About Me

Sometimes the simple things in life can mean the most...  Uganda, Kampala

Eva SavageauBefore I introduce myself, I would like to first thank you for reading my blogs and getting to know all about who I am.

My name is Eva Savageau.  My passion in life is wanting to serve others by sharing my experiences and knowledge in order to impact lives and bring people to Jesus Christ and treating people who suffer from chronic/acute pain through advanced NeuroMuscular and CranioSacral Therapy.  

I am very independent and free spirited.  I love adventure but I have a very hard time planning things.  I am extremely spontaneous, I'm the type who'll  just get up and go and see where life takes me.  My husband and I are complete opposites, I don't think there can be a more opposite couple, but we are absolutely perfect for each other.  I keep him on his toes and he keeps me grounded (at times).  We have been married for 10 years and have a wonderful amazing daughter Madelynn.   My husband Adam has raised Madelynn for 10 years and has treated her with sincere unconditional love from day one.  It has been great seeing their bond and relationship grow over the years.  Adam is the most amazing, sincere, humble and Godly man I have ever met.  He leads our family with PRAYER, FAITH, LOVE, COMPASSION and GRACE and I LOVE him, RESPECT him, VALUE him and CHERISH him every single day.  NeuroMuscular Pain and Wellness Center

My family 💕💕💕 Always centered on unconditional love, laughter and faith

 Adam and I were dating for just under 6 months when I was completely surprised with the most romantic marriage proposal.  Five months later we were married in Africa while serving as humanitarians on a mission trip.  We are madly in love and continue to show each other ever single day.  If you wanna learn more on how to have the best marriage possible, click on my marriage blog here: How to Have a Lasting Intimate Marriage

 During our 10 years of marriage, we have struggled with infertility, click here to read about surviving infertility or send it to someone who you know is struggling through it: How To Survive Infertility   This struggle has taught us so much, and through it all we have become stronger than ever.  Adam and I certainly enjoy the freedom that we do have and live everyday with purpose, pure intent and passion for life. We enjoy everything life gives us including our struggles.  After all, they only make us stronger and more appreciative. 

Eva Savageau

 I have an amazing, beautiful and talented daughter Madelynn Camille, who is now 21 years of age.  She absolutely means the world to me.  We have a very strong bond and have always been very close.  Madelynn is and always will be my little angel.  She has the most beautiful angelic voice.  She loves writing, singing and recording music and is a strong follower of Jesus Christ.  I am so proud of her and the young woman she has become.  Words can not express the love I have for her.  I have never let a day go by without her knowing just how much she means to me.  Madelynn has grown and matured so much.  I love seeing all the amazing things going on in her life.  I truly am a proud mom.  What a blessing she is!

Now on to my career:

 I am the Owner/Founder of  NeuroMuscular Pain & Wellness Center in Old Town Scottsdale where I treat patients who are suffering from chronic/acute pain as well as teach parents infant massage.  I have been a NeuroMuscular Therapist and Massage Therapist for over 14 years.  I am very passionate about serving others through faith, motivation, encouragement, health and well-being as well as sharing my expertise in chronic pain management and doing what I love, treating patients with chronic/acute pain and watching the miracle of physical and emotional healing take place.  I truly value and care for each and every patient who walks through my door.  Everybody has a different story as to how their pain started, some may be from physical trauma and some may be from emotional trauma, but whatever it may be, my job is to find the cause and help heal both the body and mind in order to allow the healing process take place.

Well this is me in a nutshell, hope you enjoyed, Please feel free to read my other blogs or if you know anyone who is suffering from chronic/acute pain, send them my way!

Thank you and blessings to you.

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