Category Archives: Website

Email is working now.

I have had some technological and logistical issues over the last few months, and had not been receiving emails sent to my address.  With all the various email addresses one has these days, I did not realize this email was not being delivered to me.  My text and phone and other email addresses had been working fine, so I didn’t notice I was missing this one.  I apologize if I have not responded to you in a timely manner.  I have the email issues fixed now and it should be working correctly going forward.

– Michael

Myofascial Stretching

Myofascial Stretching Myofascial Stretching is a unique self-treatment technique that follows the principles of Myofascial Release (MFR) as developed by John F. Barnes, PT. After a session or two with a therapist, you can get a sensation of how Myofascial Release feels, and once you know that sensation, this book is an excellent source on self-treating at home. This book makes excellent use of a treatment ball, which I will provide on your second or third session. I also have a copy of the book for review. This book contains a wealth of knowledge and demonstrated techniques that show how to get the most out of your self-treatment regime. You can order your own copy online at the link below.

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New Office Location

There is now a convenient office location in Webster Groves, just minutes from Highway 40  and I-44.  Just one block north of the ScholarShop. The new address is:

7902 Big Bend Blvd
Webster Groves, MO 63119

Website Up

Welcome to the website for Serenity in the City and its inaugural post!

It has been a long time coming.  I started the process of leaving a massage chain franchise and starting out on my own early last year.  I realized then, that the effective techniques used with myofascial release do not easily fit in a discount massage chain franchise mentality.

I started getting things ready to go on my own over last summer.  In December, I launched Serenity in the City, in January I set up email, and now the website.

I envision this website as a place to not only give basic information about the services of Serenity in the City, but also a resource for more information about myofascial release and related information.