We believe that your body has the ability to heal itself. We believe that food is for nutritional purposes, and therefore we encourage you to eat in a manner that benefits your body. We believe that the environment that you live and work in is important to your health. We believe that sleep is an important time for your body to rest and recover. We believe that how you perform work with your body is as important as how you take care of it. We believe that pain is an early warning signal, and that you should treat your injuries with respect and concern. We believe that stretching and exercising are important for maintaining muscle and spinal health. We believe that good health changes can be made with sincere intention and support. We believe that the five most dangerous words are: "Maybe it will go away”.
Dr. Debra Tillou
Dr. Debra Tillou is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West (1985), San Francisco college of Acupuncture (TCM 1988), and Suny Oneonta (1975, B.A. Psychology). Married and a mother of four, a cancer survivor and dedicated alternative health provider, she moved to Maine (1992) after practicing in California.; She administers this unique office of multi-discipline practitioners with strong community based commitment, provider net working and computer integration on a six day a week service schedule. She incorporates Diversified, SOT, Distraction, Physiotherapy, and acupuncture into her treatments. She enjoys a community based practice and welcomes those traveling through the area.
William Dail; LMT
William is a 2011 graduate and now professor at the Downeast School of Massage. His scope of practice encompasses a variety of modalities to best suit each client. Techniques include; deep tissue, sports, rehabilitative, pre/post natal, pediatric, geriatric, Swedish, Shiatsu, structural integration,breath assessment, Kinesio-taping and energy modes polarity, quantum touch and Reiki. William works with each client to help them feel relaxed and re balanced.
Emily C Davis; LMT CLT BCTMB
Emily has been a holistic massage therapist for 16 years. She incorporates eastern modalities such as Japanese Shiatsu, Tibetan Kum Nye, Thai Stem massage and western techniques such as deeply relaxing swedish massage, Travell's trigger point work, manual lymphatic drainage, and Dalton's myoskeletal alignment. Emily also incorporates warm towels or stones, aromatherapy, reflexology, and resonance tools to bring deeper healing and relaxation to the sessions.