2 hrs/$90 perhr
- Full Name: Brian Pack
- Location: In the comfort of your home or vacation rental on a state-of-the-art massage table (heating optional)
- Phone: 250 538 7658
- Expires: 20 days, 9 hours
Here’s what a few Salt Springers had to say about their experiences in other years:
‘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
‘I am Barb Aust, a former principal in the Gulf Islands School District. Some of you may remember me as using a cane until two years ago when I went to a clinic in Arizona for therapy which was highly successful in removing the need for it.
My knees began to regress and, in my continuing attempt to avoid knee replacement, I sought other avenues of help. I found Brian Pack and after five sessions my knees are pain free. In the first hour I told Brian he was not just every bit as good as the therapists at the extremely expensive clinic in Arizona but better! He has techniques which are unique and quickly effective. Even an ankle that had never improved became pain free as well.
Brian has an amazing, intuitive sense as to how he can help your body function with greater ease. His hands are powerful, yet gentle, and he uses them to reach deeply into muscles that cry out for help. He has helped me immensely and I highly recommend him for any bodywork you may require. If you worry that ‘two hours is too expensive’ – reframe that thought to ‘two hours with Brian is priceless!’’
Orthopaedic massage is 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, profoundly relaxing.
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-eight years of broad-based clinical experience internationally in pain relief, joint release and spinal restructuring as well as delaying and avoiding surgeries.
*12 years accredited as Maui’s top massage practitioner. Many doctors’ first choice for their patients’ problems.
*Actively licensed in Hawaii as a medical massage practitioner (US and some private Canadian insurance reimbursable)
*Hawaii State registered in Lomi Lomi (traditional Hawaiian massage), specializing in its therapeutic forms
*ALL athletic performance improves measurably
*Seasonally serving SSI since 1992. Canadian-born, globally taught
There is a $10 per treatment laundry surcharge as the table linens go to SS Drycleaners.
ALL TREATMENTS ARE PROFOUNDLY RELAXING
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