Massage and bodywork treatments with our highly trained therapists take place in calm, quiet treatment rooms at the Center.
Each treatment at Om Namo Center has two objectives: First, to treat acute or chronic pain. Second, to create overall balance in your physical body. Therapists customize sessions for each client, and provide insights about how you can maintaining the benefits of treatments throughout your daily life. Our therapists give you the knowledge and understanding of how to maintain equilibrium after the session’s end.
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Santosh Karmacharya has a robust practice offering bodywork, yoga, personal training, and biomechanics for both individuals and groups. Santosh is trained in acupuncture, bodywork, physical therapy, and chiropractic techniques. His approach is informed by his education in physics for understanding the effects of gravity on the body.
Alecia Dayger is a massage therapist, yoga teacher, and physical therapist. She draws on her experience in these roles to give clients thoughtful, well-rounded, relaxing, and restorative treatments. Alecia specializes in Swedish, deep tissue, and relaxation massages.
Claire Millet is a specialist in CranioSacral Therapy. She uses light touch during treatments to rebalance the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. Claire draws on certifications in Naturopahy, Reiki, Acupuncture and massage therapy for effective, informed sessions.
Pablo Ruiz focuses on the client’s needs and treatment goals to treat chronic pain and muscle tension patterns. He specializes in designing personalized sessions for each client by integrating various therapeutic massage modalities. These may include deep-tissue, myofascial release, neuromuscular and trigger point therapy, sports massage, and Swedish massage.
Pär (pronounced ‘pear’) is a massage therapist, acupuncturist, and Chinese herbalist. Pär was a faculty member at the New England School of Acupuncture. He is the editor and co-author of many works on Chinese medicine. While he has a general practice, he has developed an especially deep understanding of treating dermatological conditions and chronic pain.
Pradhuman Nayak is a skilled therapist with more than 20 years of experience in the yogic and healing arts. Hailing from India, he is trained in nine healing techniques not yet well known in the United States. He offers yoga training and healing sessions at Om Namo Center, both by himself and in collaboration with Pär Scott.