Due to injury, I, Annie Moore, am not able to continue helping others at the same rate that I always have. I have been told if I keep up this pace, very soon I will never be able to massage again.
Won’t you help us continue this service? We need to grow so I am not the only one doing this any longer; and in order to do this we need a new location and employees. The new location will be state of the art to better serve our clients and reduce wear and tear on the therapists.
In the past I held positions as an educator and trainer and plan to teach others to do what my clients have come to rely on to keep them moving. My clients look to me for relief of chronic pain. I am not the typical massage therapist who does mostly relaxation massage. I practice Orthopedic Manual Therapy, consisting of mostly deep tissue, which takes a toll on the body.
Some conditions I have helped include releasing debilitating scar tissue, relieving recurrent migraine headaches, decreasing the pain of fibromyalgia, and much more.
Atrium Wellness offers 1/2 off to ALL first responders and 1/3 off to their immediate families—for life. They have our backs on a daily basis. As we have seen so much in the media these days, their jobs are death defying and extremely stressful. Many have been in multiple on-the-job accidents and experience chronic pain. Atrium is here for them; we’ve got their backs.
So many loved ones in nursing homes rarely get touched in a compassionate way. Atrium goes to them and gives them 30-60 minute massages to let them know they are cared for and give them a sense of oneness. This is at a low-cost rate of $1/minute.
We also offer cut-rate, sometimes Pro bono services to those who are not able to pay full-price, yet are not able to function without the relief we offer.