You Come To Us
Last week my blog post was all about ‘We Come To You’. This was indeed how we defined our business when we started out – it seemed like a really good idea – and it IS – up to a point. There are some people who just don’t want us to come to them. For various reasons, it’s not convenient. There might be interruptions at home, or the noise of TV, kids, dogs, construction…who knows.
For the occasional visitor who comes to Jackson Hole and stays in nice hotels or vacation residences, in-home massage is a great service and one that is much appreciated as part of a pampering massage experience. But we now feel that this leaves out our more local customers who may not have large places for us to come to – and they’d rather be in a more purpose-oriented massage studio to get down to the business or regular sports or deep tissue massage therapy.
So Rochelle and I have decided to expand our practice and our thinking…and just this week we have taken on a shared space in ‘The Connection‘ (270 Veronica Lane, Jackson), which will enable people to come to a centrally located massage studio in Jackson at their convenience…and ours.
And, like so many things in life, this has turned out to be a fabulous move for Massage Professionals of Jackson Hole. For starters, we now have Tina Seay in our lives – and what a beautiful, nurturing person she is. Rochelle and I are immediately better off for knowing her. Tina runs The Connection – ‘A Place To Connect at All Levels’ – it’s a lovely, relaxing, quiet suite of rooms where different massage / body work / energy work professionals practice their professions. Here’s how Tina describes The Connection:
It is a collective center where people meet to explore themselves, their place in the world, and how to reach their highest most exquisite Self. Through bodywork, energy work, workshops, and products The Connection is a center created for the evolution of body, mind, and spirit.
Aside from creating the physical presence of ‘The Connection’, Tina’s own practice is Healing Touch Massage and Body Work. The following few lines from her web site should tell it all:
Get out of exist mode; Move into the present moment, Become more optimistic, Allow yourself to move forward; Rebound from your extreme sports activities; Recover from your crippled posture after the long plane ride; Look good, feel good. Become more flexible.
Also present in The Connection is Sheri Todd, NCMT (Nationally Certified Massage Therapist) with her business Teton Manual Therapy – Orthopedic Health Assessment and Wellness.
What is ‘Manual Therapy’? – Check it out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manual_therapy
Sheri’s qualifications, experience and expertise are just too great to go into here (so go check out her web site) – but let’s just say she’s another wonderful person to be ‘connected’ with and Rochelle and I look forward to working in unison with these two wonderful professionals.
Hamish and Rochelle.