Restoring balance in the body, mind, and soul Symmetry Therapeutic Massage aims to bring your body into balance. First we want to address your immediate needs, relaxation, relief from tension, discomfort, or pain, then work to decrease imbalances that play a part in this tension. All are welcome, athletes, weekend warriors, yogis, computer users, mothers to be, musicians, dancers, cashiers, waitresses, artists, firemen, bankers, coaches, we all deserve to relax and renew. Touch makes a difference! Serve, Educate and Empower!
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Therapeutic Massage, Stretching, Thai Massage, Myofascial Massage, Therapeutic Yoga
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Associated Bodywork and Massage Professional, Registered Yoga Teacher
- Brookfield, Chicago, Lyons, LaGrange, Oak Park, Berwyn, Forest Park
- American Express, Discover, MasterCard, VISA
|Person||Symetry Therapeutic Massage|
|Address||3504 Grand Boulevard|
|Phone Number||(708) 528-8738|
Symetry Therapeutic Massage
Ed is a licensed, nationally certified massage therapist; a graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy, certified in Myofascial Release (John Barnes), Medical Massage, Prenatal Massage and has advanced training in the Myofascial Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Core Synchronism, and the treatment of scoliosis. Ed is continually deepening his knowlegde of anatomy and bodywork, currently he is exploring the combining of Myofascial Structural work with eastern massage and movement practices, recently completing 200 hours of yoga teaching training. He continues to gain a deeper understanding of all aspects of yoga through his study with Rich Logan plus apprenticing with Gabriel Halpern, applying the alignment and therapeutics of Iyengar Yoga.
Products & Services
~ THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE - blends relaxation massage and specific massage techniques to integrate a session that focuses mainly on your area of complaint or tension.
~ MYOFASCIAL/DEEP TISSUE - are massage techniques that work to free muscles and the fascia (tissue surrounding the muscle) that may be tight due to injury, posture, or surgeries. These are slow, intentional techniques that require time, movement, and feedback from you. These massage techniques can be successful in increasing your range of motion (ROM) , decreasing discomfort and improving posture. This is specific bodywork that usually focuses on a specific area of the body and begins with a postural assessment.
- I would recommend this business
My first Therapeutic Massage...was just what the doctor ordered! I through out my lower back and was in a lot of pain. Advil and even pain medication wasn't helping. Finally I decided to try Symmetry, and it was amazing. I walked out feeling like a million bucks!
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