This is where your body needs to be.

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Your body needs quality care. You need care from someone who is an expert with years of experience. You need effective work that calms your nerves and rejuvenates your mind. You need work that eases your pain and makes you stronger. You need something better than you find in a chain.

Craniosacral, soft joint work, trigger point therapy and stretching combine to make a gentle but effective therapeutic approach. This is more effective with longer lasting results and you don’t feel like you’ve been put through the wringer.  Integrative Bodywork creates a clear head and strong body.

…From the hands of experience

Tony Preston has worked in massage and bodywork for more than 20 years. He spends time understanding your goals so that he gets what your body needs and what works best for you. He’s had a full-time practice in Atlanta since 1993. He enjoys writing, illustrating and teaching continuing education but his heart has always been in serving the people in his practice: adults in pain, wellness care, sports performance and sensory processing.

Tony is not just going to ask you about how much pressure you like or what areas you would like to focus on. This experience is so much more than that. Are you looking for the calm, clear experience of Integrative Craniosacral? Are you here to get relief from pain that bothers you on rising or when you are throwing the ball? When and where do your headaches occur? Are you looking to improve your yoga or cycling? Do you have sensory processing concerns? Are you interested in doing some self-care or mostly looking for Tony to work this out?

Let’s get started.

We’d really like you to experience the calm, restorative experience of Integrative Craniosacral. For a short time, we’re offering a half-price special on your introductory session of Integrative Craniosacral. Find out how much better your body can be. Click here to contact The Body Guild or just call us at 404 226-1363.

 

 

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