Through September 30, I will donate $25 from each 1-hour session to Ellicott City flood relief (via the United Way of Central Maryland's Ellicott City fund).
Ellicott City, and the greater
Hours by appointment
About Tom Swiss
Tom Swiss is a graduate of the Shiatsu and Asian Bodywork program at the Baltimore School of Massage, where he was trained in both the Traditional Chinese Medicine and Zen/Masunaga approaches to shiatsu. He is certified as a Diplomate in Asian Bodywork Therapy by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a Certified Practitioner by the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia, and a Maryland Licensed Massage Therapist.
Tom holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, and a godan (fifth degree black belt) ranking in karate. His years of experience as a software developer have made him familiar with the stresses placed on the body and mind by the professional workplace, while in his role as a karate student and teacher he has gained firsthand knowledge about athletic training and injuries.
He has also established a reputation as a poet, a musician, and
a lecturer on spirituality.
His book Why Buddha
Touched the Earth was published by Megalithica Books
in 2013, and he blogs at Patheos as "The Zen Pagan"