Brook Seminars and Wild Rose Emu Ranch today announced an exclusive, strategic partnership to promote the benefits of Scar Tissue Release Therapy and Emu Oil.
Long Island, NY, July 01, 2009 –(PR.com)– Brook Seminars and Wild Rose Emu Ranch today announced an exclusive, strategic partnership. The goal of the partnership is to promote the benefits of Scar Tissue Release Therapy and Emu Oil.
“I am thrilled to be working closely with Clover Quinn, owner of Wild Rose Emu Ranch, and I think this partnership represents a great opportunity to mutually benefit our existing students and clients and to those suffering from scars and their effects,” said Marjorie Brook, president, Brook Seminars. “Science is proving Emu oil to be a modern miracle for the relief of pain and inflammation of injured tissue and joints. Studies and research are ongoing, documenting many of the claims for Emu Oil by medical specialists and industry professionals. “
“We are very excited to partner with bodywork educator Marjorie Brook and Brook Seminars. In addition to being a Vulvar Pain Foundation recommended product — we can now expand our reach to those suffering from scars,” says Clover Quinn, Owner, Wild Rose Emu Ranch.
Scar Tissue Release is a hands-on, non-invasive therapy that releases and realigns restrictive tissue from the starting point (visible scar) to the end point which could be anywhere deep within the body. Ms. Brook has used this therapy, incorporating Wild Rose Ranch Emu oil, with success for clients who range in age from children to seniors and who have experienced a broad scope of problems – nerve impingement, pain and numbness, limited range of motion and flexibility, postural misalignment, muscle atrophy, and tissue hypoxia — decreasing the potential for future injury.
About Brook Seminars & Marjorie Brook:
Marjorie Brook has been a nationally certified, New York State Licensed Massage Therapist since 1997. She is an advanced AIS practitioner/instructor who teaches across the United States, Canada and Europe. Ms. Brook offers continuing education courses in Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and Strengthening, Scar Tissue Release Therapy and Body Mechanics courses through her company www.brookseminars.com. Her private practice, www.akneadedbreak.com, clientele range in age from children to seniors, and from recreational to elite to professional athletes – all of whom desire to maximize their flexibility, strength, endurance, and performance. Brook Seminars is approved by the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers (BOC), an approved provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) and also meets current standards for continuing education for the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and Florida Board of Massage Therapy. To learn more visit www.brookseminars.com email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 409-1240.