Mark has been working with buyers, sellers and investors since he became a real estate agent in 2012. He developed his passion for real estate when he was young while helping his father bring several Victorian homes back to life in Chicago. He lives in Beverly Hills where he’s been an active member of his church as well as with the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce as the real estate representative on the networking committee. Mark enjoys tennis, photography, hiking and raising his golden retriever.
Women in Self Healing is the creation of Sally Hayes
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Sally’s background includes a Women’s Studies major at the University of Georgia, 620-hour Certification in Clinical Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Pregnancy Massage at the Atlanta School of Massage, 100-hour Energy Healing Practitioner program at Lionheart Institute of Transpersonal Energy Healing in Los Angeles, Meditation through the Silva Mind Control Method, Sound Healing studies at The Globe Institute of Sound and Consciousness in San Francisco, Yoga Teacher Training with Lillah Schwartz, Kelly Wood, and Kali Durga.
She is passionate about how we as women can utilize the power of self healing to become the best possible version of ourselves. She practices bodywork for all bodies, with a specialized focus in pregnancy and postnatal massage.
“We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We have to step up as women and take the lead.”—Beyoncé
With over 20 years of bodywork experience, Sally works with all bodies, specializing in women’s health and wellness, with an emphasis on the perinatal period.
Massage reduces pain, stress, and fatigue, while improving your immune system, flexibility, and sleep. Each massage session is custom built for your particular needs, wherever you are in your life.
Studies show that pregnancy massage can relieve muscular aches and pains such as Carpal Tunnel syndrome symptoms, sciatic nerve pain, low back pain, and shoulder tightness. It can also reduce anxiety and depression, and improve labor outcomes and newborn health.
Postnatal massage can ease muscle tension, reduce swelling by increasing lymphatic drainage, speed healing, improve mood and help your body to release oxytocin. For more benefits of postnatal massage click here.
VIRTUAL INFANT MASSAGE INSTRUCTION:
Infant massage sessions are done via zoom for parents and caretakers. You will be taught some basic massage techniques to help with tummy troubles, soothing baby to sleep, and bonding.