Frequently Asked Questions

In this section we provide answers to the most commonly asked questions about holistic therapy. We hope you enjoy the information and share it with others. If you do not find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to get in touch via phone @ 916-863-5728 or email at thoughtpaintherapy@gmail.com.

Therapy sessions: Cost and length of appointment?

Bodywork sessions $200 per hour

Non-touch in person sessions $150 per hour*

Phone & Virtual session $120 per hour
(20% discount for virtual sessions)*

Bodywork services:

Jin Shin Do Acupressure

Accident and injury massage

Shiatsu

Triggerpoint release

Myofascial release

Craniosacral therapy

Jin Shin Jyutsu

Non-touch services:

Mind–Body Health Coaching 

Holistic and Spiritual Counseling
Therapeutic sessions for Reiki and other forms of energy healing

Training in Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques like:
Five Element Theory diagnostics
Jin Shin Do Acupressure
Jin Shin Jyutsu

Pal Dan Gum qigong

Training in Usui or Karuna Reiki
Training in Spiritual/Energetic protection, clearing and healing

Your first appointment: What you should you know

My office is located inside Blossoming Path and can be accessed either through the shop to the back, or you may enter directly through the second door on the left hand side of the building,

by the garden. 

 

Bodywork: Come wearing loose and comfortable clothing, as many treatments do not require you to disrobe.

Non-touch: in addition to the above, please come with a journal or notepad and a list of questions or concerns you have.

 

All first appointments are 90 minutes, so you will have time to complete your intake forms and most importantly to discuss your personal needs with me.

 

Payment options are cash, check, paypal or Venmo at time of service

What does the term "Holistic" mean?

  1. Emphasizing the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts.
  2. Concerned with wholes rather than analysis or separation into parts: holistic medicine.

Holistic Therapy means that the "whole-ness" of you is taken into account, and I am always looking for the cause and not just treating the symptoms.

Does your health insurance cover payment of costs:

Sadly, the answer is no at this time. However many clients are able to 'write-off' their treatments, and if you like you will be provided with a receipt at time of treatment or invoice at the end of the year. You may then be able to submit that on your tax return.  Please check with your tax advisor for laws and restrictions governing your specific treatment and needs.