Greetings! 

My name is Adam Baraz, founder of Samadhi Bodywork.

Samadhi Bodywork is an integrative mind-body massage. The work invokes profound relaxation through deep synchronization of body, heart, and mind. Samadhi weaves together elements of traditional massage, Manual Therapy, Somatic-Experiencing (SE), Cranial-Sacral Therapy, and guided meditation. 

"Samadhi" is a Sanskrit word which means, "absorption in deep meditation".  In the Samadhi method, bodywork is a vehicle to touch meditative awareness.  As we contact the deep space of awareness, space is created for our inner vision, authentic inspiration, and creativity to naturally emerge.

Through dissolving the tension patterns, limiting beliefs, and emotional holding in your muscles, bones, and nervous system:             Your entire life will improve.

The purpose of Samadhi Bodywork is to:  activate, awaken, and integrate your unique human potential, so you are able give your greatest gift to the world.

I have practiced bodywork professionally for nearly a decade and have accumulated more than 1,000 hours of clinical training. I have undertaken extensive professional training in counseling psychology, and Somatic Experiencing (SE) Trauma Therapy. I also received my BA Degree in Somatic-Psychology from Naropa University in 2011.

The teachings Tibetan-Yoga and meditation, taught by Dr. Reggie Ray (www.dharmaocean.org), are the essence and inspiration of Samadhi Bodywork.  These practices, which I teach my clients, are unique in their efficacy to rapidly unlock and awaken the innate well-being, clarity, and inner-wisdom of the human body.  Since 2006, I have spent a total of ten months practicing meditation in retreat.

 If you are ready to heal your body, transform your life, and give your greatest gift to the world, I can help you. 

                                                        Sincerely,

                                                         Adam.                            

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  • Open, undistracted, collected Presence.

  • The body, heart, and mind aligned and unified in the experience of meditation

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  • A collection of techniques for restoring health and balance to the entire person by working through the body. 

  • Therapeutic methods that center on the body for the promotion of physical health, emotional, and spiritual well-being.   



"He uses the perfect amount of knowledge and intuition..."

"I am a full time bodyworker. I use my body constantly. Often it is challenging for me to find someone that does the multifaceted work I need. I find his work extremely helpful. He uses the perfect amount of knowledge and intuition. I find sessions with him to be deeply healing on multiple levels. I enjoy the depth of the soft tissue work as well as the breath and energy work. Adam is the real deal and everyone could benefit from working with him. I highly recommend him."  - Erika Campbell

"Synchronizing mind and body is not a concept or a random technique someone thought up for self improvement.  It is a basic principle of how to be a human being, how to use your mind and your body together"

-Chogyam Trungpa