Therapeutic Sanctuary

Why this resource is helpful:

Quoted From: https://therapeuticsanctuary.org/

"Some forms of massage treatments and movement are familiar to all cultures. Our daily stress can create contractions or adhesions at vital joints and nerve pathways can get blocked which can lead to various dysfunctions. It is important to identify areas which hold restrictions, the natural flow of vitality and prompt the appropriate muscles to release from often painful fixated conditions.Literally hundreds of conditions can be benefited through therapeutic treatments. Pain code points, motion exercises, some of which are for arthritic conditions, chronic pain, whiplash, migraine, headaches, TMJ, neck and back pain, thoracic outlet, tennis/golfer's elbow, carpal tunnel, scoliosis, sciatica, piriformis syndrome, repetitive strain injuries, and most other pain related conditions may be benefitted through this service. Also Euro/Asian methods of heated herbs can be an additional possibility during treatments.Relaxing wellness or pain/welless-management treatments have a cumulative effect and can provide a peaceful space in which the body/mind connection is re-established perhaps inviting a sense of harmony and peace."

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