2-Therapist Treatment Offers
“Make a Wish” This was said in humor but in all honesty having two skilled therapists doing Myofascial Release on you is AMAZING!
The gentle, unhurried lengthening of your muscles, taking pressure off your joints and nervous system, and allowing you to breathe a little easier and be more aware of those stuck areas of your body you’ve spent far too long ignoring? When you become AWARE of a stuck area you are then in a position of power to CHOOSE to do something about it. You can choose to soften and melt, or you can choose to continue to brace and hold against whatever has been there all along.
Got shoulder or upper back pain? Imagine yourself on the table, with two therapists doing gentle arm pulls to release the tension in your arms, shoulders, upper back and shoulder blades. Does your lower back “go out”? Imagine one therapist holding both of your feet and the other gently cradling your head, both gently elongating those stuck areas in your spine that have been compressed for months, or even years. Got headaches? Imagine one therapist releasing the cranial bones to allow a decrease in pressure throughout your head, while the other is opening the upper chest to create a better flow between your head and the rest of your spine. Got bilateral knee pain that limits walking? Imagine one therapist gently releasing each knee to restore your ability to bend and straighten your knees so you can walk safely and easily.
It’s called 2-Therapist Myofascial Release. Two therapists working simultaneously for a one-of-a-kind treatment, tailored to what your body needs at the moment. Two therapists working toward one goal: helping you feel better and move easier. This unique experience is available at our clinic.
Sound like something you would like?
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