Carlisle Bowenwork is Growing




Tony Patti

Tony Patti, the newest practitioner at Carlisle Bowenwork Center for Wholistic Health and Wellness, is making an introductory offer of a third session of medical qigong, accumassage or shiatsu free when buying two at the regular price through July 31.

Patti is originally from the Reading area, where he attended the East West School of Massage Therapy in Wyomissing, graduating in 2010 from their Massage Therapy program after completing their Zen Shiatsu program in 2007.

He continues to educate himself in different massage techniques and is experienced in acupressure/trigger point, reflexology, meridian work, Bowenwork and reiki. He is currently attending classes for medical qigong and Touch for Health.

Location: 200 S. Spring Garden St. Carlisle. For appointments with Patti, call 717-386-8279. For more information, visit CarlisleBowenworkPA.com.

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