Hi, I'm Kim Vogelsang, owner of Birdsong Bodywork and Pilates, LLC. I have been practicing massage therapy since 2003 and was first introduced to Pilates in 2002 for rehabilitation after low back surgery. Having gone through low back issues including disc herniation, surgery, sacral ligament instability, and sciatica, I can identify with the fear and limitations that come with pain.

I'm here because I like to help people, like you, find the freedom to feel at peace in your body through massage and exercise. I like to offer not only manual manipulation of the tissue in order to heal from injury, but also the opportunity to improve your postural awareness with Pilates exercises and apparatus' in order to prevent injury.

I have a BA in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Austin and I studied Clinical Massage Therapy at the Texas Healing Arts Institute with emphasis in Myofascial Release and Trigger Point Therapy. I am Certified through the Pilates Method Alliance - PMA. In 2014, I participated in a comprehensive program at Stillpoint Pilates Studio for Classical Pilates under the instruction of Christl Dodge and Lisa Fehrman.

I am on an ever constant projection toward developing my skills as a Bodyworker so that I can better serve you.

I look forward to meeting you!

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What is bodywork?

Kim uses a combination of techniques including Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, deep tissue, Swedish and passive or active stretch techniques. READ MORE >

What is myofascial release?

Fascia is a sticky connective tissue that covers your muscles and connects your whole body. When fascia is released, then the muscle can release as well by itself or with Trigger Point therapy. I use a combination of fascial and Trigger Point Release. READ MORE >

What is trigger point therapy

Trigger Points are painful or tender spots in a nodule within a band of muscle tissue. They cause pain at the exact location of the Trigger Point or refer pain elsewhere in the body. READ MORE >

Who can benefit from Thai massage??

Thai massage has many benefits for everyone. It uses the gentle pressure on energy lines and the yoga-like stretching to relax the whole body on a deeper level. READ MORE >

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Recent testimonials

My knees were in severe pain until I found Kim, who uncovered and helped me to work through chronically tight fascia. I am really appreciative of her commitment to remedying the situation from finding the cause to applying her incredible massage techniques to providing tons of useful take-home information that has benefited my entire body. On the court, or driving in the car, I move differently and feel so much better.
Jennifer Braham

About Pilates

Joseph Pilates, creator of Contrology now known as Pilates, created a system of exercises, sometimes using special apparatus' and sometimes just a mat, designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture, and enhance mental awareness. READ MORE >