Bodywork Approach

The goal of our work together is to help the body reorganize itself into patterns that are more efficient, pain-free, and conducive to free and easy movement. Old injuries, habits of movement, even entrenched patterns of thought all create long-lasting effects in the body that determine how we feel as we move through life.

Whether we are working with an acutely painful condition, chronic tension and dysfunction, or simply to optimize healthy movement in your daily activities, you can expect thoughtful, effective work and real results.


Awareness is change

Pain alerts us to ways we have become unconscious in relation to our bodies and is the best motivator for change. While eliminating or reducing pain is certainly a priority in our work together, you may also discover that your pains and discomforts are offering up the opportunity to pursue real change in the way you inhabit your body. Skilled touch informs your changing awareness of your body. Your changing awareness in turn helps guide the therapeutic process.



About the therapist

Sarah Lazarus started practicing massage therapy in 2005, after studying at the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY. Her additional training is in Fascial Release for Structural Balance with Tom Myers, chiropractic massage with George Russell, Visceral Manipulation with the Barral Institute, Ortho-Bionomy with Gary Lee Williams, Ayurvedic massage, Reiki, and integrative nutrition, and she has extensive experience in prenatal and postpartum massage. She also completed five years of training in Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, a modality of deeply transformative healing that operates on the physical, psychological, and spiritual levels.



  • thoracic outlet syndrome

  • rotator cuff injuries

  • bursitis

  • tendinitis

  • all repetitive stress injuries

  • arthritis/osteoarthritis

  • anxiety

  • insomnia

  • depression

  • ...among others

Conditions Commonly Treated

  • stress

  • back pain

  • neck pain

  • scoliosis

  • TMJ

  • headaches/migraines

  • fibromyalgia

  • plantar fascitis

  • sciatic pain syndromes

  • carpal tunnel syndrome