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Bodywork With J

Consent-based Massage Therapy and Embodiment Support Prioritizing Queer and Trans People.
Sliding Scale Available to BIPOC.

About

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J Sheffield (they/them pronouns)
Located on Nacotchtank (Anacostan) and Piscataway land known as Washington, DC, USA

My path to becoming a bodyworker was encouraged by the burnout in organizing and activist spaces, and I am committed to offering bodywork and embodiment support in service of encouraging self and community care. I believe in every client’s own body wisdom and ability to create more space and capacity in the nervous system; I am here to support that, to witness, create a container, and hold space for anything that comes up and wants to be acknowledged. I am a white, queer, non-binary human and I strive to offer work that is accessible, affirming, and accountable to queer and trans folks and Black and Brown folks. I strive to offer work that is consent-based, trauma-informed, race-informed, fat and body affirming, and comfortable in a way that honors how, when, and where clients want to, and don’t want to, receive touch. I provide touch at the client's comfort level of undress or clothed (while some or all of the body remains draped, meaning under a sheet). Please know that I consider receiving client feedback a gift to better my understanding and practice. More info on my sliding scale is on the logistics page.

 
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Full testimonials on Facebook here

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I was wincing and in tears
almost daily before I started getting my weekly massages! I’m super thankful for their sliding scale. Bodywork is a necessity not a luxury!"

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J offered me the most thoughtful intake session I have ever experienced and it made all the difference in ensuring my massage was optimized for my comfort and tailored to my needs all the way through."

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I don't like being touched by people generally and I felt super comfortable with them because I knew they would be affirming to my identity and also my body."

 
 

For questions/concerns or to request a session, email me at bodyworkwithj@gmail.com

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