Starting in 2014, Sharon began serving as a Musculoskeletal & Biomechanics consultant for VerteCore Technologies and beginning in January 2016 she has assumed the role as the Director of Clinical Assessment. She is also an avid autism spectrum researcher and advocate and has had the opportunity to meet with Temple Grandin and other noteworthy speakers. She enjoys attending continuing education conferences and speaking to others about the benefits of massage and bodywork for autism and other neuromusculoskeletal pathologies.
Helping clients manage their chronic pain, avoid harmful drugs, prevent unnecessary surgeries, and improve her client's quality of life are Sharon's primary goals.
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More energizing and rigorous than classic forms of massage therapy. The therapist uses his/her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of stretches while applying pressure along your sen lines. This type of massage uses compression, joint mobilizations and acupressure. Provides a comprehensive full body massage that leaves you feeling stretched, relaxed & balanced. It's like doing yoga without the work!
This form of bodywork offers deep broad pressure performed by the therapist's feet. Great for low-back pain as movements along the paraspinals open up intervertebral disc space allowing the nucleus polpusus to return to normal position within the annulus, thus relieving irritation to spinal nerves. Think of gravity assisted effleurage that will recharge your chi! Can be added to any massage for enhanced therapeutic effects.