How Much Do You Love Yourself?

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Licensed massage therapist and bodywork practitioner, Celene Butler believes the answer to that question can change your life forever. Self-love is an essential building block of a happy, successful life. Much of what prevents us from loving ourselves is locked away inside our bodies—stress, fear, grief, anger. Celene works with clients as a facilitator of personal growth through bodywork, unlocking and releasing physical, mental, and emotional blockages and reconnecting the mind and body into an integrative whole—the “you” you were meant to be.

 

 

Just looking for a soothing, relaxing massage to get rid of that crick in your neck? You’ll receive that and more, if you wish, at Celene’s Touch, where one size does not fit all. Here you’ll find a holistic approach customized to your individual needs. Combining traditional Swedish and deep tissue massage with other modalities to further facilitate the release of stress, emotions, and toxins stored in your body, Celene’s goal is to help you learn to heal yourself through the miracle of human touch. Won’t you join her?

 

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Benefits of Frequent Bodywork

In response to massage, specific physiological and chemical changes cascade throughout the body, with profound effects. Research shows w the enormous benefits of touch—which range from treating chronic diseases, neurological disorders, and injuries, to alleviating the tensions of modern lifestyles.

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Positive Body Image

Being unhappy with our bodies has serious, and sometimes lifelong, ramifications. What regularly scheduled massage allows us to do is “get back” into our bodies and reconnect with ourselves.

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Invest in Your Health

Massage should play a role in reducing stress and strengthening the health of Americans. When people feel their best, they are more likely to be able to face the challenges difficult times present. With greater health and peace of mind, consumers can face difficulties with poise, clarity of purpose, and strengthened emotional reserves.

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When you take care of yourself, you’re a better person for others. When you feel good about yourself, you treat others better.
~ Solange Knowles

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