Virtual Workshops

Medical Massage Therapist Virtual Intro

August 31st 2021

2:00pm

Presenter: Ashley Popejoy

Rue and Primavera would like to introduce our newest addition to the team, Ashley Popejoy. Ashley is a licensed massage therapist who specializes in medical massage therapies to include post surgical massage, manual lymph drainage, complete decongestive therapy for lymphedema, oncology massage and breast cancer rehabilitation techniques.

Appointments open in September 2021!

Ashley grew up in the greater Seattle area and graduated from the University of Washington in 2009 with a degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health. After completing her massage training, Ashley sought specialized training for passion for medical massage techniques and developed a unique skill set in mayotherpy.

 

Ashley has a holistic approach to wellness and healthcare and enjoys being one piece of larger multidisciplinary team. We invite you to join us for a virtual introduction and question/answer session with Ashley on August 31st, 2021 at 2pm.

 

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Virtual Shoulder Pain Workshop

May 11th 2021

1:30pm

Presenter: Wendolyn Rue PT, CLT

Do you have shoulder pain?

The Shoulder Pain/Rotator Cuff Virtual Workshop is for people suffering with shoulder pain who are looking to feel normal again and heal naturally without medications, injections and surgery.

We want you to get back to what you enjoy doing!

Come to our free no obligation workshop!

Register Below!

Virtual Knee Pain Workshop

April 20th 2021

1:30pm

Presenter: Dr. Nate Demos PT, DPT

Do you have knee pain?

This Virtual Knee Pain Workshop is for people suffering with knee pain who are looking to feel normal again and heal naturally without medications, injections and surgery.

We want you to get back to what you enjoy doing!

Come to our free no obligation workshop!

Register Below!

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