I graduated from Spa Tech Institute, with a Therapeutic Massage Certificate, July 21,2010. What a wonderful, positive experience it was.
I plan on taking the exam to receive my National License. At this time I am awaiting my arrival of the Mass License. I have my insurance all set, a business certificate, and facility in which I will conduct my fledgling business.
Erika Spearin is a licensed massage therapist, specializing in deep tissue massage. She is also in the process of earning advanced orthopedic certification. Most of her clients work with her for relief of pain and discomfort and for aid in injury rehabilitation. She also offers massage geared toward stress reduction and relaxation.
I am a graduate of Polarity Realization Institute. I have been in praivate practice for 11 years. I specialize in therapeuitic work. Most of my clients come to me because of musculoskeletal pain. Headache, sinus pain and scar tissue are also areas of specialty. I work dilligently for my clients to resolve their pain issues, including working coorperatively with other orthopedic professionals. I see clients on M,Tu,Th, and F 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM. I am currently looking for an MT to sublet my space on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
I am a therapeutically oriented massage therapist in private practice in my 11th year of practice. I work in a focused way to assess and alleviate musculoskelatal pain. Headache and scar tissue are particular areas of specialty for me. I work M,Tu,Th and Fr. 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM. I love to work with other MT's and especially students and happy to share what I have learned with someone entering the field. My contact number is 978-525-2878 or email at email@example.com
Wrapping up a wonderful first day in the new office! Sublime Bodyworks is officially open for business at Cherry Street Chiropractic in Danvers, MA. Many clients are already enjoying instant pain relief after one session, and extended relief after a period of regular visits during my student status.
Many clients find their back pain (lower, mid, upper) will melt away on the table, and stay away longer each time they come back, especially when caused by posture at work behind a desk or on your feet.