Aquatic Bodywork Supports Healing

Keith Anderson, Master Bodywork TrainerAquatic Bodywork Supports Healing: Interview with Master Bodyworker, Keith Anderson

Do you know what aquatic bodywork is and what it can do for you? One example of this kind of training that you may have heard of is WATSU. We didn’t have much of a clue until we talked with Master Bodywork Trainer, Keith Anderson. We were so impressed we sent our mom into his magical hands. Enter the magic with us!

If you need to:

  • reduce stress
  • relieve pain from injuries
  • increase flexibility

then listen in as this modality could be PERFECT for you.

If you have concerns about

  • getting water in your ears
  • sinking instead of floating
  • being in water too cold or too hot

then listen in as Keith has solutions for all these situations.

Aquatic bodywork training with Keith AndersonIf you are worried about getting your hair wet then what can we say? Tough one to solve in a pool session. But the benefits far outweigh this one issue.

Find out from a leader/ teacher/ healer who has been called “Beautiful Inside and Out” whether an aquatic bodywork session (Example: WATSU) might be right for you.

Our guest is a regular instructor at Rancho la Puerta Fitness Spa in Tecate, MX and trained water healer. With a strong commitment to Balance, Love, and Quantum Harmony, Keith finds ways to support and help every one of his clients. You can find him at

To get fit while having fun, go to Tweet us at @AlexandraFunFit and @KymberlyFunFit. Take a look-see at our Pinterest boards via and Happy, healing, healthy for you!

About Kymberly Williams-Evans and Alexandra Williams

Identical twins and fitness pros Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA and Alexandra Williams, MAhave been in the fitness industry since the first aerobics studio opened–with them–on the European continent back when leg warmers and thong leotards were the rage. Their fitness experience spans 3 decades on land, sea, and airwaves.

Kymberly has taught fitness on 4 continents in 4 languages for 30 years to more than 10,000 exercisers. She is former faculty at University California Santa Barbara (UCSB) in the Department of Exercise & Sport Studies. IDEA, the International Association for Health and Fitness Professionals tapped her to serve as the inaugural editor for Fitness Edge, a publication devoted solely to group exercise leaders. Finally she knew enough people in the exercise world that she became a three-time nominee and finalist for IDEA’s Program Director of the Year award.

Kymberly also worked the mind attaining a Master’s Degree in English. Her true specialty was conducting business writing seminars and helping professionals communicate more effectively in the business world. From hosting an international fitness TV program to serving as grammar expert on a live show, Kymberly has led, moved and grooved with energy and good grammar for all.

Alexandra has been teaching, presenting and writing about fitness for over 25 years (since she was 7 and 1/2)! Currently on staff in the Exercise Studies Department at UCSB, she is also a contributing editor and writer for IDEA Health and Fitness Association’s many publications. As an international presenter, Alexandra enjoyed her honeymoon in Venezuela after judging their national fitness championships.

Alexandra has her advanced degree in counseling, which qualifies her to ask nosy questions of her two teens. Combining her love of words and the microphone, she has also had a successful run as a radio presenter, emcee and comedian. She loves to work, so she also writes for her blog and is a frequent guest contributor to a variety of blogs about business and health.

Kymberly and Alexandra are also the Hosts of Fun and Fit on WomensRadio. Fun and Fit offers answers to audiences’ fitness questions, shares Fun Fit Facts, faces Freak Out Fit Facts head on and helps listeners cut through the hype and fat to reach their fitness goals. Learn, laugh and live it up on your road to health and fitness!


  1. Great combination focusing on the needs of the client.
    Warm anti-gravity environment most conducive to succssssful massage.
    Add a trainer who responds to the patient’s body, throw in a little soft music, and
    let the healing begin!

    • Keith does offer it all! Doesn’t his voice just convey how soothing and healing his sessions are? Have you tried aquatic bodywork?

      • Yes, Keith sounds like a healer.
        I do massage and water aerobics in an outdoor salt water pool which really helps me alot.
        Funny thing though, wherever we are, there’s always so much more to do!
        I love the spirit of your show!

  2. I heard it’s never to late to exercise, I have intermediate authiritus in the lower back, can certain exercises really help? from a children author and school custodian in Concord, Ca.
    found thru Claire Power Murphy of Womans talk radio.