Charlee Zoë Sandall has been practicing massage since 2003 and has provided over 7000 hours of licensed professional massage treatment. Her 13 year history of studying anatomy/physiology, naturopathy, body mechanics, and healing modalities bring detailed experience to her treatment session. She seamlessly integrates deep tissue, injury treatment and relaxation techniques.
In 2006 Zoë expanded her practice to include Craniosacral therapy. This subtle, powerful technique can provide lasting change and resolution of pain and dysfunction where other approaches have been unsuccessful.
With her history of athletic competition, love of massage and her community, Zoë is able to relieve a variety of conditions and help improve the being of humanity one hour at a time.
Charlee Zoë Sandall, LMP, Owner
• Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
• Certified Craniosacral Therapist
• Injury Treatment
Classic Healing Arts
1902 E. Aloha St
Seattle, WA 98112
Conveniently located in east Capitol Hill on the corner of 19th Ave E. and E. Aloha St.
Bus route 12 follows 19th Ave E. Bus route 10 follows 15th Ave E only four blocks west. Routed 43 and 48 follow 23rd Ave E., four blocks east. Ample street parking is available.
Classic Healing Arts is located in a secure building on the corner of NE 19th and Aloha, diagonal from St. Joseph's Church. Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to your appointment, as I will need to buzz you in.
Hours and Rates
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm
|Massage Rates||Craniosacral Rates|
|60 minutes - $75||60 minutes - $65|
|90 minutes - $95||90 minutes - $85|
|Elders (70- 85 years of age)|
|60 minutes - $50||60 minutes - $45|
|90 minutes - $70|
|Elders 86+ by donation|
Combination treatments bill at massage rates. New clients receive $15 off listed price.
Gift certificates and packages are available. Please inquire about reduced fee appointments regarding fixed income, veterans, or economic hardship.
Missed appointment/Cancellation policy: Kindly give 24hrs notice for cancellation or a %100 of service no show fee is applied.
Classic Healing Arts supports the arts by showcasing emerging and established artists. If you are interested in showing your art, please contact email@example.com.
Classic is a proud donor to Doctors Without Borders, supporting relief efforts in Haiti, Japan and around the world.
For the most up to date information on art events, charitable donations, and excellent self-care health information, please visit www.facebook.com/classichealingarts.
cra • ni • o • sac • ral
Craniosacral Therapy (also called CST or cranial osteopathy) is a method of treatment used by massage therapists, naturopaths, chiropractors and osteopaths, who manually apply a subtle movement of the spinal and cranial bones to bring the central nervous system into harmony. This therapy involves assessing and addressing the movement of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which can be restricted by trauma to the body, such as through falls, accidents, general nervous tension, orthodontia, motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, difficult childbirth and the like.
CSF moves in rhythm called a Tide, the cyclical wave of the fluid within the membrane around the brain and spinal cord; a pulse not unlike the blood flow pulse, palpated by the gentle touch of skilled hands. CST gently works with the spine, cranium, fascia and it’s continuum of connecting structures down to the toes. With this treatment, the restrictions of nerve passages are eased, the movement of CSF through the spinal canal can be optimized, and misaligned bones can be restored to their proper position.
This therapy is said to be particularly indicated for mental stress, “over active mind,” “computer neck” and back pain, concussion, migraines or chronic headaches, vertigo, hip pain/dysfunction, Parkinson’s disease. It is also offers relief for chronic nervous conditions such as fibromyalgia, digestive trouble, traumatic experience (vigilant holding patterns generated by abuse or attack for instance,) or PTSD.
A typical session lasts 30 minutes to 1 hour while you lie comfortable and clothed on a table. The therapist typically begins by placing her hand on your head, sections of your spine or tailbone, or lower legs.
Sensations can vary. Many people become quickly quiet in their mind, deeply relaxed, lucid or sleepy. You may have a heightened awareness of your body, feel warmth, a decrease in pain or even the pulse of your own cranial rhythm. Afterwards you may feel energetic, grounded, relaxed and introspective. Even if you don’t feel much during your initial sessions it is important to remember that profound changes are occurring on a subtle level. One will begin to feel the subtle sensation as treatment continues, much like one begins to see and feel changes with regular exercise.
To learn more about Craniosacral therapy please feel free to call, email, or facebook with questions.
The information on this website is not a substitute for medical care. By providing therapeutic bodywork and information, I hope to help you along with your Doctor, to remain in good health.
mas • sage
Massage therapy is great stuff in all its forms. It offers relaxation in an overstressed world, sanctuary in an hour, mind-body connections for desk jockeys, performance enhancement for athletes, and most importantly, healing for many who have looked high and low in vain for alternatives. There is virtually something for everyone. Massage is potent and transformational.
The benefits of massage include:
• Alleviates back and neck pain
• Releases chronic patterns of tension in the body
• Relieves stiffness and pain in muscles and tendons
• Improves energy and alertness
• Increases sense of well being and positive outlook
• Promotes healthy digestion and relieves constipation
• Reduces symptoms of insomnia
• Lowers blood pressure
• Strengthens the immune system
• Increases circulation and oxygen to the extremities
• Speeds recovery and reduces pain from exercise
• Decreases chance of injury
• Eliminates post-exercise soreness
• Reduces joint stiffness and improves mobility relieving arthritic pain
• Reduce tension headaches and neck pain
• Relieves certain repetitive motion injuries and reduces chance of re-injury
• Decreases pain & inflammation, scar tissue formation, and restores pain-free motion following a car accident or traumatic injury, or joint surgery.
Regular massage therapy will positively affect the quality of your life. Bodywork builds upon itself and regularly receiving quality, therapeutic touch will hasten you towards a more active, flexible, peaceful and healthy life.