My name is Rachel,
and my practice is founded on the idea that our bodies have the beautiful capacity to heal themselves. Sometimes, however, our bodies and minds can move out of sync with our natural healing abilities, and we need assistance in the healing process: That’s where I come in.
I aim to provide personalized, intuitive, body-centered care to each person who steps into my office. I make each person’s individuality my priority, and work closely with my clients to provide the care that works best for them. My work is never one size fits all.
I believe massage therapy functions best when the client and practitioner can communicate openly and work collaboratively on the client’s session. I’m excited to work with you on your health journey!
My favorite moment in session: When a client says, “I didn’t even know I had a muscle there! It feels AMAZING!”
My Education and Qualifications
- Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) in the state of Virginia
- Graduate of Cedar Stone School of Massage
- Member of the American Massage Therapist Association
- Student of Healing Touch (energy healing modality)
“We believe that every person desires to be authentically seen and heard. Our goal is to witness your experience by providing intuitive, individualized, and high-quality bodywork with a focus on your physical and emotional well-being.”
The name Sister Wolf Healing Arts came to Rachel in December of 2020, when she was first contemplating opening her own practice. Largely, it is a homage to one of the books that has been most influential in her work and life: Women Who Run With the Wolves by Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés. Rachel believes that being in relationship with our wildish nature is essential to our health. Her business name, Sister Wolf, reminds her of that relationship every day, and she hopes to share that with her community through soul-led work.