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37 West 17th Street, Suite 300
New York, NY 10011
212.533.2255
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Vanush Von Love is a licensed massage therapist who completed his training at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. His technique not only combines Western and Eastern modalities, but is further informed by his extensive training in various bodywork modalities and human anatomy. He has pursued a continuing education in Prenatal Massage and is a certified Labor and Postpartum massage therapist. Additionally, his experience as a yoga teacher as well as a professional dancer helps inform his approach to bodywork, where he finds that movement is medicine.

Through Vanush’s bodywork, he is able to help patients tackle issues ranging from physical and emotional blockages to post-surgery recovery; injury-related traumas to the buildup of everyday stress, anxiety to gynecological conditions, and more.

Beginning with the physical body, Vanush invites you to take the step forward towards self-discovery and healing as he guides you on a personalized path to achieve wellness and balance in your own life.

Somaliah Williams is a certified massage therapist and doula, offering focused therapy in prenatal care and reproductive health. Somaliah has been as a Birth Worker as well as a Reproductive Justice Worker since 2013 and provides childbirth education, prenatal support, meditation, prenatal nutrition, lactation support and pain management to the incarcerated pregnant women at Rikers Island Rose M. Singer’s Women’s Jail. Somaliah also teaches an introductory massage class at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Manhattan, laying the foundation for future massage therapists. 

Somaliah’s love for bodywork is coupled with treating the pregnant individual and their families in all stages of pregnancy including conception support, pre and postnatal as well as infant massage.

With additional certifications and trainings from Thailand, Somaliah’s sessions incorporate many Eastern approaches. For example, Somaliah is fully trained in Thai Hara Massage, a technique that targets an array of issues associated with digestion, urinary, reproductive health, and deep emotional blockages. Other trainings include Thai herbal compress and vaginal steam treatments.

Working as a doula coupled with years of administering medical massage has given Somaliah a deep connection with how people perceive pain and integrate healing into their bodies. For Somaliah, it “can’t be said enough, healing is truly a holistic experience that requires the mind and body to be attuned.” She feels that the biggest aspect of healing begins with our need to be affirmed, our need to be seen and to be heard. Somaliah gives full-spectrum holistic care to her clients with technique and attunement, which are at the basis of her practice.

When she’s not treating or supporting babies being born, Somaliah loves dancing and studies the connection of somatic healing through movement.

Dr. Daryl Nicole Thuroff has spent the last 13 years honing her skills as a health care facilitator and educator. She has a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, and is nationally certified as a Diplomat of Chinese Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine.

Daryl’s goal is to facilitate healing based on individualized treatment for physical conditions along with emotional stressors. Treatments often include acupuncture, massage therapy and herbal medicine combinations to ensure optimal results. The focus of her work has evolved into the emotional origins of pain, stress management, women’s health, fertility, and pediatrics.

Her massage work has grown into a patient-based blend of Eastern and Western modalities making her sessions the perfect accompaniment to any acupuncture appointment. She regularly incorporates Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Sports, Trigger Point and Myofacial Release work. For Daryl, reducing everyday stress is a high priority and an important precursor to addressing additional musculoskeletal and emotional imbalance in the body. With attention to breathing and relaxation techniques, Daryl works to ensure that you are an integral part of your own healing process.

Daryl developed Yinova’s Reproductive Health Bodywork Program, alongside Yinova founder Jill Blakeway. This comprehensive approach to bodywork was designed to help our patients build a good reproductive foundation which can improve fertility and treat conditions such as irregular cycles, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, PCOS, endometriosis and more. Daryl has additional certifications in Pre/Postnatal massage.

Before moving to Yinova, Daryl held multiple positions at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in Manhattan including Assistant Director of Clinical Services and Offsite Clinic Coordinator, Professor of both acupuncture and massage, and Clinic Supervisor.

Daryl has also participated in various clinical settings such as a National Institute of Health research study for chronic pain management (Montefiore Hospital, Bronx, NY), U.C. San Diego’s RIMAC center for student athletes and Seniors Clinic at Lutheran Church in San Diego. She does volunteer healing work in NYC community style treatment settings as well as internationally for the indigenous communities in Quiche, Guatemala and Guayaquil, Ecuador.

In her spare time, Daryl enjoys practicing Taekwondo, reading tarot cards and frequenting the beach with her rescue dog, Jake.

Jessa Zinn is a Structural Integrator in the Rolf Method. She began her studies in 2001 under the guidance of Advanced Certified Rolfer, Marcelo Countinho and did her certification at the Guild for Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado.

Since 2002 Jessa has been studying anatomy, muscle harmony and postural assessment with neuro-muscular movement specialist Irene Dowd. Her understanding of the body has been profoundly informed by her cadaver studies. Additionally, Jessa has been teaching yoga since 2000 with a specific focus on its therapeutic application. Having a keen knowledge of biomechanics and a movement background greatly informs and guides her Structural Integration practice.

Her interest in understanding how the body relates to gravity and moves through space, shaped by physicality and psyche, has inspired her to deepen her studies with trainings in cranial-sacral therapy, pilates, and visceral-manipulation.

She works with clients of all ages who seek out Structural Integration for a wide variety of concerns from chronic pain, who want to improve athletic performance and also those interested in going through the traditional 10-series in the Rolf Method as a tool for personal growth.

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