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Tim Schimick brings over 20 years of therapeutic bodywork experience to Red Beard Bodywork, having attended and taught at the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City. Tim holds a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Midwest College and is a licensed massage therapist with additional training in Structural Integration, Craniosacral therapy, Zero Balancing, and the John F. Barnes’ method of Myofascial Release. As an Ironman Wisconsin finisher and lifelong athlete, Tim understands firsthand the importance bodywork plays in maintaining peak performance and has extensive experience treating and rehabilitating athletes of all levels.
Tim’s intuitive bodywork sessions are rooted in Esalen style massage and Structural Integration with an emphasis on restoration and relieving chronic pain and discomfort. Each session is tailored to the individual, combining intuition and experience, incorporating various modalities to help relieve stress and other patterns that hinder the body’s ability to heal itself. Tim enjoys working with a vast population of all ages and vocations; from professional athletes to office workers, students to seniors.
Tim has this to say about the impact Structural Integration has had on him personally and professionally:
When I first received Structural Integration in 1998, I was blown away that I could feel so different in just one session. After receiving the entire 10 session series I not only felt more aligned physically but also noted changes in my every day life. It was as if someone had turned up the volume on all my senses and everything was more vibrant and alive. Still today, over 20 years after learning and doing this work, the thing I love the most is seeing peoples faces and after they get done with their session; often times searching for words to try to describe what their body feels like. Having an almost child-like excitement or giddiness that they can return to space that they thought was lost. This work has changed my life. Not only in the way my body has benefited from receiving the work, but also as a practitioner continuing the tradition of helping others rediscover that space of balance and peace within them that feels like coming home again.