Facilitating the body’s miraculous ability to heal itself

 Shannon Cooke, LMT
The benefits of therapeutic massage have been recognized for thousands of years. With the assistance of modern science, we now know why massage has long been an integral part of any natural wellness regimen. Benefits include:
*Better balance and posture
*Improved circulatory health and immune function
*Increased flexibility and range of motion
*Reduction of muscular aches, pains and spasms
*Helps maintain healthy hormone levels
*Decreases stress, depression, anxiety, insomnia
and headaches
*Can help your body prepare for and recover from;
childbirth, surgery or strenuous athletic activity
Massage can be useful in managing a variety of conditions. Including but not limited to:
*Strains, sprains and tendonitis
*Joint pain, arthritis and joint replacements
*Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia
*Sciatica and Piriformis Syndrome
*Carpal Tunnel
*Plantar fasciitis
*TMJ dysfunction and teeth grinding
*Frozen shoulder
*Shin Splints
*Bulging or Herniated Discs
*Asthma, Allergies and Sinus issues
*Gastro-Intestinal disorders
*Immune disorders
*Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and whiplash
*Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis
*Circulatory disorders
*Lyme’s Disease
*Autism Spectrum disorders
Having a lifelong passion for both art and science, Shannon found her calling in the world of massage and bodywork. After graduating from the Finger Lakes School of Massage in 2008, Shannon quickly became known for her integrative approach and ability to produce lasting results. Well versed in both Eastern and Western healing techniques, she strives to create a unique, holistic experience for mind, body and spirit.
Her work has resonated with people of all ages and conditions, with clients ranging from 1 to 101 years old. Everyone’s body is different and Shannon prides herself on her ability to communicate with clients to create a treatment that is just right for them, always keeping them comfortable and catering to their specific needs.