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“I love helping with neuromuscular re-coordination so that pain patterns can be reset to pleasure patterns. This sometimes requires patience and participation, but the learned skills to enjoy pleasure and balance where once was pain and dysfunction are lasting gifts.
One of my favorite conditions to work with is muscle imbalance around the hips. This can look like chronically tight hamstrings and/or psoas muscles, sometimes resulting in lower back pain, sciatica or pain in the hips and thighs, even affecting the knees because of weak or imbalanced quadriceps muscles. Resistance & Release work is a very efficient way to correct imbalance, rapidly restore strength and address pain patterns, leading to increased balance, strength and ease of movement.”
“I came to see Honor because I had a total shoulder replacement two and 1/2 years ago. I had done and continue to work on strength, range of motion which has come back almost 100 percent. Because I am a professional pianist and had the invasive surgery, I deal with sub scapula pain, and weakness. I didn’t really even know what it was till Honor explained it. My first session was very thorough. Asking my history, where I had problems and why, and Honor got right to work. Sometimes my expectations are too high, and I thought maybe what I wanted accomplished just can’t be. But rather than a typical massage, she did some things that were totally different. Strengthening the weak muscles by slow pressure or resistance in certain areas - concentrating on what I was really focused on in each movement. After the first session, I could already correct my posture in ways that aim to strengthen the muscles that are weak. I stood taller, more grounded with my shoulders back. I was curious if I continued each week what would be accomplished could be amazing. She gave me a lot to think about. After the summer of going once a week I can see an unbelievable difference. A total shoulder replacement and spending hours, sometimes 8 at a time really had taken a toll. My expectations were totally met! I learned a lot about what I needed to correct, how my body worked in terms of posture, and there are different types of massage. This worked for me and I was truly thrilled! I am up here in the summer and on and off in the winter. I will go to Honor as much as possible when I can and try to continue all of the tips she gave me when I’m not here. I would also say definitely try her! She is probably one if not the most knowledgeable massage therapists I know. Very gentle, extremely caring and committed to her clients. She’s the best !”
Cancellation policy & fee: We value your business and ask that you respect our scheduling policies. Should you need to cancel or reschedule, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance. Any cancellations with less than 23 hours of notice are subject to a $40 cancellation fee.
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