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Relax. Restore. Rejuvenate.

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Fall is always a great time of year.
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10/25/15
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'Heal Your Body, Sooth Your Mind' is the second in a series written by Dave, a client of Natural Therapy Wellness Center. Dave has written for the New York Times, Huffington Post, and NBC Universal, and he is a contributor to Psychology Today.

Because I am not one, I am always amazed by people who are able to enjoy something without analyzing it to death. These are the people who go to the comedy club ready to laugh, while I sit in the back row with my notebook and pen, ready to transcribe my favorite material. The people who chat at their restaurant tables, enjoying their food, while I chat up the waiter, trying assess the macronutrient profile of my $60 entree. The people who doze off during a massage, while I exhaust my therapist with questions about connective tissue and localized inflammation.

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This article is the first in a series written by Dave, a client of Natural Therapy Wellness Center. Dave has written for the New York Times, Huffington Post, and NBC Universal, and he is a contributor to Psychology Today.


“So,” said the woman who would be my therapist that day, “why are you here?”
 
It was my first massage, and I had no idea how to answer this person. I’d gotten hung up on the same question a few minutes earlier while completing my patient-intake form: What is the reason for your visit today? Unable to pinpoint a reason, I’d written down, “To get a massage“, hoping that they wouldn’t actually take time to read through it.

“Besides, ‘to get a massage,’” the therapist added kindly, clearing up any doubt as to whether she actually took time to read the patient-intake forms.

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Thai Yoga Massage is a age-old technique that is being discovered by many people as an effective and comfortable way to get the necessary stretching that we all need. Sometimes called yoga massage, assisted yoga and assorted other names, Thai yoga massage uses passive-assisted stretching, where therapists assist recipients to move into their stretch. Thai yoga massage encourages recipients to reach their edge of flexibility, but doesn’t exceed the recipient’s comfort level.  The work is purposely slow as the therapist guides clients through the stretching movements, while being aware of their physical limits. The combination of movements, stretches and acupressure during a Thai yoga massage session provides a relaxing yet invigorating session of energy work and tissue rejuvenation.

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Here are a few tips to help make you massage even more enjoyable.

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Natural Therapy Wellness Center was thrilled to be chosen as One of the Best in the Northwest Herald's Readers' Choice awards for 2014 in the categories of "Massage Therapy" and "Alternative Medicine"
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We are currently selling our one-hour gift certificates for $55 when purchasing 2 or more. Normally $65 for an hour massage, this will be a $10 per massage savings. The gift certificates never expire and will be available until December 31st, 2013. You can purchase on-line at www.mchenrymassage.com  

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We are excited about our new website. It's at the same address but features a clean fresh look. Check it out at mchenrymassage.com and let us know what you think. Thanks for Kari Sharp of Get Sharp, Inc for the website design and creation. You can find Kari at http://www.getsharpinc.com/

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