Dr. Sally Kleinbart
My first memory of healing touch was around age 4, when I walked on my dad’s back to relieve his pain. My tiny feet just seemed to know where and how deeply to press to release the tension. Years later, before I’d ever studied the human body, a friend had chronic shoulder pain that I intuited how to relieve.
Unconscious (and perhaps conscious) dis-connection from these skills, along with extreme empathy all but forced me to rediscover them again. My passion for deciphering hidden meanings and patterns and bigger pictures led me to explore music theory, philosophy, and psychology; and later, upon committing to the path of the body-mind, massage, chiropractic, astrology, yoga, meditation, and somatic psychotherapy.
True to my holistic perspective of all life, I believe the condition of our bodies is an indicator of how our lives are running. I’ve seen and experienced firsthand how when one cares for and listens to one’s body, life improves. As a fellow human on this phenomenal and crazy journey, I’ve had my share of dancing with the shadow and the often-very-difficult, shuffle-shimmy back towards the light. My goal is to draw on experience, humor, and uniquely-curated and innately-guided knowledge of physical structure to help liberate you and guide you to connect with yourself so your body doesn’t have to scream so loudly for your attention.
Synergistic, because often a blend of modalities or techniques is employed, listening to what your body needs.
Synergistic, because multiple layers of self are addressed—physical, emotional, energetic.
Synergistic, because both practitioner and patient commit to participate. We seek upgraded lives, not “quick fixes.”