I am Thea Satrom, a Certified Practitioner of the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® with advanced training in women’s wellness applications, yoga, and zone therapy. I am passionate about connecting people to the wisdom of their own bodies and the inherent beauty that lies within. I have helped people with digestive, reproductive, and urinary issues, nurtured expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy and postpartum, and have offered clients relief from stress or active lifestyles and surgeries. What brings me great joy is to see clients benefit from self-care and become empowered to listen to themselves and what their bodies need to become their creative authentic selves. I love those ‘aha’ moments clients get on the table. I feel blessed to be a conduit of healing. When we listen to our bodies, they can guide us to a place of balance and vitality. I am excited to educate my clients; wherever they happen to be on their life journey – to benefit their personal wellness today and the wellness of their generations that follow.

I look forward to working with you.

I offer the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® with specific training as a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (CIYT) & Charles Ersdal Zone (REFLEXOLOGY) Therapist. Zone Therapy is a comprehensive treatment of the whole body through the feet.


I teach at THE YOGA STUDIO in Decorah, Iowa located @ 306 Water Street in Decorah, Iowa. I offer classes on Thursdays Level 1: 4:30-6pm. Drop-ins welcome. For more info on classes please call or e-mail.

Private Yoga Sessions Available.


Currently, The Massage Room is located at 402 Upper Broadway in Decorah, Iowa.  I take appointments Monday-Friday 9am-6pm.

To inquire about services or to schedule an appointment Please Contact:

Thea Satrom; ATMAT & CIYT

Certified Arvigo Therapist Specializing in Pregnancy Massage & Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (CIYT).


 e-mail: theacamellia@gmail.com


  • Maya Arvigo Abdominal Therapy
  • Zone Therapy
  • Cranio Sacral Therapy
  • Reiki
  • Visceral Unwinding

Maya Arvigo Abdominal Massage

The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy are founded on an ancient Maya technique of Abdominal Massage. This technique is performed externally by gently guiding and supporting organs back into their optimal positions, allowing for improved functioning for optimal health and wellness.

Arvigo Therapy is best known for addressing misalignment or congestion in the reproductive organs, as well as many common digestive disorders. The techniques effectively alleviate tissue congestion and organ constriction to improve the vital flows of energy, blood, lymph, nerves in the abdomen. It addresses and can release emotional and energetic tension form the abdomen. This assists to prevent the progression of chronic disease symptomology while improving the body’s ability to SELF REPAIR and BALANCE.

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Zoning the foot with Zone therapy.Zone Therapy

Zone therapy is a Holistic form of therapy working directly on the feet and ankles.  It helps to normalize digestion/assimilation, lymph and blood circulation, hormone balance, elimination, the autonomic nervous system, and is used for stress reduction.

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MassageThea-8489Cranio Sacral Therapy

Cranio sacral therapy is a hands-on approach that involves listening to the client’s subtle rhythms and any patterns of restriction.  The emphasis of treatment is to encourage and enhance the body’s own self-healing and self-regulating capabilities.

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Reiki literally translated means ‘universal life force energy’, the energy of life, and the encompassing and unconditional energy of love.  It works to restore mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being by removing blockages and restoring balance.  Reiki can be used on acute injury, inflammation, and surgery, and is especially effective on joint issues such as arthritis.

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MassageThea-8597Visceral Unwinding

Visceral Unwinding works directly with the organs and the fascial sac that engulfs each of the viscera.  This sheath is what connects the cranial system with each organ.  The organs in our body move constantly because of diaphragmatic, peristalsis, and cardiac activity.  With Visceral Unwinding, we work with the mobility (the movement primary following respiratory breath) and motility (the internal/external rotation around an axis for paired organs and in flexion or extension with single organs.  In a healthy body, the organs moved in a synchronized manner which visceral unwinding helps to restore.


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