Engage Balance Health - Simon Eng, LMT |
Location: Rocky Hill - office at Cold Springs Rd off Cromwell Ave. 1 mile from exit 23 off I-91. Chair & table therapeutic bodywork. Corporate & Private Events welcomed.
35 Cold Spring Rd, Rocky Hill, CT 06067, USA
Incalls: Available; Outcalls: Available within the provider's 20 mile range.
Style(s): Swedish/Classic Western, Deep Tissue, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Energy (chakra & polarity balancing), orthopedic assessment/pain management, chair massage.
Hours: Mondays: 9am -12pm; Tuesdays: 2pm - 6pm; Wednesdays: 9am - 12pm; Thursdays/Fridays: 9am - 5pm; Saturdays/Sundays: call for appointment.
Fees: Manual Lymphatic Drainage - 90-minute session - $125
Therapeutic Massage (table) 60-minute session - $75
Chair Massage - $1 per minute (can be specific to neck, shoulders, arms, hands,
upper/mid/lower back or any combination)
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Description: Attended Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy (Newington Campus) from January 2008 through August 2009 in the 780-hour Massage Therapy program. Course material are Massage Therapy Techniques (Swedish/Classic Western, Deep Tissue, Hydrotherapy, Orthopedic Assessment, Myofascial Release, Skin-rolling), Anatomy/Physiology (Bones, Muscles, Body Systems), Kinesiology, Pathology, Energetic Foundations, Acupressure. Additional training include Manual Lymphatic Drainage, sports massage, elderly safe touch, bodywork on the disabled/handicapped (including mental disabilities), chair massage.
My sessions are catered to the client's issues. For example, a one hour full-body table relaxation massage is done to front and back of body. It emcompasses slow, long, gliding strokes; a bit of kneading or deep friction if there are tight muscles; arms/hands; and head/neck work.
Chair massages are usually 15 minutes with focus on back of the head, neck, shoulders, entire back to the gluteal region, arms, and hands.
I've done specific brief pain relief/management work on musicians, construction workers, office workers - generally on people suffering from extensive, prolonged repetitive motion syndrome. Relief is usually instant and the client has learned self-awareness and stretching exercises.
I've been told that the effects of my table massage lasts three to four days and the chair massage lasts up to two days.
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