Debi Freeland

California State Certified Massage Practitioner (CAMTC #20109)

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News Alert, August 15, 2016: The Lake County Wildfire Relief Fund re-opened in response to the Clayton Fire. Please click on the link above, for more information. Thank you very much for any support you are able to give to this local administration... A portion of all massages will be donated.

"This is what I was born to do. I am dedicated to maintaining healthy communities, one person at a time, through professional massage."

Debi's Mission Statement: "Provide the best massage every, single time and at an affordable price in a thoughtfully created sacred space."

Established in 2001 in Lake County California, Debi has perfected a Slow Spa Massage that is deeply relaxing and great for pain-management. If you are new to massage, you'll find her friendly and caring approach to leave even the most body conscious person relaxed and comfortable in her hands. After the initial discussion, during the massage session, Debi's approach is all about being present in each moment as the process unfolds and addressing any issues that need attention.

Going to Debi's studio or having her come to your location (e.g., on-site massage), you'll find that every detail has been  taken care of. A list of amenities can be viewed at Rates & Special Offers.

Debi's massage is co-created with her clients by using light to firm and/or deep pressure with an eclectic blend of Swedish Style, Deep Tissue, Prenatal Massage, Core Foot Reflexology, Acupressure, gentle stretching and/or rocking methods (included Amenities can be viewed here)...

About lymphatic massage therapy: (aka lymphatic drainage): While regular massage therapy moves lymph fluid, a targeted approach to address lymphedema, requires a certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) or Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (LDT) therapist. 

When it comes to one's health, start with due diligence and find the appropriate healthcare professional. Here are some helpful links: 

Lymphatic Drainage (definition)

The difference between Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Massage Therapy (definition by a Licensed Massage Therapist & Certified Lymphedema Therapist )

Chikly Institute & The Developers, Bruno & Alaya Chikly

Lymphology Association of North America (LANA): Find a LANA certified therapist near Lake County, CA.

National Lymphedema Network (NLN)

As Debi's mentor, Camille Gouldberg, reminded her:  "Massage is just one leg of the animal called Health." Other healthy life choices might include taking quality vitamin and herb supplements, stretching/rolling, yoga, walking/hiking, retreats, meditation, acupuncture, taking naps, reading a good book, positive thinking, healthy eating habits, getting a good night's sleep and anything else that works for the individual.


Informed Consent Agreement. Clients are required to understand and agree to the following: Massage is given for the purpose of stress reduction, pain reduction, relief from muscle tension, increasing circulation, and/or specific reasons (as discussed in person). The massage therapist does not diagnose illness or disease and does not prescribe medical treatment or pharmaceuticals, nor are spinal manipulations part of massage therapy. Massage therapy is not a substitute for medical care and it is recommended that clients work with their primary caregiver for any condition they may have. Clients must state all known physical conditions and medications, and they will keep the massage therapist updated on any changes.

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