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Meet Brian Weston

Brian has always felt that each person has an irrefutable right to peace and happiness.  After graduating from Iona College in 1990, Brian sought to find his calling and, after several positions in corporate business, Brian knew he was meant for something quite different.

Science + Art = Joy

Brian was called to learn about therapeutic massage during the time he spent staying home with his three children while they were young.  He was constantly amazed by his children's ability to stay focused and occupied on something they enjoyed for hours on end (playing outside, reading, building with blocks, painting, or a myriad of other activities)..  Unlike adults, he noted, when his children were engaged in something pleasurable, they were relaxed, and happy, as if these activities were like a "reset button" for other parts of their day which might be more demanding.  

Brian began to think more deeply about his observations, and wanted to understand how relaxation might also produce similar positive and profound effects in himself and other adults.  It wasn't long until Brian became intrigued with the science of massage therapy.  It was then that his formal education at the prestigious Swedish Institute of Massage in New York City began.

Reconnect With Self

What Brian discovered during his training is his intuition to put people at ease, through his touch.  Silently working through the client's tensions and stress, Brian frees his clients' body and mind.  Clients repeatedly tell him what a difference his massages have made in their lives., feeling more in touch and mindful, and more prepared to face their day.  Overall, clients find peace, solace and a sense of overall well being.  "It's a mini escape for my clients every time.  That's what I find so fulfilling," states Brian.

When he is not with clients, Brian also enjoys the outdoors--hiking, biking, climbing, running, and swimming.  In fact, Brian has competed in the Washington D.C Marine Corp Marathon--and has felt a tremendous personal sense of accomplishment, having climbed Mt. Rainier in Washington.

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