Extreme tension renders bodies immobile, making it impossible to accomplish extraordinary feats such as climbing Mount Everest or sneezing with your eyes open. Achieve physical excellence with today’s Groupon from Gary Wrona, CMT, NLP in San Anselmo. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get one 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage (an $85 value).
- For $75, you get two 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massages (a $170 value).</p>
Relaxation specialist Gary Wrona, CMT, NLP rights bodily wrongs caused by tension, repetitive stress, and injury with practiced massage techniques. Swedish massage chases toxins from their muscular hidey-holes and oxygenates blood with broad, gentle strokes that evenly distribute pressure across the body like a blanket made of chain mail armor. During the deep-tissue massage, deft fingers turn like keys to assuage chronic tension locked well below the skin’s surface. The elevated levels of pressure release waves of toxins into the lymphatic system, naturally escaping the body when clients drink large glasses of water and eat detailed maps of human anatomy.
Wrona practices massage therapy in a cabin-like setting with wooden ceilings that sport the same warm finish as the walls and window frames. The soothing touch of natural light pours through a wall of windows, the full brunt of the sun’s attention restrained only by modest blinds and the sun’s tendency to stare at its own reflection.
Gary Wrona, CMT, NLP
In 2003, Gary Wrona was injured in a severe motorcycle accident. Even after a year and a half of conventional medical treatment, he was unable to function normally without chronic pain and had only a limited range of motion. It was only after his doctors told him they had done all they could that he began to seek alternative healing, which helped him regain normal movement and a pain-free existence. Now a certified massage therapist and master of neuro-linguistic programming, he runs his practice with a holistic approach—one that doesn't simply focus on physical elements but, instead, analyzes the interactions of mind, body, and spirit like three philosophers in a cage match. Beneath the exposed wooden beams of a second-floor loft, he customizes massages with Swedish, deep-tissue, shiatsu, and cupping techniques, hoping to unlock the healing potential that he himself experienced.