P. Leilani Berry,
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This picture of Leilani was taken at the Japanese Garden at the UW Arboretum July 2006.
P. Leilani Berry, Licensed Massage Practitioner, has been in private practice since April 1994. She specializes in deep tissue massage, Hawaiian bodywork, hot stone massage, and reflexology.
In addition to her private practice of over 13 years, she has worked for chiropractors in medical settings, served as a teaching assistant at Brenneke Massage School, and volunteered her services for hospice patients and AIDS patients.
Her training and education specific to counseling and intuitive individual work includes Fluency and Multidimensional Healing, Medical Intuition and Divination, Body Centered Talk Therapy, C. Fordís Beyond Words working with abuse survivors and post trauma, Lomi Lomi [Hawaiian healing Shamanic bodywork], Energy work, and Medical Divination.
As a massage therapist and a preferred provider for every insurance network that covers massage therapy in Washington, she stays on top of new developments in her field and continues to enhance her technique repertoire with continued education.
Leilani is an ACE
certified personal trainer in addition to belly dancing instructor,
registered counselor and massage therapist. For more about Integrative
Leilani began belly dancing in 1990 and has been teaching beginning to intermediate levels of belly dancing since August 2000. For more about belly dancing click here
Leilani's Healing Center combines conventional, intuitive and integrative forms of massage, exercise, and nutritional programs for healing and to facilitate positive lifestyle changes.
Member in Good
Associated Bodyworker &
Washington Massage License # MA7037
Getting certified and licensed is just the beginning!
Additional training and seminars that Leilani has taken to enrich her technical abilities:
Leilani took this picture at the Mt. Vernon Orchid Show Feb. 2007.
This photo is of one of Leilani's orchids blooming a second or third time. This lovely phalenopsis is a relatively easy orchid to care for. Leilani is delighted to learn more about her orchids needs and help them flourish. Leilani's orchid collection grows every year. She has phalenopsis, cattleyas, miltonia, odontocidium, odontoglossum, oncidium, masdevallias, cymbidium, paphiopedilums, dendrobiums, ludisia discolor, and brassias and more. She is a member of the NW Orchid Society. Leilani took the pictures below at the Mt. Vernon Orchid Show in Feb. 2007.
Leilani joined 1000 people again in the annual Polar Bear Plunge tradition at Matthews Beach on Lake Washington. Accompanied by loved ones and friends, she briefly dipped herself in 44 degree water and earned her honorary Polar Bear Plunge. Last year's patch scanned in below. Click for Seattle P-I article. I'm pictured in the photo album picture #16 with my friend. More pictures to come soon!
Leilani enjoys a variety of other activities like a bit of traveling, flat water kayaking, day hikes, and birding. This a beautiful goldeneye duck we spotted in at Des Moines Beach Park. To learn more about our birdwatching adventures click here
The photo the below was taken at Eunice Lake in Mt. Rainier National Park.
Leilani loves the pleasures of Seattle including the arboretum, the Japanese Garden, art museums, and the Pacific Science Center.
This picture of Leilani was taken at the Pacific Science Center January 2007 contemplating the comfort of a giant caterpillar chaise lounge chair.
Arts and Crafts:
Leilani loves to create! She paints mostly with acrylics, makes rubber stamp art, and most recently knits!
This is a painted stool Leilani did freehand highlights indigenous North American orchids.
This hat Leilani knitted is from the Stitch and Bitch Nation book and features handmade glassbeads of NW bumblebees that Leilani made by hand at Renton's Uptown Glassworks shop. Leilani's favorite knitting shop is Renaissance Yarns where she continues to take classes!
Leilani is a huge animal lover and shares her home with several animal companions! She is passionate about animal rights and the quality of their lives. She is a member of the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Seattle Aquarium and Woodland Park Zoo.
Oatmeal, our elder tabby, enjoyed a fleece blanket, a good soft human pillow, and being draped over our shoulders for pets. He was fond of catnip, fishing-for-cat-feather games, bird watching, and toying with Bella's affection. We miss him terribly. He's picture above sleeping in Bella's bed with the neighbor cat, Rufus, that's adopted us as a part of his chosen family.
They bring us relaxing entertainment and many joyful moments. Our aquatic family includes four African Dwarf frogs, many cherry freshwater shrimps, danios, white could minnows, gold, green & neon tetras, a couple midget sucker catfish, an outdoor water garden complete with goldfish and lots of lovely live plants. To learn more click on the frog image above.
Our Winged Friends:
We were given a rescued green rumped parrotlet found outside nearly starved to death January 29th, 2007. He spent several days at the avian vet and now is a member of family. Digit is adorable, cuddly, and great company. To find out more about our backyard birds and our bird watching adventures, you want to go to our bird pages click here. Leilani is also a member of the Seattle Audubon Society.