Is physical discomfort taking the joy

out of doing the things you love?

Sometimes the body can be frustrating.  It can make us worry that we’re breaking or degenerating.  Aches and pains crop up as we go about our daily lives…and sometimes they don’t go away.  Sometimes they just keep getting louder and louder and distract us more and more from our activities and from connecting with the people we care about.

It can be very frustrating and depressing to be in a situation like that.

    • It could be an old injury that feels like it’s still giving you trouble.  
    • It can be knee pain that only happens when you’re hiking.  Or something going on with your shoulder that’s making it hard to do farm work.
    • It can just be leading a full life and accumulating stress from all the demands that are placed on you.

If you have activities you want to do…outdoor activities, projects around the house, your garden, hikes to hike, fun with your family, chores and firewood to deal with, volunteer work…and you want to get to the point where you can do those things without aggravating all your “problem” spots…where you honestly look forward to doing all the activities you value and don’t feel like you need to approach them with hesitation, then you are in the right place.

  • I initially came to Roselie for massage as stress reduction. I have never used massage as a tool to heal body injuries. In our first session, we explored a shoulder injury I've had for over two years.  I never thought massage could help heal it, but after Roselie worked on it, it felt so much better than it ever has.
    After our first session, I didn't wake up with bad pain in my shoulder for a week!
    The pain and discomfort in my shoulder and back have lessened ever since I started getting massages from Roselie, and I have hope that I can now completely heal these two trouble areas in my body.
    I now refer all my friends to Roselie.  Her knowledge of body systems (physical, emotional and spiritual) are vast, and she has a true gift for finding the spots in the body that need to be healed.
    Corina Sahlin
    Corina Sahlin Marblemount Homestead
One Health Massage The name One Health Massage comes from the idea that, not only is every part of the body-mind connected to every other part of the body-mind, but also that every thing is connected to every other thing. So, whether you enhance your own health or support someone else in enhancing their health, either way you're increasing the sum total of health on the planet...which is a good thing!

Roselie Rasmussen, L.M.P.I’m Roselie, owner of One Health Massage and Licensed Massage Therapist (MA00019801) since 2004.

I believe movement is a source of joy, that pain and injury are normal things that we heal from and that the more health there is in the world, the more vitality and self-expression will be the result, and that it’s the diversity of each person bringing out what they have to offer that supports the beauty in the world.

You can get a taste of my approach before you make any kind of commitment.  Start with the free resources on the Blog Page.

Or maybe you’d like to know if I can help with your particular situation?  Learn more about who I help.

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The Clinical Rehabilitative Massage Specialty Certificate is the nation’s most comprehensive and rigorous advanced training program specifically designed to provide the skills essential for addressing pain and injury problems. Practitioners who have completed this 160 hour program have demonstrated a working knowledge of clinical anatomy, biomechanics, injury management, treatment planning and clinical reasoning.

Learn more about the CRM Program here.

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