Low back and hip pain can hold you back from fully participating in the life you want. If you feel stuck in pain or feel that you’ve run out of options, my Wise Moves holistic movement therapy can help you jump back into your life.
I’m Allison Wilmes, and with simple, targeted movements, we can eliminate or significantly reduce your pain and keep you out of pain for good. Try the small, gentle movements in the video and then sign up for an initial Break Out of Back Pain session to work with me. You can feel great again!
Free Chair Movement Therapy
November 20, December 11, and January 15 2-3 pm
Algonquin Public Library, Eastgate Branch Library
Treat yourself to a day of aligned movement, relaxation, and poetry while enjoying the company of like-minded people in a beautiful setting. Mini-retreats are limited to 10 participants so you get lots of individualized attention. Sign up now for my last one on Friday, November 22.
I love helping people with low back and hip pain finally resolve their pain and bounce back into their life. It’s gratifying to know that my skills transform my clients’ relationship with their body and positively impact their life on many levels.
I give my very best work and focused attention along with all the support, accountability, tools, and fun you can imagine so you can succeed. This kind of transformation takes more than one or two sessions together, and so I only offer packages instead of individual sessions. This allows us to work together to not only get you out of pain but for you to learn how to stay out of pain.
We start with a free half-hour Break Out of Back Pain session. We’ll spend time clarifying what you want, what stands in the way of you getting that, and how we can work together to achieve your goal.
I offer several different packages based on your needs. We go over the details and pricing during our initial session.
I’m the right person to help you if your low back or hip pain is due to:
- herniated discs,
- degenerative disc disease,
- sacroiliac (SI) instability,
- chronic back pain or stiffness,
- or if you are looking to regain fluid walking movement after surgery or an injury.
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