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Health & Well-being - April 2006

The Dragon Who Laughs

76 South Main, Suite #13 • 435-260-8667
Judith Schroeder, LMT, ABMP, NCTMB

Judith SchroederTake a breath, relax, rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit. Laughing Dragon offers a number of healing modalities to soothe and embrocate your physical body. From Swedish Massage, Acutherapy, Sports Massage – from Polarity to Tibetan Qi Gong and Tai Chi…and if you so wish, some meditation techniques.

Judith works with people from all walks of life, from the young to the elders. She approaches her practice with a combination of seriousness, focus and humor.

Through manipulation of the soft tissue of our bodies, massage induces a therapeutic response. The stress of everyday life can be managed safely and effectively with massage. It helps normalize the delicate balance of our body’s functions, relieves pain and relaxes stiff muscles by increasing blood supply to affected areas.

With massage, muscles become relaxed so they can contract and move better. Massage can also break up scar tissue and adhesions, loosening stiff joints. Massage also reduces inflammation and calms muscle fatigue as well as the mind.

Almost all healthy people occasionally have some physical condition that can be improved or relieved by massage. A good massage will leave you feeling better no matter how well you feel.

Life is a precious gift. Massage can help you make the most of that gift.

Laughing Dragon offers massage in her Moab office above Red Rock Bakery, 76 South Main, Suite #13, or on location. Yes, she’s willing to come to you.

Judith teaches Tibetan Tai Chi and Qi Gong at the MARC on Wednesday nights from 5:30 to 7:00pm and is also available for private lessons. She’s been practicing the artless art of meditation for over 20 years and has been teaching Tibetan Tai Chi and Qi Gong for 8 years.

The Laughing Dragon invites you to come play, relax and re-ignite your passion for life. Call 435-260-8667 for your appointment today.


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