Affordable Pain Relief at Soma




 

 

 

 

The Soma Institute Massage Clinic provides a natural and affordable pain relief solution for back pain, headaches, shoulder pain, aching joints, sore knees or other chronic conditions. The Soma Massage Teaching Clinic also provides student therapists a unique opportunity to work with members of the public in a faculty-supervised clinical setting.

        Student therapists have already exceeded the number of hours of education required to obtain state licensure, passed a rigorous clinical proficiency examination; and are fulfilling internship requirements and preparing for the workplace.

 

Cost is $35. Location: The Soma Institute, 55 E. Jackson Blvd., Ste. 300, Chicago. For clinic appointments, call 312-878-4224. For more information, visit Soma.edu/clinic. See ad on page 13.

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