reduce muscle adhesions and tension. My sweetly caring intuitive touch creates a safe space for the release of pain and physical trauma, leaving you feeling refreshed and aligned.
Since 2012, Ariah Tyler has been treating symptoms from chronic pain, stress, and trauma. His work draws from a wide array of training which includes the modalities of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage, Sports/ Injury Rehab, Esalen, Reflexology, Thai, Biodynamic Craniosacral, and Polarity Therapy.
Ariah holds a 750 hr integrated massage training from Arizona School of Integrated Studies, a 250 Hour Esalen massage training, RYT-200, and a 2-year immersion in psychology and holistic health at Prescott College. From professional athletes to senior care Ariah has had experience with clients from all walks of life.
Alicia Jasmine Carvalho
As a therapist, my goal is to create a safe, nurturing, and quiet space for people to come in from the day-to-day stress to rest, replenish, and rejuvenate. So much of our tension and emotional trauma is stored in the tissue of our bodies, so I offer soothing, gentle, intuitive touch to help release any stored stress.
I incorporate my love of nature into the treatment space by tuning in to the body’s natural seasons and rhythms to find what each individual person needs for that moment to restore the tissue and to bring back balance.