New Practitioners at Infinity Healing Center
In the effort to grow a comprehensive holistic healing community, Infinity Healing Center welcomes independent practitioners Ann Miller, a reiki master and intuitive medium, and Tony Grimm, a licensed massage therapist and expert level practitioner of the John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release Approach (JFB MFR Approach).
Miller, owner of Angelik Hands, LLC, has been practicing reiki since 2015 and is certified in the Usui Shiki Ryoho method. She offers one-on-one intuitive reiki energy healing sessions, including intuitive guidance and support, to empower and enable her clients on their journey to optimum healing and wellbeing. Miller utilizes therapeutic-grade essential oils as well as crystal therapy in her practice.
Grimm, of White Wolf MFR, has been a massage therapist since 2007 and has been practicing the JFB MFR Approach since 2012. JFB MFR is a safe and gentle hands-on form of bodywork that uses a steady and sustained gentle pressure which can reduce pain by releasing restrictions in the fascia (connective tissue). JFB MFR is helpful for conditions such as neck and back pain, bulging discs, tennis elbow, migraines, sciatica and soft tissue injuries.
Both practitioners are currently offering specials: Miller’s special for new clients is one 90-minute intuitive reiki energy healing session at half price (a $120 value); limit one offer per customer. Grimm is offering a special for new and existing clients: a free half-hour upgrade ($50 value) on the first one-hour JFB MFR treatment; limit one a month per customer through June 2017.
Location: 3305 N. 124th St., Ste. A, Brookfield. For more information about Angelik Hands, call 414-429-5117 or visit Reiki-AngelikHands.com. To contact White Wolf MFR, call 414-543-0855 or visit WhiteWolfMFR.com.
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