Beyond the paperwork . . .
Changing lives in small ways that matter is mission of The Cuddle Club. Everyone on the planet has the ability to do something to make the world a bit better. We try to do it in all facets of life. Fostering healthy non-sexual touch was the foundation in the creation of the Cuddle Club. Being able to add bodywork to our club and for our community members feels like a gift.
Thank you for your trust. Coming for a session means that you trust, and that is a big deal not taken lightly. If you ever have a question about a session or treatment plan, please don’t hesitate to ask, we are partners in this.
When you come into the Cuddle Club, it is our hope that you are able to feel some relaxation immediately. The Cuddle Club is open by appointment only. Hours are flexible, but I try not to work on Sundays. Walk-in bodywork appointments are a rare accommodation, and there are no same-day cuddle sessions for new members.
If you have an idea or desire for a class workshop or special event, just say the word, and we can look into what it would take to make it happen. I love new ideas and look forward to fun collaborations in health, relaxation, and learning.
Changing the world
Lashanna is a graduate of the University of Michigan, Cuddle Professional International and Washington’s own, Northwest Academy for the Healing Arts(MA60655160). During a massage, her goal is always a flowing conversation between her hands and tissue. Her style pulls from studies in Swedish and Lomi Lomi massage, Injury treatment and Reiki. A cuddle session can be best described as melting into bliss.
All of us have the power to change the world. It may be the small gesture of opening a door, feeding a hungry family, teaching your children to love, donating clothes, or housing a family in need — all of us have the ability to give something. Giving back to the community is the heart and soul of the Cuddle Club. Join our email list to learn about events that you can participate in and that help make the world a better place. There are also plenty of ways that you can help on your own, too. If you’d like ideas, please just ask!
I love to volunteer and donate. I love to do it a lot, which means that I have to limit what I do each month. Please ask, and know that if I decline, I have hit my capacity for donations that month.