Maya became a massage therapist because she felt drawn to the power of touch and its capacity to heal. She believes that therapeutic touch integrates mind, body, and spirit, and that it is a valuable component of wellness in today’s rushed and disconnected world. As both a massage therapist and a doula, Maya strives to create an overall sense of peace and comfort, allowing the body to integrate and accept change. Her background in dance and practice of yoga, meditation, and qi gong inform her intuition in all aspects of her work. To read more about Maya’s philosophy of massage please see her blog post entitled “The Healing Power of Touch.”  

 

Maya has been a NY state licensed massage therapist since 2006, and is a graduate of the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences. In 2008 she became certified in prenatal and postpartum massage. Inspired by the beauty and profound transformation of pregnancy and birth, Maya went on to train as a labor support and postpartum doula. She has completed various additional trainings as a massage therapist, most notably in the areas of oncology massage, post-mastectomy massage, shiatsu, and pregnancy massage. Maya has recently returned to school to pursue a bachelors degree in nursing. She hopes to combine her knowledge of Eastern and Western medicine, and to continue providing compassionate, respectful care to those in need.  


Services Offered at the Center

If you don’t see the appointment time you’d like available, please contact Maya at (516) 286-8925 or mayakmassage@gmail.com.

She may be able to accommodate you! 

60 and 90 Minute Massages

Ease muscle tension, relax, and restore with a therapeutic massage. Maya’s bodywork incorporates Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, shiatsu and myofascial release. Sessions are tailored to each client’s specific needs.


Questions or comments about what Maya offers? Feel free to get in touch! We're always happy to be in clear communication with our clients: with clarity comes health.

60 and 90 Minute Prenatal Massages

Massage during pregnancy can help reduce stress, relieve aches and pains, and promote healthy circulation of blood and lymph, all of which are beneficial to both you and your baby.