Vetted massage therapy referrals, pre-recorded self-massage sessions, and self-care tips.
a special project from
Calliope Insights
inclusive, evidence-based, trauma-informed

Virtual Self Massage and Stretching


Guided self-massage, stretching, and relaxation technique videos are available for purchase and download. 

The 20 minute routine is great for a midday pick-me-up or the 45 minute routine offers a full body experience for deeper relaxation.

These sensory exercises help you feel better on the inside of yourself and move better after. 

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Vetted referrals for massage therapy. Please feel free to contact us for specific recommendations.
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Carrie Burnett

Massage Therapist, SE Bodyworker
Carrie Burnett is a licensed massage therapist, somatic experiencing bodyworker and academic stress researcher. The combination of insights from each of these areas have allowed Carrie to develop specific trauma informed practices aimed at helping each person achieve their bodywork goals in a safe and empowering environment. Carrie is passionate about supporting people wherever they are by validating the reality of stress and trauma in our society and fighting systems of oppression while also helping them to find inner resources that may help achieve resilience and peace along the way.
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Andy Prescott 

Massage Therapist
As one of the therapists who developed the "Binding Wellness Massage" Service at Indigo Massage & Wellness, Andy creates a safe, supportive space for trans, non-binary, and queer identified people to experience the benefits of bodywork. With trauma-informed practices in mind, Andy uses tools like myofascial release, and trigger point therapy to assist individuals seeking care and relief from pain and stress.

Self Care Tips

Access self-care tools to make the most of your at home resources for easing pain and stress.


I am a huge advocate for what heat therapy can do to help you relax and to mitigate pain. Your nervous system loves it. Use rice or flax pillows that can be warmed up in the microwave while you are working, a heating pad as you sit on the couch, or a long soak in a hot bath or shower at the end of the day.


You may be stuck in makeshift office chair all day, or less active than you are accustomed to, or feeling low and stuck on the couch. Moving your body will get some endorphins pumping and lubricate your stiff joints.
Take a walk! Use soup cans as weights! Play hide-and-go-seek with your cat! Sit on a yoga mat and make shapes with your body!


Take a moment. Take a breath, unclench your jaw, relax your shoulders. If you are feeling overwhelmed or experiencing an anxiety attack, try this grounding exercise that engages all of your senses:
Identify 5 things you can see, 4 things you can feel, 3 things you can hear, 2 things you can smell, 1 thing you can taste.
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