Pain Relief Through Massage Therapy & Movement Education

Chronic Pain Isn’t A Lifestyle

MOVE is an innovative healthcare company focused on the integration of human movement. We are creating the future of medicine through devices, games and massage services that bring a feeling of peace to the mind and body. We help with needs ranging from chronic pain, sports performance, and mental health. Our sessions focus on YOU as a whole person and not a piece of you or a diagnosis. Come and tell us your story we are always here to listen and find creative ways to help you heal.

 

MOVE combines bodywork, massage therapy, and CORE movement therapy sessions.

Pain Relief Therapy

Massage Therapy

Swedish, deep tissue massage, and/or trigger point therapy. Each session is a full 60 or 90 minutes of hands-on work, with time for the massage therapist to answer any questions.

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Bodywork Therapy

MOVE bodywork sessions include a movement assessment, massage, and The CORE Movement System.

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What our clients Say

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Hand Pain During Pregnancy

A New Relief Technique for a Common Pregnancy Complaint by Joseph A. Kleman| June 1, 2017 Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Midwifery Today, Issue 122, Summer 2017. Subscribe to Midwifery Today Magazine Recently, I had a client who was 15 weeks pregnant ask me to help relieve pregnancy-induced pain she was experiencing in

CORE Movement Therapy
Cube Review

Professionally, I’ve spent more than six years working with children and adults with various neurological, mental, and developmental disorders in a variety of settings. While I was never a medical provider, I became a jack of all trades for assisting providers. I was a chaplain on an acute care psychiatric ward, a sensory-motor coach at

You should play more.

Why we need to place more importance on, play. In a world full of tasks, when do we find time to not do any, and relax. As we continue to glamorize being busy, seeing how many plates we can keep spinning while riding a unicycle balanced on a basketball. The idea of play is quite