Why visit?

I believe everyone has a right to feel strong, flowing, at ease, and free. Unfortunately, there’s much confusion about how to get there. I just happen to show you how through bodywork, movement and herbs.

Struggling with health and wellness? See me to address the root causes. I've helped many with the following issues: migraines, menopausal symptoms, insomnia, emotional distress, neck tightness, frozen shoulder, back ache, digestive troubles, cold and flu, cancer treatment side effects, arthritis, sciatica, knee pain, body temperature disregulation, and fatigue.

Don't chase after symptoms, applying ineffective, singular "solutions" here and there. I assess patterns, then apply therapies and prescribe lifestyle changes to achieve balance and flow, boosting health and wellness. My goal is to make you robust, at ease in all conditions.




Brian Skow

Brian Skow is a Certified Practitioner of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA®-CP, 2003-on), a Diplomate of Asian Bodywork Therapy by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (Dipl. ABT-NCCAOM, 2003-on), a graduate of a two-year clinical internship in Kampo (Japanese herbal medicine, 2016-2018), a former teacher at the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA, 2009-2018), a Sandan (third degree black belt) in Jujitsu (a Japanese martial art), and a practitioner of Soto Zen. His therapies include bodywork (Shiatsu, Moxibustion and Teishin), movement (Meridian Exercises, Sotai and more), and herbal medicine (Kampo). In addition to performing therapy, Brian counsels his clients in Base4Health©, which is nutrition, exercise, sleep and meditation. Brian takes on simple and complex cases, and, with custom therapy, achieves wonderful results.




New Clients

Therapy is by appointment only. See the Contact page for information, texting is preferred. Please print, complete and bring the Client Intake to the first appointment.




Vaccine and Mask Update

I’m fully vaccinated and boosted, and am comfortable with you choosing whether one or both of us wears a mask. However, I ask that you reschedule your appointment if you are feeling sick with a cold or flu. Thank you for your continued care.