Massaged therapist Cameron fine-tuned his golden touch at massage schools in both California and Massachusetts. Now drawing on more than six years of experience, he relieves chronic tension out of his own studio, White Birch Massage. Here, clients can request flowing Swedish strokes to promote relaxation, or access lower-layer tension with firm trigger-point and deep-tissue techniques. When not untying muscular knots, Cameron enjoys disk golf, yoga, and running barefoot across the backs of tense giants.
At The Clayroom, an evening spent decorating bisque pottery pieces can spark conversation and unleash each guest's inner artist. Visitors hunker down next one of the studio’s two working fireplaces and work on their selected pottery pieces. After choosing anything from coffee mugs or butter dishes to cereal bathtubs, painters brush on various paints to create their own inimitable pieces of art. The studio kicks open its doors for birthday parties and baby showers, and hosts weekly events as Pizza Night and Wine and Cheese Night.
Eric St. Laurent holds a master's degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture, where he specialized in several Japanese styles, including non-insertive techniques. Though he is adept at treating a variety of ailments, he specializes in helping patients manage their anxiety without the use of medication.
Milton Chiropractic seeks to heal beaten-down bodies with comprehensive evaluations and soothing massage therapy. Musculoskeletal treatment commences with a consultation held by one of Milton's accomplished staff members. The one-on-one session sheds light on recurring wellness blights and possible patient worries. Following the rendezvous, a practitioner performs a chiropractic exam, which includes a slew of standard checks on functions such as reflexes, range of movement, and jellybean jar guesstimation muscles. Depending on information gathered in the meeting and exam, a vertebral master may x-ray the body to further scrutinize alignment and skeletal fortitude.
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Originally started in 1998 as The AIDS Care Project, a nonprofit organization that still provides free acupuncture to patients with HIV/AIDS, Pathway to Wellness expanded in 2000 to a full service clinic offering treatments besides acupuncture. Though the treatments at Pathways to Wellness cost money, they’re available to everyone and not limited to acupuncture. The center’s experienced staff, which includes 12 licensed acupuncturists, a bodywork practitioner, and a mother that kisses boo-boos, shepherds visitors toward good health with traditional acupuncture, Chinese herb therapy, and Shiatsu bodywork. Nurturing the mind as well as the body, Pathways’ third-floor office houses educational resources and materials that cover an array of topics, such as holistic therapies, public health, and HIV/AIDS. The staff also regularly conducts research, including a clinical trial on acupuncture’s effects on women who have HIV/AIDS.