Below are excerpts from unsolicited emails and texts, sent spontaneously by my clients and posted here with their express permission. You can also click on these links here to Yelp and Google where my business is listed along with additional reviews.
"Hey Jim - I wanted to take a moment to thank you for welcoming me to your practice. Your craft and your multidisciplinary expertise are phenomenal, and your home is really comfortable, welcoming and safe - three items that you yourself bring to the table. They make all the difference. Thanks for taking time to talk to me before you started working, and for taking a bit of unexpected time afterwards. It’s clear that you’re putting 150% into your practice. Only great therapists ‘listen’ and ‘respond’ to their clients’ bodies in such a nuanced and caring way. Thank you for your kindness and for being the best thing that happened to me this weekend.”
"Thank you very much, Jim. You seriously have the most amazing touch and are a true pleasure to be around. Yours is one of the best massages I’ve ever had, and you’re a super nice guy to boot! I pass your name and contact info on to anyone who asks about massage in DC. I look forward to the next time!”
"Jim, my neck and shoulder feel soooo much better today! Can’t thank you enough. I will definitely be back!”
"Jim - Just a quick note to share that your masterful bodywork provided unbelievable relief from my agonizing shoulder blade pain. I feel on the mend, and that is beyond good! I assure you that I’ll make a return visit in the not too distant future.”
"Hi Jim - thanks again for such a great massage. I’m happy to say that all the stretching, pressure, warmth and goodness has helped me feel better than I have in a long time. And thanks for inviting me into your great studio. I wish I could come every week.”
"Thanks Jim for an amazing and totally therapeutic session. I was so relaxed I almost fell asleep in the Uber!”
"Jim, my shoulder feels great today. You work wonders. Thanks, Jeff"
"Self-care is not selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.”
– Eleanor Brownn