Heidi the Bodyworker


Hopefully, we all come to a point in life and wonder, am I fulfilling my destiny?

Did I sought out the things that make me happy, that fulfills my heart and soul, and gives back to the universe?

About ``Traditional``

Thai Massage

Traditional Thai massage “Lazy Man’s Yoga” uses no oils or lotions and recipient remains clothed during a session. There is constant body contact between the giver and receiver, but rather than rubbing on muscles, the muscles are compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked.

The recipient wears loose, comfortable, stretchy clothing and lies on a floor mat. The receiver will be positioned in a variety of yoga-like positions during the course of the session, which is also combined with deep static and rhythmic pressures.

About ``Hands Free``

Thai Massage

Just like Traditional Thai massage but with a lot of foot walking.

In my head it plays like this...

My feet are made for walking
and that's just what they'll do
one of these days these feet will walk all over you!

About ``Clinical``

Coaching the Body

“Coaching the Body (CTB)” was developed by Chuck Duff in 2005 in Evanston, IL. It is a clinical based bodywork practice combining Thai massage and trigger point therapy focusing on one pain area per session. The goal is to find the root cause of the pain and set it free. It is composed of using Trigger Point Therapy, Contract/Relax, ROM movement, and Thai Bodywork in a fully clothed, peaceful setting where client and therapist converse all what is felt. Clients will schedule an appointment online and must fill out an intake which will be emailed.

My goal is for us to work together so you can find personal freedom from pain. I am one of two practicing this “Coaching the Body” Technique in Louisiana at this present time!

About ``Trigger Points``

My heros

Travell & Simons cite studies estimating that over 80% of pain presenting in clinics may be due to muscular causes. Trigger point therapy emerged from western medicine, and is documented in the 2-volume textbook, Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual by Janet Travell, MD & David Simons, MD.

ChuckDuff (my teacher) says that we have successfully addressed a huge array of complaints and diagnoses - a partial list includes frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel syndrome, migraines, back pain, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, thoracic outlet syndrome, rotator cuff issues, and many more. We take a conservative approach, and if we feel that a physician referral is warranted we will do so.

Clair Davies says... an appallingly high percentage of doctors and other practitioners are still pretty much out of the loop regarding trigger points, despite their having been written about in medical journals for over sixty years. Davies has a well-organized, easy-to-use handbook that will help clients treat themselves with effective self-massage techniques.

Hands Free “Thai Bodywork Session”

“Lazy Mans Yoga” with a whole lotta feet!

Traditional “Thai Bodywork” session

“Lazy Man’s Yoga”

Clinical “Coaching the Body” Session

We focus on one pain area

Special Offers

Refer a friend and receive a beautiful bar of “Art Soap”

When All Else Fails

You owe it to your body

To try something different... Coaching the Body may change your life, It definitely changed mine!

What clients think about Freedom's Bodywork

Lelia Trosclair

My hip & leg pain left me struggling going up stairs, getting through a day of work - missing work. After one session with Heidi the pain was lifted and I followed her suggestions she made to stay pain free. I can't believe that it took only one session... It was a miracle!

Lelia Trosclair, Housekeeper
Evelyn Domangue

I have been suffering from terrible pain in my legs and lower back from slipping in the bathtub. Heidi's work has got me back on my feet with 70% improvement in 2 visits. Cant wait to go back. She is very good at this bodywork.

Evelyn Domangue, Hard worker
Tim Ellender

The personalized attention and Heidi's dedication to customize massage therapy leaves me grateful and excited to come back for more.

Tim Ellender, Lawyer
I like to say


“Just Say NO” to pain shots, drugs & surgery and “YES” to Coaching The Body!