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Whatever Your Story, Let The Posture Project Help You Turn The Page

By Elisha Neubauer

Are you stressed, overwhelmed, and bogged down? Are you feeling disconnected from yourself and your inner wants and desires? Are you suffering pain from an injury or illness? No matter your story, The Posture Project wants to help you turn the page and regain control.

The Posture Project, located in Woodstock, Georgia, combines yoga and therapeutic massage to gently reconnect you with your body and inner self. Massage, yoga, sauna, crystal bed, and life coaching services are offered at the facility and are all designed to detoxify your body physically, emotionally, and energetically. These services also help to craft one's energy, constitution, inner strength, and presence.

"All of our services are about letting go of what isn't working anymore and learning about awesome tools that will always help you feel better along your life path," Shalan Hill and Ann Pauley, Co-owners of The Posture Project, said.

Hill completed massage school back in 2000. She started her massage career by working in a yoga studio. Shalan had been practicing yoga on her own since 1998 and eventually started teaching yoga in the comfort of her own home. Pauley, on the other hand, finished massage school in 1998 and started her massage career working with chiropractors.

"It was very clear to both of us the benefits that massage and yoga offered ourselves and our passion to share what works for us was lit, so we got inspired to open our business," Pauley said.

The pair created a studio which offers a safe place to, as they like to say, start where you are. No matter what condition your body is in, they are there to help your journey toward better health and well-being. The team offers support and encouragement for those in need. They provide hope for those who may be hurting, whether in their bodies, minds, or hearts.

"We offer a place to grow and learn and shed stress and fears," Pauley said.

Guests often refer to the studio as their happy place, saying it relaxes them the moment they walk in through the door. The studio has been designed to feel serene, yet colorful, and completely welcoming.

"New students are greeted and made to feel comfortable and welcomed by the regulars," Pauley said. "It's a very friendly and casual place to frequent and shed the stresses of the past and build your energy, strength, and heart."

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Elisha Neubauer is a freelance editor, ghostwriter, book reviewer, and author. She is...

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