About Paul Parsons
Paul Parsons was born and raised on Maui. He was introduced to massage at an early age. Some family and friends thought he was suffering from ADHD. In early childhood Paul often requested back massages. His mother found that these given at bedtime improved his quality of sleep and had a calming effect on his behavior the next day. As a registered nurse she did all she could to avoid modifying his behavior with drugs.
Licensed to practice massage at the age of 19. Paul always studies and works to improve his skill set and develop and incorporate the latest and most effective pain relief techniques to create a signature massage. This method allows clients to improve in a fraction of the time that traditional therapies take.
It is Paul’s sincere hope that you will allow him to show you how the correct massage techniques will benefit you and your loved ones.
About Sarah Tolve
Sarah Tolve C.M.T, C.P.T, RYT-200: Has been a body worker for over 15 years. After she received her license in 2003 she started working in Colorado with many different offices but found her niche after she hurt her shoulder in 2005. The tendonitis injury almost ended her career yet she refused to give up on her passion and spent the following years educating herself and rehabbing her shoulder.
After this painful trial she knew that therapeutic integration and injury rehab massage was where she wanted to focus her work. Sarah’s massage techniques and experience has culminated into a unique method of alignment base work. This method along with compassion and a gift of healing touch has profoundly affected people’s physical health. Also, by her teaching of simple Yoga stretches and different strengthening techniques can have a deep change in the way clients heal and take charge of their own health.
- Graduated from Boulder College of Massage Therapy with over a 1000 hours in 2003
- Graduated with an AOS degree in Personal Training from Heritage College in 2006
- Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise in 2006
- Certified 200 hour Yoga Instructor from Heritage College in 2013
- Licensed Massage Therapist in Maui, Hawaii 2016
What is Orthopedic Massage?
Orthopedic massage is:
- Movement of soft tissue to reduce pain.
We have found that if we can restore structural balance throughout the body then we can focus on prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Combining techniques allows for better results. One person may respond to cranial sacral therapy while another requires myofascial release and stretching. This is why clear communication between client.