Sukie Baxter is a certified kettlebell coach and a Certified Rolfer—she practices the modern bodywork technique of Rolfing, wherein bunched tissues and muscles are lengthened using slow, deep body stretching. Because it was a long-held love of horseback riding that led Sukie to Rolfing, she also counts equine structural-integration therapy as one of her services, for which she has been featured in Practical Horseman and Horse & Rider magazine.
At Dancing Hands Massage and Healing, therapist Melissa Brown has found a way to combine two of her great passions: bodywork and world cultures. These passions have a way of informing and enriching one another, as was the case when Melissa's expertise in bodywork allowed her to travel to Africa to practice therapeutic massage.
Today, Melissa can most often be found at her own relaxing studio in Victoria. Regardless of where she is physically, she can always be counted on to think outside the box. Aside from traditional modalities such as deep-tissue and Swedish massage, Melissa practices a technique of structural integration known as Hellerwork. Invented by Joseph Heller, this dynamic technique incorporates penetrating bodywork with movement education and dialogue designed to help clients better connect with their bodies.