Jacob Caldwell has been a Massage Therapist since 2002 and a Medical Intuitive since 2000. In 1998 Jacob used his college degree from Western Washington to get one of those “secure jobs” in the Airplane Industry. However, this experience inspired the great question in life, to find what he was ultimately passionate about and what his true purpose was. Three years later he graduated Massage School where he was inspired to work on the “human machine” rather than robot machines.
Jacob comes from a family of engineers and with his technical skills he was struck with a passion for finding out how things work. Problem solving was always his strength and Deep Tissue Injury Treatment quickly became an exciting endeavor. Jacob uses a Holistic view when working with your body. He believe it is important to address the immediate painful area but the bigger picture is to treat how the injury was caused and then inspire you to take control of your maintenance of health to prevent future injuries. When we discover how the body works and how we cause our pain, this gives you freedom to take better control of your health
Inspired by the books of Medical Intuitive Teacher Caroline Myss, Jacob worked with a variety of healers that helped him develop his Medical Intuitive skills. He has now developed his own system which has been effective with treating a variety of emotional issues and diseases. Through observing emotional and mental patterns that create diseases in the body Jacob has been able to help people recognize their own patterns and work to create the necessary changes. His work is inspired by the belief that everyone has the power to heal themselves. With this knowledge people can be truly empowered. When the body sends a message of pain it is time to stop and listen. Only then can people discover what causes disease and empower themselves to begin a path of self-healing. Jacob believes the job of a Medical intuitive is to help people interpret the messages of the body for the guidance of the mind.


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