$60 for One Hour of Craniosacral Therapy at Natural Bodyworks Massage in Ridgefield ($125 Value)

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$60 for One Hour of Craniosacral Therapy ($125 Value)

A licensed massage therapist and specialist in craniosacral therapy, Lynda Williams gently relieves tension from the head, spinal cord, and sacral area to release long-held stress patterns in the body and assuages an array of problems, including migraines, chronic neck and back pain, insomnia, and TMJ.

Natural Bodyworks Massage

Though the historic post-and-beam building that houses her studio dates all the way back to the 1830s, licensed massage therapist Lynda Williams is used to dealing with healing traditions that are even older than that. She draws upon her training and experience in ancient Eastern and Western modalities—including acupressure, craniosacral, and positional release therapy—to release stress, address chronic pain, and relieve the symptoms of an array of medical conditions. Each therapeutic session is tailored to clients' individual needs, addressing both physical symptoms and their underlying physical or emotional causes.

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    Move 2 Wellness Center

    635 Danbury Rd.

    Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877


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Licensed therapist uses craniosacral therapy to gently release deep tension, ease pain & improve whole-body health & performance

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 29th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. New clients only. Subject to availability. Service is non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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