Bodywork at Gaze
When people ask me what I do for a living, they see my man bun and long beard, and are fully expecting me to say yoga teacher. When the next thing on the list is "body worker" most folks think automotive body work. So of course I end up letting go of my pretensiousness to tell them I'm a licensed massage therapist.
The reason I don't always say massage therapist, is because that causes folks to assume that they will need to get undressed. I don't do that.
I use a combination of therapies that are meant to remove obstacles from the body systems, and stimulate your body's own ability to heal itself.
Thai massage is an ancient practice of manipulating energy channels called Sen, using rhythmic compression, movement of joints, and deep stretching. When the flow of energy is free of restrictions the body can heal. The client remains clothed for the entire session.
Craniosacral therapy is a collection of very light touch maneuvers meant to remove restrictions in the tissues and fluid that surround your brain and spinal cord. When the craniosacral system is free of restrictions the body can resume its natural ability to heal. The client remains clothed for the entire session.
I am so glad to be offering these therapies at Gaze. They are a great compliment to a regular yoga practice, and another way for me to do my favorite thing; chit chat with people about their bodies and empower them to take charge of their health.
Appointments available online here and in person at the studio.
Wesley Bozeman, LMT (MA58298) was Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2009 and is a Florida Licensed Massage Therapist. He began his massage practice after the birth of his daughter, when substandard maternity care cast a light on the value of bodily knowledge and wellness for his whole family. He received his preliminary massage training from D.G. Erwin Technical Center in Tampa, FL. Wes has studied Pregnancy Massage with Kate Jordan, and is certified in Bodywork for the Childbearing Year. He has also studied Craniosacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute, Reflexology with Dwight Byers, and Thai massage with Jongrak Intatha. He also owns Gaze Hot Yoga in Tampa Heights where he teaches hot yoga. Wes’ only goal for his practice is to empower his clients to be aware of their bodies, and facilitate healing