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ATMSPC Therapeutic Massage, Bodywork & Energy Work

ATMSPC provides several therapeutic massage, bodywork and energetic balancing techniques.  Each technique shares improvements in pain, function and performance.  Paul also shares exercises, stretches and other recommendations to complement therapy.  Each session is intended to be integrated quickly and effortlessly for all the activities we love to do.


Paul St. John Neuromuscular Therapy

Paul is certified as a Paul St. John neuromuscular therapist.  Neuromuscular therapy is deep tissue massage.  Discomfort is often experienced within your tolerance.  This technique provides relief from pain and discomfort.  It also produces relaxation and more energy.

Paul’s Energy Work

Our aura and meridians can be balanced to create comfort, ENERGY, strength, mental focus and peace.  Stress causes our energy to fluctuate and lack harmony. Excessive energy in one area of the body can create fatigue, discomfort and an inability to concentrate.  Energetic balance is living peace and comfort.

Paul’s approach to balancing our energy teaches techniques that allow us to maintain energetic balance in THE MOST STRESSFUL SITUATIONS.  These techniques are easy to learn and take seconds to perform.  Energetic balance is the CORNERSTONE of optimal health.

Nature Balancing Massage

Nature supports us.  Paul uses crystals, rocks, pine cones, sea shells, artwork and essential oils to balance clients’ meridians and aura.  Energy is moved from places of excess to places of depletion.  Energy also leaves the body as heat.  This session moves energy without any discomfort.  A person can experience deep peace, lightness, strength and support.  This technique provides relief from pain, improves concentration, decreases anxiety and deeply relaxes the body.  Each session is unique and can allow you to experience nature’s support without going outside.

Holistic Fascial Integration

Paul has developed a methodology that shapes our fascia that eliminates chronic and acute pain, improve strength and energy while allowing our bodies to feel relaxed.  He developed this technique after years of helping athletes improve their performance.  Paul discovered that the fascia can be shaped quickly and permanently when having athletes exercise immediately after shaping just one aspect.

Paul teaches this technique to other practitioners.  Massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors and physicians can easily incorporate shaping of the fascia into their practice.  Range of motion, function, strength and stability can be dramatically improved in minutes.  The three level course provides each practitioner with numerous practical applications specific to their professional setting.

Vibrational Massage

Vibrational Massage is based on how the body responds to shaking, jostling, vibrating and rocking.  If you enjoy being in a hammock or a recliner you will LOVE this type of massage. Vibrational Massage encourages relaxation in a natural, instinctive way.  Much like a baby in the womb being influenced by her mother’s movements, this technique allows you to feel fluid, floating and OUT OF YOUR BODY.  This technique can be incorporated into any bodywork session.  It is very influential in as little as 5-minutes.

Sport Specific Fascial Integration

Sport Specific Fascial Integration provides immediate, permanent improvements to discomfort, pain and weakness affecting an athlete’s ability to perform optimally.  This technique was developed by Paul to help athletes return to there sport from injuries as fast as possible.  Movement is critical to support this technique.  Sport Specific Fascial Integration is provided with the athlete resting on the massage table and standing.  A typical session is moving from the table to performing a sport-related skill.  The nature of the skill performed is related to the injury and discomfort.  The shaping of the fascia provided in standing is necessary to help the athlete integrate the fascial changes quickly.  Movement allows the fascial shaping to be used instantaneously.  Spending time on the table is necessary to help shape the fascia in certain areas of the body.  Once those areas are addressed, standing and moving helps to integrate the changes.  Sessions are 60-minutes.