Breckenridge massage therapist offers healing experience
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BRECKENRIDGE ” Inanna Hall, owner and practitioner of Harmony Health and Massage in Breckenridge, wants to “rock this world, gently” though her holistic body work, crystal singing bowls and self-improvement classes.
Hall, who’s practiced privately since 1994 and lived in Summit County for five years, strives to fine-tune the many lairs of a person though her work. She offers a plethora of body treatments, including her specialty, Ashiatsu ” a deep-tissue, barefoot massage involving the therapist holding onto bars attached to the ceiling of a treatment room.
“It’s like three massages in one,” she said, adding that it has good results with structural body issues and chronic pain.
She also has numerous crystal singing bowls that resonate different notes as she runs a plastic mallet around their mouths. She uses the melodic vibrations to start and finish treatments after a client’s body is relaxed. A 15- or 30-minute “harmony sound healing” with crystal singing bowls, tuning forks and vocal tones can be added onto any treatment.
“Sound is unique to my sessions,” she said. ” … It helps people find more freedom within themselves.”
Other treatments include a pure-oxygen steam bath, reiki energy balancing, stone massage, organic scrubs and holistic massage.
“I love how every person is so unique, and they bring their own set of circumstances to each session,” Hall said.
Because personal transformation is the theme of Hall’s life, she’s always asking herself: “What is it that helps people grow?”
To share this interest with the community, she’s running a free, eight-week course presenting Eckart Tolle’s book on tape, “A New Earth, Awakening to your Life’s Purpose,” beginning this Wednesday.
Tolle, though not aligned with any particular religion or tradition, teaches that everyone has the power to find peace, still one’s mind and change one’s life. It will run each Wednesday through March 25 from 7-8:30 p.m. at Harmony Health and Massage.
Hall also shares body, mind and soul improvement techniques through yoga classes and “Dances of Universal Peace” at Abby Hall in Breckenridge.
The self-proclaimed holistic healer believes that by owning a small spa, she’s able to provide a personal touch that creates a high-quality experience for her clients.
“I thrive in work because I have a space that’s clear, safe and harmonious,” she said.
Her spa, located near Hearthstone Restaurant on Ridge Street, recently was renovated and acts as a co-op unit with Breck Massage.
“I can’t imagine being in a better place,” Hall said. ” … I don’t have to work hard. I get to play.”
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