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Our office is moving!
We are moving our office just down the street to beautiful downtown Colorado Springs. Our new office will be located at 104 South Cascade Suite 205 in the Sun Plaza building. Free parking is available to the south of the building. Take Sahwatch south off of Colorado Avenue and the parking lot will be between Sun Plaza building and Pikes Peak Event Center. We hope you will enjoy our new location and spend a few minutes in the beautiful atrium located in the center of the building.
Dr. Faith Christensen and Dr. Allison Nabours
News and Events
Sensory Learning Institute Partners with Springs Natural Medicine
Sensory Learning Institute founded by Mary Bolles is opening a satellite clinic at Springs Natural Medicine. The Sensory Learning Program combines three unique therapies: visual training, auditory training and vestibular (body awareness) to balance the brain’s response to light, vision, sound and movement. For the last 20 years, many children and adults have been helped with issues on the autistic spectrum, sensory integration, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, depression, anxiety and acquired brain injury.
Sessions are 30 minutes long twice a day for 12 days. During a session the participant lies on a moving table looking at various light patterns while listening to therapeutic music. Light therapy continues in your home for the remainder of the month. Call to discuss adding the Sensory Learning Program to your wellness plan and schedule a free experiential session.
For more information visit www.sensorylearning.com
Lori DiPasquale Joins Springs Natural Medicine
Hot Stone, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular and Aroma-lymphatic Massage
Lori DiPasquale has been a certified massage therapist for 7 years, after graduating from the 1,500 hour program at the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy (CIMT). Lori’s massages are focused on your individual needs, listening to your body and tuning in to the areas in need of attention. Lori uses many modalities for massage, such as deep tissue, neuromuscular release therapy, and hot stones. She has also studied Craniosacral Therapy and aroma-lymphatic massage with Dr. Faith Christensen. Experience for yourself the great benefits of massage therapy. Massage can relax the muscles, soothe the aches and pains, release energy blockages and rejuvenate the body and mind. Contact us today to make an appointment!
Check out Lori’s bio here: Colorado Springs Certified Massage therapist
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