Structura Body Therapies, an innovative massage therapy concept, opens its doors to the public on Monday, July 1st and will host an official ceremony on July 16th at the new Chandler, Ariz. clinic situated at 1600 West Chandler Boulevard, Suite 250. Activities at the clinic throughout the morning, afternoon and evening include a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, free 10-minute massages, giveaways and more! Plus, for a limited time, the clinic is offering 60-minute therapy sessions for only $35.

Phoenix resident Tate Hardcastle, who has nearly 10 years of experience in massage therapy with a certificate to practice structural integration, is the clinic’s owner and will run day-to-day operations.

“I am absolutely thrilled to bring this type of therapy to the residents of Chandler and the surrounding area,” said Hardcastle. “The Structura method focuses on the fascia flow of the body and seeks to eliminate ailments rather than provide temporary relief. It’s safe to say this is not your typical massage.”

Hardcastle studied structural integration under Jason Prince, chief operating officer with Structura Body Therapies, and a pioneer in the practice. Seeing this unique approach to massage therapy as the next generation of pain management and an opportunity to earn a healthy living, Hardcastle decided to invest in the concept and open his very own clinic. He and his therapists have been trained in Structura’s therapy modalities through the company’s proprietary training program.

Texas-based Structura Body Therapies is the only franchise in the massage sector to take a structural and functional approach to massage therapy. The treatment, seeks to eliminate pain by going straight to the source of the problem. Focusing on the connective tissue and the fascia flow of the body, Structura therapists are able to eliminate ailments, instead of providing merely temporary relief by focusing only on the symptoms of the pain.

To contact the new clinic in Chandler, email tatehardcastle@hotmail.com, or call (480) 686-8647.

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