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Rachael Wetzel LMT, CPMT, CBMT, RMT 

Giving women options through Integrative Holistic Health Care.

When a new client comes in, I am inevitably asked two main questions,

What is with the name BeYu, what does it mean?

Well, the name was inspired by a fellow massage student that initially was going to partner with me when starting my first location out of school (2017). After looking at the location and getting our keys, we went to Texas Roadhouse for lunch. Over margaritas we talked about what we wanted to share with the Cheyenne community in terms of service and atmosphere. Our vision was a place where women could come in and just relax, a welcoming environment that supported open honesty without fear of judgement or rejection. It didn’t matter if you didn’t shave your legs for a year, or if you had funky rough feet. It was a place where space would be held for each individual person, a place where the body would be cherished, nurtured, and accepted just as it was, flaws and all. A place where you could simply, Be You.

And so, BeYu was born.

Although I ended up going solo, I have never lost that moment that was the birth of an idea that went to the core of healing. It has remained the focal point to this day.

Since that time, I have strived to improve services, develop skills, to keep digging, keep learning, and keep finding ways to help women to learn to hold space in their own bodies, identify those holding patterns, and release the energy that no longer is serving them. I keep up to date with continuing education and have been inspired by numerous clients’ experiences to go further into the anatomy of the human body, to think outside of the very small box that massage therapy has been kept in. Instead, taking that box and busting it wide open. With gratitude, I join a growing trend of truly phenomenal and passionate massage therapists who have deepened their study of the human body. I am enamored with the muscles and the ligaments that hold our bones in place. The tensegrity fascinates me. If you move just one bone out of place, it disrupts the entire pattern of the body. There is no greater disruption to that pattern than pregnancy and birthing a child. Which brings me to the next question that I am asked:

What is my favorite type of massage?

The answer to this has changed a few times over the years with the education I receive.  The more I learn, I can now say that I have the greatest satisfaction with prenatal and postpartum, and if I had to pick one, it would be postpartum.

Postpartum care was something I did not have when my daughter was born, 19 years ago. I had a very traumatic birthing experience and zero aftercare. This is the story for a lot of women, and I find that decades later, helping the body recover from childbirth makes the entire perimenopausal period much better!

Helping women prepare for birth and then heal from the birth is essential. It will make a difference in how your pelvic floor health will be later in your life. The difference between not being afraid of a sneeze and being able to squat to pick up your child, and your grandchildren without fear of bladder leakage. As women, we are freaking amazing! The things our bodies go through, what we do and what we can accomplish, it's amazing! 

I’m very excited to share the knowledge I have gained from several classes dedicated to the pelvic floor. I’m excited to open a whole new concept of massage therapy. I want you to expect more, demand more, and I never want you to leave my table feeling like you didn’t accomplish anything.

Massage at BeYu looks a little different, feels a little different, and you are going to feel a little different afterward. One of my stand-out comments after a massage that included pelvic floor was, “I feel like the work you did on my pelvis is work I needed years ago”.

I don’t do a whole lot of “relaxation” traditional Swedish massage, however, being present in your body and releasing the emotions that are at times not in your best interest can be such a euphoric experience that your expectations for massage may change.

I combine what I have learned over the last 7 years, there are some Swedish movements, some deep tissue, some trigger point, craniosacral, polarity therapy, intuition, neurokinetic, lymphatic, working in the chest and the breast, abdominal, pelvic floor, neck, shiatsu, Thia, carpal tunnel, bringing it all together in an all-encompassing experience that yields results that last. Be prepared to put a name, and often, a face to your problem areas. 

I highly recommend 2-hour sessions. Some people may require over 2 hours and that option is available. If you have high anxiety, I recommend a minimum of 2 hours.

Don’t endure, give yourself time to relax and trust, knowing you are in a safe place, let your body be open to healing so that it will accept the work that is done. This is your time. Let it be unrushed, you can simply Be You.


Credentials & Special Training

  • Associates Degree of Occupational Studies- Allied Health- Therapeutic Massage 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Neuromuscular Therapies 2017, 2018
  • Digestive Ailments 2018
  • Lymphatic Therapies 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
  • Cellulite Services 2022
  • Gua Sha 2017, 2019
  • Reiki Teacher and Master 2017, 2018, 2019
  • NeuroKinetic Therapies, Level 1 2021
  • Breast & Chest 2019, 2021, 2023
  • Pediatric Massage & Touch Therapy Certification 2019
  • Arthritic Conditions 2023
  • Anxiety and Stress 2017, 2019, 2021, 2022, 2023
  • Prenatal Therapies, Master 2023
  • Low back Pain 2019
  • Hand, Wrist, Forearm & Neck (Carpal Tunnel, Thoracic Outlet, Cubital Tunnel) 2019, 2020, 2024
  • Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique 2020, 2021
  • Cancer & Massage 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
  • Nutritional Kinesiology Training- Country Doctor Technique 2022, 2023
  • Holistic anti-inflammatory techniques 2020, 2021, 2023
  • Essential Oils & Raindrop Technique 2017, 2020
  • High Risk Prenatal 2023
  • Full Certification Abdominal & Internal Pelvic Floor 2023, 2024
  • Herbology (In Progress) 2023, 2024
  • Craniosacral Therapy 2023
  • Reflexology 2017, 2018
  • Somatic Therapy (In Progress) 2023, 2024
  • Fertility Massage Certification (In Progress) 2023, 2024
  • Passive Stretching 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024
  • Structural Kinesiology (In Progress) 2023, 2024
  • Sound Healing, Energetic Therapies (In Progress) 2024
  • Master Certification in Intuition Medicine (In Progress) 2024
  • Breathwork 2024
  • Polarity Therapy 2024
  • Nerve Mobilization (In Progress) 2024