Bodywork is any therapeutic technique that works with the human body, structurally or energetically.


Our practitioners specialize in many modalities, including massage therapy, reiki, cupping, and ashiatsu.


Please scroll down to meet our talented bodywork team.

Licensed Massage Therapist

Lance Weihmuller (they/them)

Lance Weihmuller (they/them) is a licensed massage therapist and bodyworker and the practitioner behind Touch Ceremony. Their practice uses touch as a tool for self-healing, and their services are firstly a time and space for clients to pursue self-discovery. Lance is trained in a range of manual therapy techniques, including cupping therapy. Unique to every session, their treatments are designed in collaboration with each client.

Lance, being a queer gender-fluid person themselves, understands bodies beyond normative ideas of gender, size, type, color, and shape. This means they listen deeply to respect each person’s body and what it needs. As a resident of Earth Commons, Lance is excited to be a part of a community that is committed to accessibility and inclusivity.

Massage/Yoga Therapy Practitioner

Kelly Marshall (they/them)

Kelly Marshall (they/them) is non-binary, transgender, and has worked in varying capacities as a massage therapist since 2007; clinically alongside chiropractors and physical therapists as well as in various spa environments. They utilize a diverse array of techniques and tailor each session to the individual’s needs and wants. Additionally, each session incorporates emphasis on tapping into the nervous system of each client via verbal breathing and embodiment cues (as in Yoga). They facilitate a safe space for clients to reconnect with their bodies and drop into a deeper state of rest in order to heal. What they offer is unique and unlike most other massage experiences.

With Spectrum Wellness, they offer mindfulness coaching, individual and group yoga instruction and Yoga Therapy, and massage. 

They specialize in creating a safe space of healing and empowerment for individuals in the LGBTQIA+ population, and those who are addressing body and gender issues, and more.

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Ashiatsu Therapeutic Massage and Cupping Therapy

Celeste Egedy (they/she)

Ashiatsu, meaning “foot pressure” in Japanese, is a therapeutic style of massage that combines techniques of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Shiatsu and Myofascial Release. Ashiatsu is a dance between sustained pressure, broad relaxing strokes and detailed work that releases muscle tension, elongates the body and calms the nervous system. The work is done slowly and intentionally, unwinding the armored body, encouraging more space for awareness and healing.
Cupping is used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, and rheumatism. The suction and lifting pressure provided by cupping loosens muscles, encourages blood flow, and sedates the nervous system. Add to any session at no extra charge. We will determine at time of session if cupping is needed.
Celeste (they/she) is a graduate of the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe and has been a bodywork practitioner for over 10 years, currently specializing in Ashiatsu Therapeutic Massage and Cupping Therapy. From a young age, Celeste has maintained and nurtured a dance/movement/body practice – an ever evolving exploration of the human form and function, how it carries us and our stories, and its ability to heal. They have studied a broad range of modalities to help facilitate personal growth and body/self awareness – massage, energy work, meditation, and yoga. Celeste is dedicated to inviting and holding space for others to get in touch with their own wellness and physical experience. Celeste’s background in dance, extensive training, and gentle and kind presence help bring a balance of artistry, attentiveness, and care to each session, listening and responding creatively to the unique needs of each client. Their bodywork has been described as both technical and tender and will allow you to soften into a more spacious and grounded place within.

May we find peace together.

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Join Our Team

We are always open to bringing in new practitioners who can benefit the Earth Commons community and serve Austin as a whole. We are particularly dedicated to providing an inclusive space. We welcome queer, trans, BIPOC, and long-time East Austin residents to practice out of our space.

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