Frequently Asked Questions:
What services does To the Moon and Back offer?
I offer Calm Birth Meditation® Online and In-Person Courses.
Currently, I'm a student of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and offering practice clinic sessions.
How do I book a session?
What is the intention of a session of To the Moon and Back?
Amy built To the Moon and Back to honor and support the embodied journey of life. She provides presence, connection, and a tone that is calming. She looks forward to providing all clients who walk into the office with a space to relax before they reenter their very busy and important world.
What is To the Moon and Back's cancellation policy?
Amy tries, in every circumstance to be understanding of how life can have different ideas.
A processing fee of $25 will be charged for cancellations made within 5 days. Notice of cancellation must be made via e-mail Here within 5 working days of the scheduled Calm Birth Class. A cancellation acknowledgement will be sent within 5 working days and fees refunded within 15 working days, subject to this Refund Policy.
For a in person bodywork session, I do require 24 hour notice of cancelation.
What is Calm Birth®️ Method Meditation?
Calm Birth®️ meditation was created for pregnancy, labor, and beyond to enhance health to reduce stress and help to support optimal energy for birth. There are three main lessons in Calm Birth - progressive relaxation, giving and receiving meditation (great for partners to learn), and womb breathing. If you take a Calm Birth meditation class or workshop, it is simply designed to empower each unique pregnant client and their families to connect to themselves and babies. For more information on the method, visit this website. If you're interested in signing up for a class or workshop, please visit the events page here Classes and workshops are for beginners.
What is Amy's experience and education?
Amy Lee Czadzeck is a graduate of Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY and became a licensed massage therapist in New York State in 2006. She began her practice at a home office in Western New York and has worked in salon and spas. She studied all three levels of Reiki and hot stone massage with Hallie Sawyers of Soul Song. When she moved to Eastern New York, she provided mobile massage therapy for clients with chronic pain. In 2014, she became certified in prenatal massage with Michelle Beaulieu of New Moon Holistic. She also learned the craft of Indian Head Massage with Life Works Wellness. Amy continued further training through the Institute of Somatic Therapy in prenatal massage in 2016. She completed 18 hours of advanced perinatal massage mentoring through Body Therapy Education with Carole Osborne, the woman who wrote the book on prenatal massage. In December 2016, Amy completed her training in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy for Moms and Babies with the great Michael Shea where she learned compassion practices. In 2017, Amy trained in a course called Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss to deepen her connection to supporting through bodywork through difficult situations. She also received certification Birthing Mama® Prenatal Yoga and Wellness Birth Professionals Online Workshop where she gained insight of how to offer more self-care techniques to her clients. In 2018, Amy will be entering her second year of three, on her way to become a biodynamic craniosacral therapist through Margery Chessare at Turtleback Craniosacral Education. Amy became certified in Calm Birth®️ Mediation with Robert Newman and Anna Humphreys in 2017 after deepening her meditation practice, letting go of perfection, and making an intention to parent more consciously with her own children. All of her teachers come into her work and she is grateful to share them.
What is Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy?
As a student and receiver of this work, the definition to this question of what is biodynamic craniosacral therapy constantly shifts. The one intention that remains is to find the Health of the body. The BSCT therapist is trained to connect to the fluid nature of themselves and the client which is very calming to the body's nervous system. The client is clothed and the therapist connects to the body with gentle touch. I take practice clients for these sessions. For a complementary session towards clinic hours, I request feedback on the session.
Who is your website photography by?
Maternity Photography shots by Cristina Starr Photography
and Other Photography by Saratography
Note: I've obtained permission to use by the expectant mothers and the photographers. So grateful for their beauty and time.
On Calm Birth Meditation Class:
Amy facilitated a series of Calm Birth meditation classes offering tools for my first pregnancy, labor, birth prep & FOR LIFE! I am eternally grateful and stupified at the simple, loving, non-judgmental, kind, compassionate, self-empowering & safe way in which Amy guided me from the first session in her ultra soul-soothing, magical office space & she was able to create & give me the same powerful experience for our meditation session via Skype due to snow! Upstate NY/our world are super blessed!" ~J.J.
On a practice Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy session:
"The space is gorgeous and relaxing--perfectly curated to relieve stress and find center. Amy is a breath of fresh air, as was the biodynamic craniosacral therapy I received. I left feeling peaceful, connected, and refreshed. I highly recommend checking her out! " ~Erin