Hello my name is Lexlia,
I’ve been a Certified Massage Therapist since 2009. I graduated from UEI College with a certificate in Special Populations.
I’ve been interested and passionate about bodywork basically my whole life.
My decision to educate myself in holistic and alternative practices was kismet. But what I didn't understand, was just how profoundly, working with people who really needed my help would affect me. I believe in energetic transference, and that positivity and unconditional love are the core essentials to healing. I'm always eager and excited to hear feedback from all of my clients and to see progress from the work that we're doing together. Because healing through massage is a team effort, I will cater to you and I recommend you also cater to yourself. You can do this by remaining consistent with your at home self care. I specialize in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Clinical and Prenatal massage. I also love incorporating scalp and face massages to ensure deep relaxation no matter how stressful your day may have been! My ultimate goal and ultimate pride is to help you heal yourself. I look forward to meeting you and commencing this journey of self healing together!!
Pre and Post Natal
Neck & Shoulders
Aishat Hasati – Inglewood, CA
Aishat is a wife, mother of four, homeschooler, and artist from Seattle, WA who now resides in Inglewood, CA. She is a trained Full Spectrum Doula, Certified Innate Postpartum Care Provider, and a Certified Vaginal Steam Practitioner. She is a member of Long Beach Birth Workers of Color, where as a group they strive to make a difference in their community through the services they provide to women, birthing people, and their families.
She became aware of her passion for working with women and their families after the birth of her first child in 2006, and has been working with women since 2008. She has also studied under traditional Kemetic Master Healers and Priests, learning ancient systems of healing, meditation, language and philosophy. All of this has helped to form a foundation for how she operates throughout her life and how she cares for others. Recognizing the void in postpartum care through her own experiences, both in birth and miscarrying, has given her the motivation to make this her focus. Her goal in working with women is to help them become their best selves through empowerment, knowledge, being cared for and self-care.
With a holistic perspective, Aishat provides council in womb wellness, preparation for birth and postpartum, guidance in connecting with self and or baby through meditation, meal planning, education on breast care including movement and massage, yoni steams, castor oil packs, moxibustion and closing the bones ceremony. Most of all she wishes to hold a safe space for individuals free of judgment. Feeling nurtured, respected, and loved will encourage women to trust their intuition, one of our greatest gifts, and allow them to blossom into who they are becoming.
Orange/LA County, California
Yohualitztli is a Purépecha/Anahuac Indigenous mom of two precious jades. She is an active member in her Indigenous community, practicing ancestral ceremonies and maintaining strong ties to her roots, culture and language. Yohualitztli is a published scientist and graduated with a Bachelors in Science in Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She maintains involvement in the medical field by currently working for the University of California, Irvine Medical School and using her medical Spanish background to translate for the Hyperemesis Education and Research (HER) Foundation.
Yohualitztli is a trained Full Spectrum Doula and placenta encapsulation. Her practices are guided both by her elders and background knowledge in medicine. She works closely with the rest of the Birthworkers of Color Collective to maintain her knowledge and Doula practices up to speed. Her passion has always been to support and serve marginalized communities, such as her own Indigenous community and communities of color. Yohualitztli is a community advocate and has over 20 years experience advocating for Indigenous communities and communities of People of Color. Her short term and long term goals are to continue to expand her work and knowledge as a Doula by becoming a Lactation Educator and eventually fulfilling a life-time goal of training to be a midwife. With her work, Yohualitztli hopes to help close the disproportionate gap in services during pregnancy, birth, loss and beyond for Indigenous People and People of Color.