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Orthopaedic Massage – Relax and Heal!

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Relax and Heal!Brian Pack BW

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  • 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: 15 days, 22 hours

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  • Item listed by: on September 3, 2018

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    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 his skills as a manual therapist, Brian started with six years of intensive studies in related disciplines throughout Asia before entering private practice. He now has 27 years of broad-based clinical experience in pain relief, joint release and spinal restructuring.

    *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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