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Picture this: While you are lying down in the most comfortable, cozy, restorative stretch, you are guided through a themed meditation that takes you even deeper into the relaxation experience. While you are relaxing and meditating, your Yomassage® practitioner provides head-to-toe therapeutic touch.


While all these modalities are amazing on their own, combining them in a single session provides an opportunity for healing and relaxation like no other. When you experience Yomassage, you will activate the parasympathetic nervous system and create an environment for your body to relax and relieve stress like never before. And it only gets better the more you practice!


Release more muscle tension than regular massage

Get deeper into the connective tissues without accessing pain receptors

Activate more sensory receptors than in a normal massage

Empower the client to continuously release tension during and after the session

Help the client relax and release earlier in the session

Maintain a deeper state of relaxation throughout the session

Help maintain a balanced nervous system after the session

Make the body and mind more resilient to stress


Yomassage positions are inspired by restorative yoga. In restorative yoga, you relax in gentle, restorative stretches supported by props that allow you to slowly lengthen muscles and get into the deep connective tissue over 8–15 minutes.

Gentle stretching is similar to massage in that it increases dopamine (the happiness hormone) while decreasing cortisol (the stress hormone) and the body’s stress response.

And the best part . . . in Yomassage we add therapeutic touch + mindfulness to each position.

The restorative positions we use in Yomassage are accessible to everyone who can get up and down off the mat. You don’t need to be “flexible” at all or have any prior yoga experience!


But it doesn’t have to be. There are so many positive benefits of incorporating mindfulness and meditation into your routine. But it’s easier said than done. In our Yomassage sessions we take a beginner’s approach to mindfulness and meditation. Through guided breathwork and themed meditation prompts, you will forget you are meditating as you enter a deeper state of relaxation.


We all know that after a massage we feel better. . . but why? Why do we look forward to the yoga instructor’s adjustments or light touch at the end of class, or feel better after receiving a hug?

Research shows the right kind of touch can lower blood pressure, heart rate, and cortisol levels; stimulate the hippocampus (an area of the brain that is central to memory); and drive the release of a host of hormones and neuropeptides that have been linked to positive and uplifting emotions. The physical effects of touch are far-reaching. To sum it up:

Touch is essential to the human experience.

Touch can impact anxiety, depression, stress, and the nervous system.

Massage decreases symptoms of PTSD among military veterans.

Touch trains neural pathways—safe, therapeutic touch re-trains the brain to predict safe interactions.

While yoga has been shown to be extremely beneficial for both the physical body and emotions, adding the powerful element of touch has the potential to exponentially increase positive effects for the mind and body.

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