by Kelly Freeman, WT massage & bodywork therapist "Hands make the world each day."
This month at Willow Tree, we are "extending our branches" and exploring new things. From a bodyworker's perspective, our arms and hands are our branches--reaching out to experience the world around us. But chronic pain and discomfort in our arms and hands can prevent us from exploring outside our normal daily habits. Becoming aware of the habits that cause repetitive strain o
by Kelly Freeman, Willow Tree WC Massage & Bodywork Therapist This February, deepen the connection with your partner through touch. Touch is the first sense we develop in the womb and as we age, it is the only sense that does not diminish. Hearing decreases, vision blurs and the smell and taste of things can become less discriminating, but touch never loses its potency. And we never lose our need to be touched, a basic need we are born with just like the need for food and wat
Join us for a relaxing afternoon of quality time with your loved one. By learning how to nurture one another through healing touch, you can deepen your relationship with one another and improve overall well-being in a compassionate way. In this hands-on, demonstrative, and interactive workshop, you’ll learn and practice massage techniques to care for one another’s tension and aches. Relax, rejuvenate, and have fun in a casual atmosphere while learning a sequence that you can