Equilibrium3 Massage is about bringing balance and wholeness through bodywork or what we call healing touch. “Equilibrium” is about balance, and “3” refers to divine completeness, the essence of balance brought about through physical, emotional and spiritual health.
All of us know how elusive balance is to achieve and the need for intentionality. Our physical health includes the balance and integration of the head and the heart, the body, mind and spirit, the physical and emotional, the conscious and the unconscious. To achieve this we must intentionally work toward it and I believe regular bodywork makes a great contribution towards that end.
If you are a newcomer to massage, head to the Massage page to better understand the concept of bodywork and find out why reports indicate that massage is a valuable supportive therapy. Included is a brief description of various modalities and techniques that will have you sounding like a regular in no time! And if you are a mom-to-be, review the Pregnancy Massage information. There are also some downloadable resources that offer a much deeper look into massage practices and benefits.
Our office is a cooperative of friends supporting one another in what we do best. Although we each run our businesses independently we are very interdependent in our approach. YOUR best is what we have in mind, so often we share clients and refer them to each other’s strengths. Look at the individual therapist pages to see what each one offers: Beth Reed, and Robby Cload.
Gift certificates are available through the office, by mail or pick up, and also online.
So whether you are looking for pain relief, preventative health care, or simply relaxation and a little pampering, we look forward to the opportunity to serve you.
God’s peace to you!
Equilibrium3 Therapeutic Massage located in Hyde Park, Cincinnati: for physical, mental and emotional health.
“Seeking relief for a medical condition, searching for a method to help deal with the stresses of daily life or wanting to maintain good health, more and more Americans are turning to therapeutic massage.” – © 2001 American Massage Therapy Association