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Happy Body – Easy Winter! Call Now for an Orthopaedic Massage. Best Results Guaranteed.

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  • Full Name: Brian Pack
  • Location: In the comfort of your own home on a heated, state-of-the-art massage table
  • Phone: 250 538 7658
  • Expires: 22 days, 4 hours

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  • Item listed by: on October 11, 2017

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    Only seven weeks remain until my season here is over. Spring into winter this fall with a relaxing loosening. Here’s what a few people have to report about their experiences:

    ‘I would like to take this opportunity to share the amazing healing experiences I have had with Brian’s bodywork sessions. I have had two severe whiplashes due to car accidents, skiing and other sports injuries and illnesses over the years which, regardless of the many and various treatments I received, left me with chronic pain and structural damage.

    After consulting with people I know who have benefited from Brian’s attention, I decided to seek his assistance. After my first session, I was amazed at how well my body responded – I felt physically balanced, stronger and surprisingly pain-free. Three weeks afterwards, my body still felt as it did on the day of my treatment. My daily energy level is incredible – like I remember it being in my early twenties, before all the various injuries and illnesses. My second treatment focused on fine-tuning and maintaining the integrity of the bodywork from my first session. I am still pain-free!

    I found Brian to be courteous and professional in his capacity as a very knowledgeable and highly-skilled bodyworker. He was very attentive to my physical and emotional responses during the sessions and took the time to answer all of my questions, offering valuable insight and instruction on optimizing my body’s natural healthy state. His sincerity and wonderful sense of humour were much appreciated.

    I highly recommend Brian to anyone wanting to optimize their body’s health and vitality, regardless of the injuries or illnesses you may be experiencing. To me and the friends and family members he has worked on, he is well respected and appreciated! Thank you, Brian. I looked forward to future sessions as needed to maintain my physical health and well-being!’ Morgaine Longpre, MSW

    ‘These days I am walking around with complete freedom of movement, no pain and reasonable flexibility. So what!? Isn’t that to be expected.? Not really! A few weeks ago, I could barely move, was bent over and couldn’t find a comfortable sleeping position. What made the difference? Two words. Brian Pack. Try him. He’s a magician.’ Dave Phillips of Dave’s Blasting

    ‘During two sojourns residing on the island, I received numerous treatments from Brian Pack. His skills are meticulously focussed, and he follows disturbances in body alignment through to their source, taking time and using a wide set of techniques. Being able to stay at home for the sessions, having time to rest and adjust to the changes afterwards, is not only an extra treat, it facilitates the healing and realignment process.

    Along with the deep work during the massage, Brian pays extra attention to support and comfort throughout, ending the session gently, allowing for integration and completion. With Brian’s sessions, I have been able to move beyond some physical issues that interfered with my range of movement and posture, which has been very liberating. I absolutely recommend him.’ Roberta Skye

    In developing my skills as a manual therapist, I started with six years of intensive studies in related disciplines throughout Asia before entering private practice. I now have twenty-six years of broad-based professional experience internationally in pain relief, joint release and spinal restructuring as well as delaying and avoiding surgeries.

    I enjoyed twelve years accredited as Maui’s top independent massage therapist. I was the first choice of many doctors for their patients’ problems. Other massage therapists on Maui would often refer their difficult cases to me for my detailed understanding of biomechanics and integrated repertoire of corrective techniques.

    Canadian born, I continue my research globally and work seasonally on Salt Spring. I’m actively licensed in Hawaii as a medical massage practitioner and am also State registered in two lineages of Lomi Lomi (traditional Hawaiian massage), specializing in its deepest therapeutic forms.

    All of this exposure has given me many different tools in my toolkit. Orthopaedic massage is serious repair work wrapped up to feel like the best, most enjoyable massage you could ever imagine having but couldn’t find. Incomparable with any other form of massage, it’s extremely effective in resolving acute and chronic conditions, totally safe and comes guaranteed for the best results.

    I’ve developed comprehensive pre- and post-surgical protocols for faster and fuller recoveries if an operation is still required.

    ALL athletic performance improves measurably.

    There is a $10 per treatment laundry surcharge as all table linens go to Salt Spring Drycleaners.

    All treatments are a minimum of two hours, cost $90 per hour, and are profoundly relaxing.

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