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Anna Bennett Interview Transcript

Updated: Jun 4, 2022


Welcome to the curiously wise podcast. I'm your host, Laurin Wittig. This podcast is all about women supporting women, mind, body, and spirit. It's a place where we will honor, celebrate, and share women's natural and experiential wisdom through curiosity provoking conversations, shared stories, and tips.


We've all gathered along this journey. I invite you to join in the fun as we uncover the unique wisdom we each carry within us. Ready? Let's get curious.


[00:00:33] Laurin: Hello and welcome to curiously wise. I'm so grateful that you've joined us here today. I have a wonderful guest in store for us. A person I love to have conversation with. We get together and have a hard time stopping our conversation. So I know this is going to be fun. I want to introduce, Anna Bennett and it is a wonderful and magical person in my life and I know we're going to have a great conversation. She is the owner and the wellness specialist at therapeutic massage of Williamsburg here in Williamsburg, Virginia. She is just an amazing energy. She's always upbeat and happy and it's lovely. I just adore being in her energy. I know we're going to have a good time talking today. So a little bit about Anna. She specializes in helping women who are struggling with injuries, chronic pain, auto-immune or who are simply wiped out. She provides a full body,



positive, nurturing, and holistic space in a beautiful, charming little studio she has where you can completely untangle you're an angst. And I love this. She says her superpower is helping women repair old injuries that they may once again sore. She is a talented and intuitive wellness specialist with a really big heart. And I'm so happy to welcome you here with me today, Anna.


[00:01:51] Anna: Well, thank you. I'm super excited to be here. I was just giggling a little bit because my business that used to be the inspire studio and I changed the business name to make it more simple and yet it's about 10 miles long. So anybody that finds me needs to be able to spell. It is a therapeutic massage and Williamsburg. All one big mine. That goes about five miles, but yeah, super happy to be here. Thank you for having me.


[00:02:19] Laurin: Let's just dive in. For years, you have been a yoga instructor or a massage therapist. You have this fabulous yoga class that you have dubbed Yo Tai which is Anna's lovely combination. She invented it herself. So it's hers, but


[00:02:36] Anna: it's different.

Vince yoga or Thai massage, but just around the way to marry the two together, get these two great kids together.


[00:02:43] Laurin: And it's a beautiful class. I've taken it for years and found my flexibility changed for the positive. So fast taking the Yo Thai class that she had it. And I'm going to get her to talk a little bit more about that later, but that's my favorite part of what she does, even though I also love her massages and especially her time mobility that massages. Another wonderful way. She's brought lots of different aspects of what she does and her background into what she's bringing to people. But recently you've changed the focus of your intention for your business and renamed it as you've already mentioned. And so I'm really curious about that because I know over the last couple of years where we've all been at home , we've rethought our businesses and we've rethought who we want to focus on and not just our businesses, but in our lives too. So I'm really interested in what inspired you during this quiet time to change the focus of what you're doing. It appears to me that it's not a change so much in what you do, but in how you bring it to your client and who the focus client is.


[00:03:47] Anna: So you may not know this about me, but I actually started out as an artist. I was an art major in college and really saw myself going into graphic design and art. And interestingly, I spent a lot of time being drawn to anatomy and just so my sketches were of the human body and that's how I sort of trained myself to learn how to draw. And from there, , we're born with multiple, I guess, proclivities and, I was so interested in medicine. And so I ended up transitioning from that into wellness. And so that's my education and my background, but my attention for the inspire studio was to create a blend of multiple different wellness tools. And part of that was I have a background in fitness training. So. It was really funny with my clients.


I give them the option that if you ever felt really lazy, don't skip your appointment, come on in and you to still a massage for that day. And like a hundred percent of my clients, three years later had switched from fitness training into massage. And I found that I just absolutely loved it. So that's how I've kind of evolved from, I guess, throwing a bunch of traditional tools at people and to tapping into my former artists.

Coming into the art of creating wellness for people through the body work that I do. So, the person that I have the most success with and have the most beautiful relationships with and see the most healing with our women at midlife. Trying to untangle the stories that they've accumulated in their bodies.


I know that something that you do too, you're trying to unravel pain and the stories that we've wrapped up and to allow people to find their vibrance and to soar again, like I said, in my bio, I think what good is a body if you can't do something with it. If you can't create beautiful memories and really just create with it.

I think the highest vibration is the vibration of creation. My name has just changed just to help tell people what I do. The inspire studio is a beautiful name, but no one knew what I did. Compton it to be 10 miles long, but very specific.


[00:06:00] Laurin: Yeah that's wonderful. And I just want to say that during one of the hardest parts of my life, which was the last few years of my mom's life, Anna was such a beautiful, safe place for me that the studio was.

I remember I came in one time. I don't remember what had happened, but I was just a wreck and she said, just lie on the mat while we have class. If you feel like moving move, but otherwise just cry, just let it out, just relax. And it was exactly the right thing that I needed. Exactly the right thing that I needed.


[00:06:33] So she's very intuitive and I loved it.


[00:06:36] Anna: And how often do we honor that. Have you ever read any of Richard Borris' books?


[00:06:41] Laurin: I haven't, but my favorite aunt is constantly saying, you need to read Richard Warren.


[00:06:46] Anna: Richard Warren. So there's a midlife crisis that we can go through where there's a midlife passage that we can take. I think the male journey and the female journey can be different, but the same in a lot of ways, but the fifties and beyond, you take the fifties, but many of us are dealing with sick parents or we're dealing with the launching our children. Each decade has its unique things. And I think that the season beyond each decade has its things that it brings that we need resilience now more than ever.


And I had all of these old ideas from my fitness training and from my yoga training, you started all of those things with a very, I don't know, a very checkbox type of perspective where you want to go in and you it's about accomplishment rather than being, if that makes sense. So anyway, the thing that I think is so powerful about the fifties and what you're describing there, or just lying on the mat and just being as fifties are a time to drop things and thought what doesn't serve you.

Right? And, the only way we can do that is to stop and tap into it. And, so that's something I've become very passionate about as I've moved into my fifties is releasing things rather than trying to gather more and being more of something, figure out what's not working anymore and drop it.


[00:08:05] Laurin: Yeah, that's so true.

I hadn't really thought of the fifties in that vein. I'm almost 62 now in just a few days, but the fifties were a very transformative time in my life. And that's when I was really working with you. It was during that decade of my life. I think that's when I found you. And it was so helpful to have your gentle guidance and intuitive understanding of what I may have needed in any given day, but also you had built that beautiful community in your Yo Thai class, where we became friends, like checked in on each other, when classes started and hung out to hug and talk at the end. So that was a really beautiful part for me of being my fifties was to find a group of women that were just amazing. And most of them have become friends.


[00:08:50] Anna: What I love to really quick. I have to share this with you. I was sifting through my old iPad photos. I found one of you and I at this talk that I had given. Do you remember that talk that we did had a chef come in and do a talk for the studio?

Yeah, I have a picture of you and you are beautiful. You are always. I just think you're glorious. Like you are like three times more beautiful now.


[00:09:15] Laurin: I agree.


[00:09:17] Anna: I'll show you this picture, but you're just beautiful then, but you're beautiful now. And I find it so exciting that we can get better.


[00:09:26] Laurin: It's funny because in November I went on an all women's hiking trip in Sedona with a good friend of mine. And the pictures from there are my very favorite pictures of me ever. And I was shocked because I'm 62. I'm aging. I'm aging well, I will admit that.


[00:09:45] Anna: What did that mean to you 20 years ago? If someone had said, Hey, what 62, what do you think of 62? Like what would that meant?


[00:09:54] Laurin: That was getting past my prime and not feeling good. Probably having illnesses. Yeah. And now it's like, Heck no, I'm planted for another 40 years at least, it's like I

Yeah. So aging is wonderful and it's, I mean, menopause was hard, but it's not for everybody, but it was for me, but, aging actually. Yeah. There's something really empowering about passing through that passage of 50s. Where you are, you're letting go of things. Your children are launching and, you're being more aware of what you need and what you want and less attached to things.


I think not everybody obviously, but I certainly was. I mean, I cannot tell you how much stuff I've pulled out of this house in the last two years, because I just, I don't want it around, I don't want all the clutter anymore. You wouldn't know what to look behind me. This is my fun stuff.



[00:10:53] Anna: That is a real thing you're talking about.

I've noticed that too, being the artists that I was telling you that I actually am at heart.


[00:10:59] Laurin: I've seen your paintings once. So yes, very good artists. I was at.


[00:11:05] Anna: I just enjoy it. It comes down to me. I'm not the best in the world, but I love it. I used to be scattered and something happened, something clicked and turned on for me.

When I hit the 50 mark, I started really decluttering my house and getting really organized and much more methodical. And maybe, I don't know someone like you, who might've been very methodical the entire time. Might've thought losing light. Like that was something that you had really expressed to me that this was a time for you to really come out of your stuck places and, and be yourself and be authentic.


And, for me, it's kind of been a different version of that. It's been, I'm coming out and synching up and it feels great. Another fantastic thing about this time of life that I think it's overlooked, we really kind of into ourselves and blocks.


[00:11:57] Laurin: Well, and one of the things that I think is missing from us culturally.

It's sort of a guide through that time period. And, I wish I still wish my grandmother was alive. She's been gone a long time now because I have questions that I never thought to ask her. When I was 20 it's part of why I love this idea of having these conversations on curiously wise is because I learned so much from other women who are going through the same periods of life I am and sharing with women who are maybe a little behind me in their periods of life. And I can share the wisdom that I gained from that. And, it's such a beautiful bonding and community. And service. It feels like service to be able to pass along what I've learned to others coming behind, because it's a validation for them.

You're not the only one. And you do that a lot with the work that you do as well. So it's a lovely thing about this part of


[00:12:53] Anna: Life. Yeah. I love it. It's I mean, it's so excited to have met you through the Yo Thai thing that I do, but I was involved with your wife's women circle for a while, and I thought that was so powerfully needed.


I mean, and obviously you're, I think you're going to launch to the stars soon just because what, not only do you have something that people really need, but you've got, , charismatic fire that I think is gonna really take off. Well. Yeah. There's something about being able to receive that information too. But its wonderful about this time of life. I don't know if I could have received the wisdom that 20 or 30. Maybe I could. I don't know. It would have been nice, but again now, because I'm so open to that. And and I love that I'm looking ahead of me and with my clients that come to see me. I mean, I have vibrant, beautiful people in their seventies and eighties that are not at all living the lives that I would have perceived.

I don't know if this, but you, do you ever watched the golden girls? I


[00:13:51] Laurin: Used to when they were on before yeah.


[00:13:53] Anna: Billion years ago. Right. Well, the age of the characters is 50. Oh, my gosh, the average age of Betty White, I think Blanche's character or that he White's character. They were paying 54 and 50 five-year-olds.

Oh my man. And so it really, it has changed. I mean, obviously styles have changed a little bit, but what I'm seeing is the average 70 year old that I have coming to see me and, , granted the people that take time to do therapeutic massage are the ones that care about self care, but they're living the life of a healthy 50 year old or 20 years behind, like everybody's 20 years younger.

And I just think that's so exciting. Like, what are you capable of creating at 70 and at 80? When, , I don't know, 30 years ago you were just done at 65, you retired and five years later you were, , pushing up daisies. Now it's like a whole second half of life. Truly, really is your best.


[00:14:49] Laurin: And I think there's a lot of creativity that blossoms when you don't have the things that you're involved with in earlier life. You're building a career, you're growing a family, whatever it is.

And that takes your center of focus in your life. Well, I mean, my kids are 33, 32. I lose track now! And 29, they are launched. They had their own lives. They are self-sufficient. I love seeing them and, I of course keep up with them, but I don't have the day-to-day responsibility of keeping them alive kind of thing.


[00:15:27] Anna: I can't help them thrive.


[00:15:29] Laurin: Anymore. Right. So I think that there's been a lot of opportunity. I know for me. And I think it's similar for you in those fifties to step back a little bit and go, okay. I have been so busy doing for everybody else. What do I need to do for myself? And the first thing I had to do was get myself healed, get myself healthy, physically, mentally, and spiritually.

I mean it, and it's taken a village to get you there, but then also, yeah, we do. We do, but it lit a fire in me that I want to be able to help others do that too. And I think that's a fire you share.


[00:16:05] Anna: Yeah, definitely. There's nothing more rewarding. In my opinion, there's just nothing. No greater calling I think then to participate in someone else's healing.

And I don't have any pretenses that I step in and heal somebody. I think what I do is just create the space for them to plug into their own power source.


[00:16:23] Laurin: Well, there's that. I will say the body part of the work that you do is very much you. I've had massages with Anna. I have the sort of on the table massages and I've had the time of ability massages, which, oh my God, my favorites.

And I've done the Yo Thai work with you. And in all three of those modalities, you were physically working with the body. And I think the thing I love the most about it is I'm not. I get to lie there and just let you love on me. You stretch me.

And so it sort of serves a couple of purposes for me.

And I think probably for anybody who works with you. One, you have a magic touch. It is gentle when it needs to be. It's from when it needs to be. You're very intuitive with how the body is in that moment. And you're also so well educated in the physiology of the body that if I can go, yeah, my shoulder's working here.

She's going. Yep. It's really back here. That's the problem of me now.


[00:17:24] Anna: Well, it's hitting that another layer, which I'm sure this is where you and I kind of meet in the middle with our work. I mean, nothing works in isolation when you're dealing with the body mechanically, you don't move an arm and expect it not to affect other areas of body I have a true belief that we are energetic beings, we're sound and water at our fundamental levels. And by the time you've hit well, I mean, some people hit it much earlier, but by the time we're 50, we, most of us had accumulated some kind of trauma of some kind. And we truly store that in the body.

And you hear this paradigm and in yoga, it's a mind, body connection. I really believe they're exactly the same thing. It's just, they're not different. It's it's like saying your, your left arm is different from your right. It's not it's one body. And so when I'm doing that, the osteopathic tie that I do, it's more than just stretching.


That's obviously a really pleasant part of it, but we're moving things along that could have been stuck there for decades, a week. I literally, this is going to sound a little. Woo, woo. But Hey, , literally we'll unearth memories. In people's legs and arms and heart and fingers, and they'll process through that while we're doing the work together.


So it's very exciting in the same way that I know that yours is very fulfilling and rewarding and that it's not just getting a toolbox and going and fixing a broken wheel. It's magnificent vehicle that we're in. it's absolutely, unfathomably complicated and beautiful and self-repairing, and I'm so privileged to be able to participate in that with the person who is experiencing it.


[00:19:08] Laurin: And, you are very talented. I've been to other people who do massage and yoga and you just bring a grace to it that I don't think is always present. Is there are some people who just are going through the checkbox kind of stuff, but I love that. Yeah, it does. Doesn't it,


[00:19:29] Anna: It really does. That's that's an easy joy to bring to the table, literally.

And I absolutely love my work. I'm grateful every day for it


[00:19:39] Laurin: As are those of us who receive it. So I think we've talked a lot about wisdom already, but I wanted to very specifically ask you, is there any particular wisdom that you have gained or strengthened through this process of the last couple of years and just, yeah, let's just leave it at that.


[00:19:59] Anna: I'm somebody who took a long road to get to this craft and I'm grateful for every step of it because I picked up skills that have been able to integrate that may seem like they have nothing to do with this, but they've actually turned out to be powerful additives to what I do, but it took me a long time to find my happy place with work that I love. I did a lot of things that I didn't love. And so the wisdom that I think I'm embodying right now is when you find your passion and you really plug into that and connect to that, it's a whole new level. It's a whole new level to exist on not only for yourself, but just the tribe that you gather around you, the people, I mean, I'm so grateful to them, connected with you.


You were just a soulmate and I'm blessed to say that about other people in the practice that I've built and the people that I've found myself newly. Vibrating to new newly attracting. They're all people that are aligned with living in a certain space that is beautiful. So that's the wisdom that, that I've really picked up if that makes any sense, it's connecting to what authentically lights me up and how that has actually just brought more of that into my life.


[00:21:13] Laurin: It's amazing how that happens. Isn't it? It's like, Hey, you magnetize yourself for things that are going to support


[00:21:18] Anna: I love that, magnetizing. Whatever that is.


[00:21:21] Laurin: Yeah. It's like, I'm experiencing that with the podcasting and I'm just getting great people and great information and so much support and learning this process because it's a process and it's because I'm like, oh, I'm so excited about it.

[00:21:34] So. Definitely brings more of whatever you need too when you find that passion.


[00:21:39] Anna: Well, and that intention is, so to me, that intention has been so curious and so inspiring that I wanted to work in a different area with that too. Like I'm wrapping up a hypnotherapy course soon and which is not what it sounds like for those listening that think that's just staring at a watch.


It's not, it's creating a very focused state of intention so that the body can bring the healing that it needs, or it can bring what you want in your life, rather than just having that happen randomly. I love how it just exponentially builds on new tools and new opportunities to help people live the way they choose intentionally rather than just bouncing.

And getting things you don't want. So that's more about what my practice has evolved into less getting muscle tension and neck knocks out and more feeling like this person is fully supported with health from a holistic angle.


[00:22:34] Laurin: Yeah. I love that living intentionally.


[00:22:37] Anna: Yeah. Isn't it. Nice?


[00:22:40] Laurin: Yeah. And it's such a gift when you can wrap your head around that and act on it.

Cause we, I think we get sort of corralled into certain ways of being, and that's probably part of the fifties too. It's like, finally I can stop and go.


[00:22:55] Anna: Well, yeah, you can reverse engineer. Like what a concept. I wish I'd known that when I was 20 or 30, that you start with the life you want and you work backwards to create that rather than hoping that that's going to happen to you.


[00:23:10] Laurin: That's okay. That's brilliant. That's a brilliant piece of wisdom. I got to share that with my kids.


[00:23:15] Anna: That's a major thing that's changed for me at 50 is instead of. Okay. I've got to do these things and check these boxes. How do I want to live now? What's my ideal day now? What's my ideal person? What work lights me up and then figure out how to make that happen.

I mean, it's boiled down to the nuts and bolts of, I want to work Monday through Thursday. Why work on Friday? And I'll never go back. And, that helps me to show up better for people. I've got the energy that I need and the enthusiast. So anyway as long as I can go on that bunny hole, but that's the whole point of what you and I are both trying to create in our practices is, is very intentional living. And so that we can get out of the way of what the body needs to do to heal itself. So we can use it as a vehicle to get intentional winning.


[00:24:04] Laurin: Right. Yeah. I love that. I love that. I'm gonna come back and pull that out of the transcript. So I put it on my bulletin board and look at it every day.

I love that.

I'll let my daughter do that. She's really good. I don't have the vision for me point anymore.

Yeah. All right. So I am going to ask you what your plans are for Yo Thai, because it had to go on hiatus for most of the last two years. And I know that you've got different focus now, but I have to ask cause it's my very favorite class I've ever taken.


[00:24:34] Anna: Oh, well, for those of you who are listening and have no idea what we're talking about is a class that is a fusion, a gentle yoga and complete head to toe thai massage with a component at the end. And this has always been my beef about traditional yoga classes in the west. We focused on the physical aspect, , stretching. And we've maybe say a couple of, if you're in that kind of class and then you're done, you go get your towel and take a shower, really with the intention of yoga and preparation of the body is for you to sit and meditate.


I mean, that's what you're working up to. So you can spend more time in complete silence and still so that the good stuff can really unfold. And none of us get there in the Western classes. So long story short, Yo Thai brings you the preparation for the body, but also allows time for you to integrate that into silence.


Which is where the magic happens. And it's also a way that I would like to develop a teaching protocol to allow other massage therapists or teachers to work on multiple people at one time systematically. So I'm very excited. One of the reasons that I'm no longer working Fridays at present is so that I can develop that and bring that to more of a mass scale so people can get trained.

That's nice man, for Yo Thai right now. And of course I planned to bring it back. That's probably what I'll get into Fridays doing first. I figured out.


[00:26:04] Laurin: I know there's at least a class full of people who are ready to go, and it's a small class too. It's a maximum of six. So it brings some intimacy to the group too.

And it's just, yeah, I love it. I love it. And can't wait for it to come back.


[00:26:17] Anna: We'll get it. I can't wait for you to be the first one in the door.


[00:26:21] Laurin: I will. You just put me down already and let me know when it starts up and I'll be there. All right. I got a few quick questions for you. So I just want top of the head.

Don't think about it too hard. Just answer quick and we'll see where this goes. So who is, or was the wisest person in your life?


00:26:40] Anna: My mother.


[00:26:42] Laurin: Okay. Is there a nugget of her wisdom that you want to share with us? ,


[00:26:47] Anna: I have learned probably more what not to do from my mother. And that's a powerful lesson and I don't mean that as any kind of not knocking my mom.

My mom is me and I am her, but she's passed powerful wisdom from mistakes that she's made when she was my age or younger. And, I'm in a very receptive state now that now I listen. That relationship is one I'm blessed. I talked to her every day, few times a day, and I feel completely blessed to have that seasoned wisdom that she brings to me.


Sorry, I'm rambling off into the sunset. It was not a single nugget that I have to offer. It's a relationship. It's a support. It's something that I can lean into and just know that this person loves me unconditionally. It's unconditional love, and there is real wisdom in that. So that's my rock.


[00:27:41] Laurin: Excellent. All right. So what's your favorite self care practice?


[00:27:47] Anna: Oh, goodness. I'm kind of practicing massive self care right now by reorganizing my business to target the people that I can help. I mean, I have miracle stories with certain clients and, I've restructured and reverse engineered my life based on how I want it ultimately to be.

[00:28:09] And so that is the ultimate self care practice that, and I'm in the throws of right now. It feels wonderful. I recommend everyone do that. Figure out what you want, create your intention and work backwards.


[00:28:20] Laurin: Yeah. Lovely. Okay. And what lights you up when you're feeling down?


[00:28:26] Anna: I'm going to end on a real wound out. Are you okay with that?


[00:28:29] Laurin: Who are you talking to?


[00:28:31] Anna: That was a joke. Yeah. And this could probably end up being another 400 hour podcast. But when I was younger, I had an experience, not like a near death experience but just a very profound experience of being more than the body. I absolutely knew without a doubt that I was more than this body.


I experienced separation from it and have many times in my life since numerous times. And I think for me, that has always been an incredible undercurrent of solidity to is not the right word. It's been just a rock. To have this knowledge that whatever I'm experiencing that's difficult or traumatic is what the body is experience.


And I am not the body. And I know that it's not a belief or a faith, but it's a knowledge and an experience that is again and again, reinforced. And which is another thing that when we're talking about building our tribe and our practice, the people that I connect with the most are the ones that also know that.


And I think that too, in your work that the physical body is just a vehicle that we're in, it's an incredible vehicle and you need to take it very seriously, but we drop it. It expires like everything. And I think a great part of my work is every day is to live in a kind of appreciation for it, but also a respectful detachment.


[00:30:02] Laurin: Lovely. Alright. And one last one, do you have a favorite mantra or affirmation?


[00:30:07] Anna: Yes, I do. But by the way, did I answer that question?


[00:30:10] Laurin: It's what supports you when you're feeling down? You just tap back into that, that knowledge, that, yeah. Question.


[00:30:18] Anna: It's really funny. Sometimes it feels so passionate, but I completely forgot what you asked. So what was the next question?


[00:30:25] Laurin: Do you have a favorite mantra?


[00:30:28] Anna: Yeah, it's looking over the hood is it the, her elbow, elbow, elbow? Thank you. I love you. I'm sorry, please forgive me. It said, Hawaiian mantra, if he gets just beautiful, it's four phrases that pretty much sum up how we need to practice self-love and self-care, and that always ends up healing others when you heal yourself first. That's my favorite mantra. I love that one.


[00:30:55] Laurin: Yeah, that's a good one. I think it's hop opo opo ono ono. It's lovely. And it's a super healing kind of mantra to use.


[00:31:04] Anna: I hate that I can't pronounce that right. I'm going to enjoy the podcast. That really profound, deep note and mispronounce. I'll have to put a on mantra.


[00:31:13] Laurin: I'll put a link in the show notes about about what the proper name is and where you can find it.

[00:31:19] Cause I love it. I have the same thing. The Hawaiian language is beautiful. I was just out in Hawaii a couple of weeks ago and it's gorgeous, but it is all vowels


[00:31:29] Anna: Right.


[00:31:30] Laurin: And if you could pronounce it, but remembering the combos.


[00:31:33] Anna: Yeah. Jordan's really fun that way too.


[00:31:37] Laurin: Oh yes. I learned just enough German to understand that.

[00:31:42] What was it? The teacher taught us that the sales men of colored TVs was about this long word, one word.


[00:31:50] Anna: It is similar to my web URL.


[00:31:52] Laurin: Exactly.


[00:31:54] Anna: If you can pronounce it, you can probably find me,


[00:31:57] Laurin: Which brings us to my next question which I would just love you to repeat is where can our listeners find out more information about you and therapeutic massage of Williamsburg?


[00:32:07] Anna: Well, that's going to be really hard. Pay attention type in www.therapeuticmassage@williamsburg.com. And so I've just got my website up and of course it's hello at the same thing, therapeutic massage of Williamsburg, I want to keep it really simple. So people know what I do, but that's the best way to get in touch with me.


I've got my phone number listed everywhere. You can text or call me it's online, my website, but I work with a very small number of people intentionally. So like to be able to focus entirely on them. Be able to take time afterwards to help support them with other things about their health that they're trying to improve. So that's how they can find me. I hope the right people do find me.


[00:32:49] Laurin: I think that intention,


[00:32:51] Anna: Yeah, that's the intention is to help the person that I can help. And of course, if I feel like I can't help someone, I lovingly refer them to someone that I think can.


[00:33:01] Laurin: Beautiful. I think we have come to the end of our conversation.


[00:33:04] Anna: Holy cow!


[00:33:05] Laurin: I know!


[00:33:08] Anna: Getting over my podcast jitters.


[00:33:10] Laurin: Then I want to just take a moment to thank you, Anna, for a fabulous conversation. I knew we would have fun and I just love the wisdom that has come out of this. And I want to thank our listeners for being here with us as well. I want to just end with a wish for you and intention for you from my heart to yours.


I wish for you love, light, curiosity, enjoy and the courage to allow them into your life. I'm Laurin Wittig. Thanks for joining us.

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