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Pursue Self-Care at The Restorative Center

The staff at The Restorative Center, in Reading, is available to help keep holiday stress levels down by offering acupuncture, reiki, reconnection healing, Shiatsu, yoga and hot yoga and ionic foot soaks. These treatments and modalities align the body, use energy to restore and revive the body and spirit, remove toxins and encourage stretching, relaxing and restoration. Gift certificates, available from all practitioners, help to spread relaxation and joy to family and friends during the holiday season.

“December is the time to really take stock of your stress level, and take care of yourself so you can maximize your time with family and friends, and have the best and most grateful holiday season possible,” enthuses Sue Siegrist, owner. “The holidays can create increased demands on your valuable time and resources. Take a moment to spend on yourself and your health––it will be worth the decrease in stress in your life.”

Location: 6 Hearthstone Ct., Ste. 304, Reading. To schedule an appointment, call 610-781-1430.

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