Sean Hasey

  • ME License #: MT1855
  • 24

Listening to the Body's Stories

Massage work requires good body mechanics, body awareness, and a keen ability to focus. Before enrolling in massage school, I was building furniture, making sculpture and painting—I had tested all of those skills. Having received massage, I realized the benefits and wanted to learn more. In many ways, it was a natural progression from the physical work and spiritual exploration I had already been doing. Since my massage school enrollment in 2000, I’ve not gone more than a few weeks without pr...

Massage work requires good body mechanics, body awareness, and a keen ability to focus. Before enrolling in massage school, I was building furniture, making sculpture and painting—I had tested all of those skills. Having received massage, I realized the benefits and wanted to learn more. In many ways, it was a natural progression from the physical work and spiritual exploration I had already been doing. Since my massage school enrollment in 2000, I’ve not gone more than a few weeks without practicing.
 
I began my study at the Swedish Institute of Massage in New York City, and I completed my studies at the Downeast School of Massage in Waldoboro, Maine. I have been licensed to practice since 2002. I received additional training in Cranio Sacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute in Massachusetts and studied with Taoist teacher, Mantak Chia, in New York. The work I learned with Mantak Chia is a powerful form of abdominal massage that helps to align and vitalize the visceral organs, musculature and connective tissues of the abdomen.
 
I look at each client as an individual and am focused on each person’s unique needs. Some clients are looking to treat a specific muscular or structural dysfunction or pain while others seek support for relaxation and better sleep. That’s where the art comes in—designing a treatment that helps clients with their individual goals.
 
In my role as a teacher, I aim to support knowledge of the human body especially as it pertains to the connection between mind, body, and spirit. I have designed and led workshops for massage therapists and the public. I have also taught hands-on technique, traditional Chinese medicine, chair massage, and deep tissue, among other topics in a formal massage training setting.

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Where I Work
Available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

ME # MT1855

Education
2002

The Swedish Institute, Inc.

Therapeutic Massage

2002

Downeast School of Massage

Therapeutic Massage

2007

Upledger Institute

Cranio Sacral Therapy

REVIEWS for my Bodywork services

by Anonymous on Jun 24
He was very careful to match the massage to my expectations and needs.
by Anonymous on May 21
Sean and I had a conversation about professionalism and boundaries that not too many people understand nowadays. This alone made me that much more comfortable there. I am glad that we chose this establishment. I will be going back if I’m ever in the area.
by Zack on Apr 15
Loosened up things that I’d taken for granted as being tight.
by Jenny on Mar 12
I came to my appointment having had a hard morning. Sean was kind and supportive and I left in a different mood and body!
by Gary on Jan 30
For the past several years, I have depended on Sean to help keep me well. Every time I see him (which now averages about once per month) he asks me about specific areas that are of concern. He always addresses those problem areas. I have had many massage therapists over the years and without question, he is the most skilled. He is always fully present and it is clear that he gives 100% effort every time he shares his healing work with me.
by Anonymous on Jan 22
Great massage. Customized to my individual needs.
by Bruce on Dec 05
Understanding of the personal physical issues that I like to focus on
by Jake on Dec 05
Sean flosses, smashes, and pressure surfs across your neuromuscular system like the Silver Surfer. He was doing something in my armpit and I felt it throbbing in my forearm. He knows what the heck he's doing. He's also intimidatingly cultured. Be prepared with some choice podcasts and novels to discuss.
by Eric on Dec 03
Sean is very good at what he does. A very talented massage therapist.
by Kimberly on Nov 05
Whether for recovery from strains, or a health maintenance massage .... over the many years that I have been seeking deep therapeutic massage from Sean he consistently digs deep and intuitively follows stressed muscles through their mesh of connectivity releasing chains of knots and fostering the retraining of muscle memory to achieve healthy outcomes where possible without the necessity of medication, injection or surgery. Deep therapeutic massage is not a luxury - it is an essential component of a well rounded health maintenance program/ritual.

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Mobile Therapeutic Massage

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