Spiral Path Massage And Bodywork Opens Near Historical Williamsburg

(PRWEB) February 02, 2014 Greater Williamsburg residents have a new option for massage therapy , with the recent opening of Spiral Path Massage and Bodywork in Williamsburg. Owner and massage therapist Meredith OaBrien offers a peaceful, safe refuge for relaxing, therapeutic massage. A certified massage therapist for more than 10 years, OaBrien is also skilled in craniosacral therapy, deep tissue and maternity massage, as well as breath work and Chakra balancing. She is also certified as a level-two Reiki provider. Reiki is a Japanese stress reduction method that promotes healing through a laying on of hands. OaBrien describes Spiral Pathas mission as a aguided pathway to wellness.a aAs a bodywork therapist, my goal is to act as a guide and witness to the process of healing,a she says. aThe power of therapeutic touch allows openness, activating the bodyas innate ability to heal itself.a At Spiral Path a located at 215 Ingram Road, Suite D a OaBrien offers: Swedish relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, therapeutic fusion massage and stretching to target specific areas, mother (or prenatal) massage, Reiki and reflexology. Relaxing enhancements are also available as add-on services, ranging from aromatherapy to Chakra tuning. One-time sessions and packages are available. At parties and corporate events, OaBrien can provide seated chair massages. Clients have called OaBrienas presence gentle, noting her intuition and thoroughness.
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Massage Therapy and its Surprising Benefits

Massage Therapy

Connective Tissue Massage This massaging technique does not involve the use of oil or lotion. It is connected to the Myofascial release technique. People experiencing chronic tension and inveterate diseases like Arthritis, Tendonitis, and scatia can benefit from this massage therapy. Hot Stone Massage This type aids the client to experience deep relaxation. Heated basalt stones are placed on bodys acupressure points. Then the therapist performs various Swedish massage style techniques. Using essential oils, they work the stones on your body so that the muscle tension goes away. Deep Tissue Massage This style focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It is designed to reach the deep sections of thick muscles, specifically the individual muscle fibres. Remedial Massage This type is based on the principle of heating. It works to heat muscles and tendons that are damaged, impaired or knotted. The whole body is treated holistically and the discomfort is traced back to the original cause.
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Soothing hands: Massage therapist Ralph Henderson

Ralph Henderson

At that point, I wanted to make a difference in peoples lives and fulfill my purpose to service others and make their lives relaxing, stress-free and build body stamina. I was inspired by my athletic coach to pursue professional skills as a massage therapist and personal bayview village chiropractic toronto trainer. What are the benefits back pain clinic of having a massage? A massage helps the body to prevent and alleviate pain and toxins in the body, muscle spasm, discomfort, reduce stress, lower heart rate and blood pressure by promoting overall health and well-being. Massage therapy services are an investment in both yourself and your health. What makes someone a good client? A good client usually communicates well about their feelings and expectations of the massage experience. They possess consistency and a commitment to the progressive state of maintaining a stress-free and healthy lifestyle. In massaging someone, what are some things you can tell about your client?
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