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Clients typically spend long hours in front of a desk, in meetings or commuting daily. Combined with poor posture this leads to excessive tension in the back, neck, shoulders, chest and jaw. If this is not addressed soon enough it leads to acute/chronic pain or discomfort with
Margret Boyle, Investment Banker, SF
“My first goal was to avoid having any pain or tension be part of my daily life and this has definitely helped me do that. I also have a very sedentary job, and know how terrible that can be for my body, I use this work to help balance the tension and poor posture that is caused by sitting for several hours a day.”
Tom Cacciotti, another satisfied learner
“I have always been told I needed to improve my posture if I wanted to help my chronic back pain, but i never knew how. My primary doctor just complimented me on my great posture ..I nearly fell off my chair! To top it off I am now pain free!”
Allyson Fong, Physical Therapist, Doctor of Physical Therapy
“I highly recommend Will’s services to anyone looking for a jump-start in addressing their body’s myofascial limitations. He is kind, knowledgeable, and the first CMT to come to mind when clients ask me how they can supplement their care.”
” I had been on a course of physiotherapy for about 2 months for a shoulder injury. I had hit a wall with progress and was struggling to get my muscles to reset so that the exercises could activate the muscles properly. After my first session with William I experienced remarkable progress. “
BETTER POSTURE PROGRAM
Benefits Of massage Include:
Stop wasting time and money going from massage to massage and work with someone, who with over seven years in acute and chronic pain experience, can help get quick and effective results.
The massage focus on cause not symptoms.
People do not realize the psycho-emotional strain that accompanies muscular skeletal tension and pain. When this is removed we feel happier, lighter and energized.
Exercise is as good for the mind as it is for the body. When you cannot be as active as you want there is a great impact on the rest of your life. Being pain and tension free is your ticket to a long active lifestyle.
More energy, better mood and ability to focus more on the task at hand are all common side effects of overcoming pain and tension.
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THE BENEFITS OF MASSAGE
To achieve a pain and tension free body!
A variety of massage techniques to achieve optimum benefits are use to achieve a pain and tension free body. These generally include:
- Sports Massage
- Deep Tissue
- Myofascial Release
All sessions are tailored to your individual needs, including how much pressure you prefer. The goal is for you to leave the session feeling better not broken. However, if you feel deep tissue is what you need, its yours! A brief chat beforehand will help ascertain what it is you would like to achieve from the session and usually involves one of the following:
Some people with a specific injury or pain may choose to have this be the focus of their massage. For example, elevating pain in the lower back. However, this does not mean simply massaging the back, but also releasing other key components connected to the pain in this area. For the lower back this could include hips and mid to upper back.
Improved circulation to that part of the body, regulated inflammation, quicker rate of recovery, improved body awareness helping the individual care for the injury better themselves to prevent re-occurrence.
Many of my clients spend long hours in front of a computer. This massage focuses on the key areas that tighten due to prolonged computer use.
Warning: clients can increase around an inch in height!!
Improved circulation, prevention of more serious conditions occurring, such as chronic back pain and disc issues, carpal tunnel, chronic headaches etc., prevent hump back in later years in life.
Full Body Massage with Focused Attention on Certain Areas
Time is divided depending on your needs at that point in time. For example, you work at a desk all day and have back or shoulder pain. We may focus 70% of the time to the upper body and the remaining time on the rest of the body.
Similar to those of a regular full body massage but with greater release of tension in specific areas. This can lead to pain relief and/or greater mobility to that area.
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