Experience the difference of Myomassology. In addition to conventional Swedish massage techniques, you will enjoy a host of other methods that promote a deep sense of well being, pain relief and chakra balancing. To maximize youthfulness, energy, and glowing health, alternative treatments release relaxing endorphins from centers in your brain. They provide circulatory stimulation, lactic acid drainage, immune stimulation and detoxification of contaminants found in our daily environments.
A treatment protocol will be designed for you based on your personal needs, from finger-tip soft relaxational massage to deep tissue therapeutic massage, concentrating on tired aching muscles and areas of stress. In a typical Myomassology treatment, various therapeutic methods may be utilized and treatment is always designed to meet individual client needs. This recognizes the uniqueness of each individual and is the "hallmark" of a Myomassologists' training.
BodyTherapies' philosophy is to empower women to take control of their own health through helpful de-stressing techniques. Life in the 21st century is stressful and works the physiology of your body into overdrive! Be taken away from the daily grind with stress-relieving natural therapies designed for your whole-body wellness. Only all natural, custom-blended compounds are used for your massage sessions.
Anne is a Registered Myomassology Practitioner , certified with the Canadian Examining Board of Health Practitioners, and the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. She has graduated (with honours) from Aromatica, Centre for Natural Therapies and Holistic Studies (Ontario, Canada). Anne is also certified in Fire & Raindrop Therapy (medical aromatherapy).
Anne's background in small business, marketing and administration has grounded her with a dream to open a school of wholistic studies in the region. She plans to hold her first classes in Myomassology in the Fall/Winter of 2011.
Anne, along with her two sons, have been residents of Grey County since 1998. She has been involved in the region through the arts and heritage as well as the health care community in both volunteer and professional capacities. Anne is committed to offering professional therapies to the women of Grey and Bruce counties, and endeavours to spread the good news about this innovative alternative health care practice.