St. John Neuromuscular Therapy: for acute and chronic pain. Usually two treatments will provide a significant amount of pain relief.
A treatment plan for continued sessions to further and possibly complete
a total reduction of pain/discomfort & improve your posture and
biomechanics, (i.e. natural gait pattern.)
10 Session Ida P. Rolf Method of Structural Integration:
Improved diaphragmatic breathing, aligned posture and freer body.
Manual Therapy for healthier abdominal organs, (stomach, intestines, liver, gall bladder, kidneys, spleen, pancreas and bladder.)
Since 1978 Mitch Gries has been teaching body workers, massage therapists, health care professionals and even laypeople, one on one classes. His classes are 2-3 hours long where you learn hands on how to improve your level in treating everything mentioned in the “Treatments,” section of this web site including dance/athletic injury treatment.
You can study anything pertaining to manual soft tissue treatment ranging from cranial decompression, neck, back, abdomen (muscular & viscera,) shoulder, arms/hands to hips legs and feet. He teaches techniques that he learned & developed from St. John Neuromuscular Therapy, Ida P. Rolf Structural Integration, Therapeutic Stretching & Visceral Manipulation.
Mitch Gries can speak to your group about the benefits of St. John Neuromuscular pain relief, proper body maintenance proper biomechanics and improved posture.
On Set Massage Therapy:
Since 1977 Mitch Gries has enhanced the performances of world class dancers and actors for theater, feature film, television, music videos and commercials.