Hands That See : Sensory Revolution In Massage Therapy Practice

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What’s new in massage therapy in Montreal?

Getting a massage is a healing experience, and depending on your needs they range from relaxation to medical and rehabilitation. However, finding the right person for the job is not always so relaxing, but we are going to help you with that today!

Hands That See – the first of its kind in Montreal! A massage studio which is run and staffed by licensed massaged therapists who are visually impaired. At Hands That See, the client can chose from massage techniques which range from Swedish, Hot Stone, Sports to Reiki to achieve pain relief and foster health and general wellbeing.

Kim Holdbrook, a licensed massage therapist – we should also mention Reiki Master – and the owner of Hands that See, is visually impaired. She is convinced that with Hands that See she is filling a very important role in the therapeutic massage scene in Montreal. She believes that visually impaired therapists are specially suited to provide therapeutic massage therapy due to their heightened sense of touch. In addition, the studio presents an amazing opportunity for visually impaired massage therapists to practice their healing art.

So why not try something new and take wellbeing to a whole new level in 2015? Put yourself in good hands at Hands That See for relief from chronic pain, work-related and sports injuries, and stress – in a relaxing environment. Choose Hands That See for hands that heal.

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Get in contact with Hands That See

Location: 5555 Westminister, Suite 319, Côte St Luc, QC

To book an appointment: 514.903.4555

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