by Rose Alisandre
Did you know that upwards of 90% of disease is stress-related? Massage Therapy is an effective means of managing this stress, leading to decreased anxiety, better sleep, more energy, and increased circulation.
There is almost no dysfunction, illness or pain which does not benefit from informed touch. Integrative Bodywork is a blend of Eastern and Western therapies designed to eliminate stress, restore vitality and maximize health.
Few body structures have more of an impact on your health than the central nervous system. CranioSacral Therapy is a light-touch approach that can relieve tensions within your body and guide you toward whole-body health.
Rose Alisandre is a Body worker and Cranio Sacral Therapist. She holds a Massage Therapy Instructor’s License in Arkansas and has maintained a private practice in Arkansas for over 30 years. A primary focus has been the study of Cranio Sacral Therapy with the Upledger institute over the last 20 years. Among the many other areas of study are: Polarity Therapy, Jin Shinn Acupressure, Voice Dialogue and Body Energetics; Movement Awareness, Active Isolated Stretching, Reiki; Essence Recovery , and Core shamanism. Rose Also holds a B.A. in English, and Theatre.
“Before my current ‘life’ in massage and bodywork, I worked for many years in Broadcasting, at the Arkansas Educational Television Network. I think of it as going from mass communication to one on one communication. When my personal life caused me to leave broadcasting, I turned to massage, which I had already come to love, and I felt that I had truly come home to my “calling.”
“I love discovering the endless ways we can access and support body, mind and spirit through touch and intention. It is deeply satisfying to help people who long to experience the joy and vitality of a creative life, but feel blocked or limited by stress, pain, fatigue or confusion. Working together, I help them to connect to their body as a source of wisdom, restoring and enhancing health and well being in body, mind, and spirit.”