• Justin Purpero


Updated: May 19, 2020

We recently featured Creating Space Within as one of our #WeSupportWednesday small business spotlights.  Operated by Lailii Rascon, a local Bodyworker & Soma Therapist based in Costa Mesa, Creating Space Within offers several different therapies and treatments to heal the physical body not just through aligning the spine, correcting posture, and intuitive massage, but also by helping clients change lifestyle patterns and develop healthy habits.

Lailii has been my massage therapist for the last two years and is without a doubt one of the best in the business.  Considering all of the stress and uncertainty that COVID-19 has placed in our lives, now is the perfect time to book an appointment and see what Creating Space Within is all about. 

Here are just a few of the different treatments and services offered:

  1. Bodywork / Soma Therapy: This therapy focuses on the connective tissue and helps release tension, stress, and pain. 

  2. Body Work / Myofascial Stretching & ELDOAs Class: Led in a group setting of 4, this class practices a blend of Yoga, Myofascial (connective tissue) stretching, and ELDOAs – which are postural self-normalizing techniques designed for widening the space within a chosen articulation.

  3. Meditation / Be Quiet, Be Still & Listen Diaphragmatic Breathing Meditation: This meditation program encourages clients to find stillness within life’s busy schedule through a variety of extensive meditation exercises. Breathing techniques help relieve discomfort pain and fluid movement helps warm up the spine for alignment.

  4. Coaching / Open & Create Space Within - Personal Growth: This coaching service teaches clients how to communicate with intention and how to practice self-love – digging deep into your ego, heart, and soul to break down barriers and expectations.

For more information, call 323.377.3765 or email  You can also check out the Creating Space Within website here:

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