We all share a common theme, EXCELLENCE and HIGHEST STANDARD of care of our clients. We place a strong emphasis on thoughtful flow based on our clients individual needs.
Gravity Bodywork is our most popular service, but we embrace and offer diverse modalities and approach in healing. We welcome everyone from different disciplines, as such, our team offer multiple approaches to healing and rejuvenation.
Kweku Brewoo is a graduate of Madison College’s Massage Therapy Program. With the belief that massage is a compliment to wholistic health, Kweku focuses on addressing and adapting to the specific needs of clients with different massage modalities and integrative techniques. His calming temperament, integrative technique, and passion for this work compliments his ability to provide anything from simple relaxation and stress reduction for general wellness to focused therapeutic massages curated specific to each individual body.
Why I'm on the path of healing and bodywork?
I honestly do not have the answer to that question. What I know is I am enjoying every moment of this journey. As a budding bodywork practitioner, I understand now that massage is just one of the essential pillars on healing and staying balanced. That said, I think massage should be fun. I’m not saying it won’t be challenging, as I found that to be the opposite. I realized learning to do bodywork is learning about myself and be always mindful of what is best for my clients. I value and grateful for the opportunity they give me to be part of their healing time.
Kudos to my family and friends for helping me see not only the great promises of what’s ahead of me on this journey, but most importantly how to appreciate the meaning and beauty of what’s in front of me—right now.
My name is Al Poliarco, owner and developer of Barefoot Hands Gravity Bodywork. I am a freelance LMT, Certified Ashiatsu - Deepfeet Bar Therapist, Ashi-Thai Bodywork Practitioner, Certified Sarga Bodywork Practitioner, Restorative Ashiatsu, and Ashtanga Yoga Instructor.
From the outside, my practice may appear purely physical, an artful flow with gravity; but this is how I connect with my clients. It's my way of holding the space for them for a moment to be still and find healing within.
Licensed Bodywork & Massage Therapist
WI Licensed No. 13720-146
Certified Ashiatsu - Deepfeet Bar™ Therapist
Certified Sarga Bodywork™ Practitioner
Certified MediCupping™ Therapist
Ashi-Thai Bodywork Practitioner
Restorative-Aerial Ashiatsu Bodywork Practitioner
Certified FMT Rocktape™ Specialist
Registered Yoga Teacher | Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Aerial & Pole Fitness Enthusiast
Jaimie is passionate about the body as a whole. She truly recognize the body's inherent ability to thrive when it is deeply nourished & cared for. Nurturing touch is an essential component of making the body whole. It is Jaimie's truth to be of deep & reverent service to the human vessel by guiding others towards wholeness.
She spent years, prior to becoming a therapist, immersed in the world of bodywork & wellness. After a powerful healing session during her stay in an ashram in Guatemala, it became clear to her that it was time to embark on her own journey to become a bodyworker!
She studied massage therapy at Madison College. Since graduation, she was eager to learn more modalities, & have studied Ashiatsu-Deepfeet Bar Therapy, Acupressure, & Cupping. She loves using a fusion of her skill set to best serve the unique needs of each client.
Jaimie's job is simple, yet profound, to nourish & guide your body towards remembering its true perfection.
Massage has always been a natural gift of Brandon’s; providing relief and relaxation for friends and family since a young age. In the spring of 2015, he graduated from Madison College’s therapeutic massage program with a focus in Swedish and clinical massage.
With a gentle, nurturing touch, Brandon works with his clients to support a safe space for physical and emotional healing, relaxation, grounding, stress relief and pain relief.
His approach is a combination of Swedish massage, acupressure, trigger point work, table-Thai, and Reiki.
As a traveler, Brandon has lived and worked in communities with fellow healers and bodyworkers throughout Wisconsin, Hawaii, Mexico, Costa Rica and Egypt. The additional approaches and techniques he has gained from these experiences have greatly enriched his passion for massage, which he views as not luxury, but rather a vital part of one’s wellness care in order to live a happier and healthier life.
Jenny Keupper O’Neil is a certified massage therapist with excellent technique, tons of experience and warm, non-judgmental acceptance for all her clients. Jenny has been trained in many modalities suited to treating muscle strain, fatigue, chronic pain and acute injuries. Jenny is an excellent listener which makes her massage extra comforting and very effective since they are customized to suit the special, individual needs of every client.
Jenny works with clients from all walks of life including weightlifters, stay-at-home parents, teachers, health professionals, police, military and people skilled in the trades.
Jenny believes the body is amazing, holds infinite wisdom and abilities to recover, heal and thrive. Clients that see Jenny are deeply invested in getting better and being their best selves.
Amy Lynn is a graduate from Madison College’s therapeutic massage program and UW Madison alumni. After completing undergrad, she found herself working with people and was fascinated by what their bodies could overcome and heal. During this time she realized that movement can be healing as long as we create the appropriate space for recovery and healing. She is a firm believer that when you feel better, you do better. Amy wanted to help people not only build functional movement but also help them recover after to keep them agile. We are what we do, and massage is an excellent way to reflect on our repetitive movements and how stress impacts our bodies. She wants to help everyone find what makes them feel ready and capable to functionally move through each day.