Organic Mechanics represents the understanding of the parts, function, and mechanics of the human body, but also keeping in mind that we're organic not robots. Organic Mechanics was born from a desire to have a health and wellness company that put health and wellness first. I learned from my experience as a Massage Therapist as well as a Massage Deparment Manager that the bottom line was emphasized at the expense of the quality of service. With Organic Mechanics my desire was and is, to not have sessions feel rushed, properly manage health so every client gets optimal service, and allot enough time to make sure each client has all of their questions and concerns addressed.
The two things that drive Organic Mechanics is Community and Education. Community is essential to health, and I strive to build a network of clientel that I genuinely connect with and care for, as well as build a family of team members and affliates who also understand the importance of community and desire to connect with their clients in a genuine and authentic way. I also aim to educate the masses, the human body is an amazing yet complicated structure. I spend countless amounts of time and energy studying and understanding how the body functions and operates and I plan on using Organic Mechanics as a vehicle to deliver that knowledge and experience to the masses, either as specific information that people can read for themselves or through the work I do for my clients.
Meet the Team
As of right now the team consists of me and network of affiliates that I know and trust for referrals. It's important to understand what you can and can't help with and have a solid network of professionals that can help with everything else.
Delashon has accrued 1550 hours of massage school training located in New York, which focuses on Medical Massage. With 13 years of experience, he specializes in medical and therapeutic focused massages, using trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and deep tissue techniques to address common medical ailments.
With certifications in craniosacral and oncology massage, as well as a deep interest in eastern medicine and theory, he also excels at passive and deeply relaxing sessions. Understanding the importance of deep relaxation in assisting with recovery from trauma to the head and spine, rebalancing the body’s nervous system (energetic system), and recovery from cancer and its different treatments.
Delashon is currently pursuing more advanced education in craniosacral therapy through the Upledger Institute as well as deepening his knowledge of eastern medicine and theory.