Bodywork + Rest In Community
When: Saturday, March 11, 10:00AM-2:30PM
Where: Living Arts Collective, 410 West Geer Street, Durham NC 27701
Poe Wellness Solutions is delighted to join Durham Bodywork for the second season. Meg will be leading Integrative Rest during this weekend’s clinic. Hope to see you there.
The first part of your session involves clothed bodywork, which is catered to your unique needs. After this, you are guided into Integrative Rest, which is where you rest in an intentional and supportive position to deepen the impact of the bodywork. We want to give your body the space it needs to absorb what you felt during the hands on work. Plus, your session happens in the same room as others. This is important to us because we believe there is magic in healing together.
Read more about the nuts and bolts of a clinic session here.
Our sliding scale starts at $45, and a portion of your payment goes directly into our community fund to support others. Please contact us if you have any inquiries about your payment or donating to the fund.
Learn More/Sign Up: Click here to learn more, see ALL Spring 2017 clinic dates, and sign up.
Event Follow-up: An amazing day! If you are looking for a unique and relaxing experience, I highly recommend it. Community Bodywork and Rest is kind of magical. Dare you to try it just once. I bet most of you will come back again and again. Hope to see you soon!
2 thoughts on “Durham Bodywork + Poe Wellness Solutions”
Meg, This sounds like a great experience. Are you one of the massage therapists?
It is fabulous. Definitely check out their website. They provide a great explanation of their process. The 60 minute session includes the massage with a licensed massage therapist and then Integrative Rest which is similar to savasana at the end of a yoga class. It is a kinder transition than ending your massage, jumping in the car and heading to your next event like a typical massage. I attended as a client first and then joined their team. Wonderful group of people. Let me know if you have any questions.
Oh and no, I am not a massage therapist. I lead the integrative rest portion.
In Health + Happiness,