Specialize in Segmental Structural Bodywork and Deep Tissue Massage a form of massage therapy that identifies muscular imbalances and postural distortions. Postural distortions are an often overlooked source of a person's pain. If left untreated, muscular imbalances can lead to joint inflammation and degenerative discs. Scoliosis, back pain, a stiff neck, rotator cuff injuries, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even TMJ disorder are often linked to the imbalances of the muscular system.
Edna is a graduate of the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy, Inc., and is currently a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She is Owner and Clinical Director of The Wright Center of Advanced Bodywork / Massage Therapy, LLC. Edna has over twenty five years experience and knowledge in various therapeutic techniques and continues her education in soft tissue and biomechanical dysfunctions. She is certified in several allied massage modalities, such as, Neuromuscular, Structural Bodywork, Myofacial release, Micro-Current Facial & Body Sculpting, Thai massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Facials, Accu-Point Therapy Ear Reflexology, Energy Work - Etheric healing (Reiki), S.A.T., Detox-treatment Lypossage, Skin Care and Gua Sha. In addition, for several years she served as an assistant instructor in both the Advanced bodywork / Neuromuscular aspects of the curriculum at Southeastern school.
Patty Lucas LMT is a 1998 graduate of The Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage Therapy. She began her career in massage therapy working at The Wright Center, Dr. Howard Chiropractic, and as a teaching assistant at The Southeastern School of Massage. As her experience grew she became the primary instructor for the Swedish Massage program and then as the Massage Program Director. After spending 12 years in the classroom and maintaining a private practice, Patty returned to The Wright Center where she specializes in deep tissue massage, structural bodywork, and relaxation massage therapy.
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