Jon offers therapeutic massage focusing on muscle balance, structural balance, normalizing range of motion, and pain relief. Typical treatment includes myofascial release techniques, various muscular release techniques, deep tissue, and may include cupping, hot stones, K-tape, or other tools. The objective of each treatment is to improve each client by measuring range of motion or improve pain condition.
Jon volunteers his services each year at the Boston Marathon, Yoga Reaches Out New England, Save the Bay Events. and various other local community events.
Appointments are available at the following locations:
Gleason YMCA in Wareham, Thursday and Friday evenings or by appointment. (You do NOT need to be a member! Your best bet is to call.)
431 Brownell Ave. New Bedford (near Buttonwood Park, on the corner of Brownell Ave and Exeter St.), in the office of Dr. Kristen Morgan, Morgan Chiropractic
In Home appointments are possible; call to discuss arrangements.
Everyone is suggestible. Hypnosis is a normally occurring mental state that allows you to be open to suggestion. For someone who is really ready to change some behavior, hypnosis may be the right tool. A hypnotist is really someone who “coaches” you to address the issue(s) that you need to address to effect the change that you desire.
All of us have a conscious, unconscious, and subconscious mind that are “programmed” (evolved?) to protect us. No one can be made to do anything they don’t want to do. However, when someone is ready to change, hypnosis may be the right tool.
If you would like to explore this method of changing your thought process, our first meeting will include up to a 30 minute conversation about what you’d like to change, followed by a hypnosis session. Each meeting may last up to 90 minutes.
I use the 5 PATH (5 Phase Advanced Therapeutic Hypnosis) method developed by Cal Banyan. This method is very effective to address "too much" behaviors (smoke too much, eat too much, etc.). Each phase brings the client into a deeper state of relaxation allowing them to be more suggestible to change issues affecting the subconscious mind.
If you are interested in discussing hypnosis as a possible tool to explore some sports tweak (keeping your head down), or other "bad" habit give me a call to have a practical conversation about how hypnosis might help.
“There is only one relevant question: Who am I? Everything else is just a distraction.” -Swami Shivananda
Yoga is an ancient practice that cannot be simplified into a sentence, a paragraph, or a book. Yoga is something that needs to be experienced; each person’s path is unique. Yoga is not the poses. Yoga doesn’t require you to change religions or believe in anything new.
The only place you need to be flexible is between your ears. Saying that you’re not flexible enough to do yoga is like saying you’re too dirty to take a bath. I currently lead group classes as follows:
Sunday Noon, 12 -Gleason YMCA, Wareham Ma. Moderate yoga, Members free. Non-members this is still a DEAL! $12 day pass = class, access to pool, gym, steam, sauna, showers, etc.
Tuesday mornings, 9a -Divine Power Yoga, Fall River near White's of Westport, Heated Vinyasa (everyone welcome). (http://www.divinepoweryoga.com/)
I teach various workshops during the year so check the YOU website, Divine Power Yoga, or connect w Jon Leaver Wellness on Facebook.
Private lessons are available and can be tailored to your specific needs and interests. Jon is a certified IAYT yoga therapist.
Your body intuitively knows how to heal itself. Your deepest self knows what you need. Asking for help and or letting go [of people, places, things, situations, beliefs, misperceptions, etc.] are two of the most difficult things we need to do. Let go and trust it will unfold perfectly.