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Massages raise funds for Fall City food pantry

Pamela Silvermoon Johnson, known as Silvermoon, is offering massage and bodywork therapy sessions Friday evenings, March 4 and 18, to benefit the Fall City Community Food Pantry.
These events can assist people with stubborn and persistent problems with neck, back, or shoulder dysfunction. Massage therapy modalities include Neuralmuscular protocol,  Structural Muscle Rebalancing, Cranial Balancing, specific  Xff and Acupressure Protocol. Movement education, stretching and strengthening and somatic unwinding may be used to help the fascia, muscles and joints move correctly.
The intention of these sessions is to help decrease pain and tension of unresolved muscle problems in order to enhance the normal, healthy mode of well-being and joyfulness of the body, mind and soul.
Sessions are available for 15, 20, 30 and 60 minutes. The donation will be a $1 per minute. For each sessio, Silvermoon will donate $50 to the community food pantry.
Silvermoon has been working in the Valley for eight years, in the Old Town Snoqualmie Riverstreet Building, Office 2A. Call (4250 222-4118.

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