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Restore Body and Mind To State of Health

Davison Massage Therapist Offers New Therapies To Clients

Natural Awakenings News: Restore Body and Mind To State of Health
Krista Shelton

Krista Shelton, licensed massage therapist with Davison's Women At The Well Massage, has recently completed two years of Craniosacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release training through the Upledger Institute.

SomatoEmotional Release is a natural and gentle therapeutic process designed to uncover the cause of and then rid the mind and body of residual effects of past negative experiences and injuries. The therapist helps the client release the injury or negative experience and restore the body and mind to a state of health. This release is an expanded form of Craniosacral Therapy and can treat muscle pain, tension-related disorders and migraines.

“I am very grateful to be a vessel for the divine healing that takes place during SomatoEmotional Release,” Shelton says. “Clients frequently tell me at the end of their sessions that they feel more balanced, lighter and that a weight has been lifted. It’s really quite amazing.”

Woman At The Well Massage LLC is located inside the Relaxation Station LLC, 208 N. Main St., Davison. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Krista Shelton at 810-399-8190.

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