Pain Relief Through Massage Therapy & Movement Education
Chronic Pain Isn’t A Lifestyle
How long can we preserve the essence of childhood. The pure emotion, expression, creativity and wonder. The desire to stay curious question everything and learn. We are praised for talking and walking and then told the rest of our lives to sit down and shut up. Always told we are wrong, or there is a better way to do something with no respect to the idea that you shared. We just want to play, we want to be heard, we want to MOVE.
MOVE combines the bodywork of NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (NMR), massage therapy and CORE movement therapy sessions.
Pain Relief Therapy
What our clients Say
As a bodyworker, Joseph Kleman is as accomplished as he is kind and encouraging. He listens carefully and then does a thorough evaluation of the body. He teaches as he works, so that one leaves, not only feeling better, but with an understanding of the problem and a few targeted exercises for home practice. He has worked with me on lifelong patterns of collapsed posture and back pain. Over a six-month period, my posture is significantly more upright, the extensors in my upper back are working, and I continue to make progress every week in pain reduction and expanded capacity to move with ease.- Heather
My husband and I have both been seeing Shay for massage for over 2 years. She is hands down one of the best massage therapists I have had work on me. Shay’s knowledge of the human body as well as her detailed and advanced massage techniques are what make her amazing. All too often I have had massage therapists that were inexperienced or were not in tune with what my body’s needs were to properly deliver the results I was looking for. Shay may be small but she is mighty! My husband is 6’2” and 200 lbs and Shay has no problem making his back pain disappear! I love that after each massage Shay gives us customized exercises and stretches to do on an ongoing basis to help alleviate more muscle issues from too much sitting, standing, or over-use. I recommend Shay to all of my friends and they too have been thrilled with her massages.- Marnie S.
I have been seeing Joe as a client for many years now. I find that he is more than just a massage therapist. A body work specialist is a more appropriate title. He is able to think and test his way through any number of ailments and, in the end, help improve pain. I have seen him over the years for neck pain, knee pain, gluteal pain, back pain, and have never been disappointed. He can usually figure out the problem within a few visits and get me back to doing the activities I love to do quickly.- Steve S.