Therapy & Health
Peace and harmony exist here at Dharma Massage. Enter a safe haven that will transform you.
Find your perfect balance through our massage services. Our goal is to help you find peace again in your life through your body and soul. Visit our Massage page to learn more.
Right living includes caring for our body.
Why Dharma Massage? There are many benefits of massage. Take care of your body and embrace your spirit. Studies show regular massage reduces stress, focuses attention, and relieves pain. Dharma Massage deepens, purifies and magnifies your energy for best living.
Dharma Massage is soul work accomplished by the science of touch. At Dharma, we listen to you deeply and help set you free.
We work wonders at Dharma Massage.
Each Dharma massage is custom designed for your personal wellness.
Dharma’s Intake Form assesses your overall health and massage needs. Before each session, we meet briefly to answer any questions and further customize your experience.
Dharma oils and lotions are water-soluble. Aromatherapy is offered if desired. Dharma sheets are high-end luxury, 100% cotton and soft to the touch. Dharma’s studio is spacious, filled with natural light to enhance your experience.
Each session begins and ends with Tibetan singing bowls, discovered by Rev. Dr. Mark L. Heilshorn during his travels throughout India- which produce gentle soundwaves that relax and soothe mind, body and soul.
Meet Mark Heilshorn
I have always believed that the science of touch can facilitate physical and emotional healing which is why I love this work. Clients often remark how changed they feel following a massage and have nicknamed me a “massage minister.”
Mark combines his skill and training as a massage therapist with his spiritual power allowing him to resolve conventional muscle and joint ailments while pouring pure energy into your session. Mark’s hands are a conduit of a larger grace.
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In Sanskrit, "Dharma" essentially means "following your true purpose." With years on the road, Mark Heilshorn eventually landed in Westport, CT, to search for his changing purpose. Leaving Long Island behind, he has always dreamt of becoming part of a commitment that...