Local Massage Therapist Provides Medical & Sports Massage Therapy Awareness

Montgomery, AL November 23, 2021 — Local massage therapist, Dan Hendrix, LMT 404, EMT, will provide 15-minute therapeutic massage therapy consult at https://advancedclinicmassage.com/ as part of Massage Therapy Awareness Program, a local awareness program provided by Dan Hendrix, LMT 404, EMT.

From November 23, 2021 until the end of year, Dan Hendrix will be holding massage therapy consultations available as a follow up to AMTA’s 25th Annual National Massage Therapy Awareness Week(R) (NMTAW) which took place October 24-30, 2021. The goal of this year is to bring therapeutic pain relief & sports massage to those just wanting to know more.

Dan Hendrix, massage therapist, can assess individual personal needs or that of a loved one, discuss the benefits of therapeutic pain relief & sports massage and the importance of community involvement in self-care.

The benefits of therapeutic massage have been proven to be beneficial for all ages, from babies to seniors.

“Massage, regardless of age, can improve health, relieve stress, or help heal from injuries, said Dan Hendrix.”

“Massage is a way to connect with others and feel empowered and connected. This program will allow sharing those benefits with others in the community that don’t often get to experience massage.”

Find detailed information about obtaining a 15-minute consultation at https://advancedclinicmassage.com. Click on the telephone number at top of screen or just call 334-300-0389.

LMT #404, EMT, instructor, trainer, Dan Hendrix is enthusiastically celebrating his 45th consecutive year of practicing the arts & science of pain relief & sports massage as well as related exercise & other self-care.

“This year’s Massage Therapy Awareness Program has undoubtedly been another success, in spite of the COVID challenges while providing health benefits for participants in Montgomery, AL, as well as nationally.”

AMTA member for nearly 30 years, Dan Hendrix is enthusiastic when speaking of the national organization, which has more than 90,000 members, & is the largest & oldest massage profession organization in the USA. AMTA was founded in 1943 and has been working to promote the profession and provide members with the best benefits.

For more information or to make an appointment: call Dan Hendrix, LMT 404, EMT at 334-300-0389 or go on-line at https://advancedclinicmassage.com.

Dan Hendrix, Massage Therapist, LMT #404, EMT
Dan Hendrix, Massage Therapist, LMT #404, EMT
5485 Atlanta Hwy
c/o Root Salon
United States

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