Laurie Freeman is an LMT, Arvigo® Therapy Instructor and Integrative Abdominal Therapist as well as a Registered Bach Flower Practitioner. An instructor for the Arvigo Institute, LLC, Laurie presents and facilitates workshops on how bodywork and body awareness can optimize reproductive, digestive and whole body/mind health.
With a primary focus on the health of the abdominal/pelvic regions, Laurie also specializes in restorative massage for body/mind. Freeman’s mission is to bring awareness, kindness & compassion to the body & belly and to tap into its aliveness & the wisdom it holds.
Philosophy & Thoughts
Humans desire to be nurtured. By bringing peace into the body and mind, peace will flow from the mind and body.
How intriguing is the smallest degree of touch which can bring the deepest and most profound of changes within the body, mind, spirit and heart. Touch is the gift we have to offer to humans and animals alike.
Important Aspects of Living: Following the Heart, Healthful Eating, Mindful Thinking, Embracing Family, Climbing from the Core, & Conscious Living.
Together, let’s move inward more deeply to reveal what lies within the inner realm of body, heart & spirit.
Laurie & Rosita at Villa Rosa, 2019
1992 Graduate of Florida School of Massage. Laurie has a background in Craniosacral Therapy, Orthopedic Massage, Advanced Abdominal Therapies, Bach Flower Remedies, and The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®. She served as New England Regional Coordinator for the Arvigo Institute, LLC for the past 5 years and is currently in the role of Vice President for the MAIA board. Laurie teaches workshops for the Arvigo Institute and is an Arvigo® Certified Self Care and Advanced Level Instructor as well as Practitioner.
Member of ABMP