Our mission is to offer hands-on healing that rebalances your muscles in such a way that also rebalances your life

What does rebalancing look like?

Rebalancing involves using our knowledge of the human body and how our muscles need to act to support our physical selves in harmony. It can come in the form of massage: deep tissue, medical or neuromuscular and/or corrective exercise.

With the use of these techniques

Muscle groups that are not firing when needed and those that are over-firing are balanced. Muscles that are contracting become relaxed. Weak muscles are strengthened.

What is deep tissue massage?

Unlike a traditional massage, deep tissue massage focuses on a specific area that is causing pain or was injured. Although the strokes are like those used in regular massage with deep tissue massage, the therapist literally focuses on a deeper layer of muscle and the connective tissue surrounding it.

What is medical massage?

Medical massage is the same as traditional massage in how it is performed. However, the therapist focuses only on the area that requires attention. This type of massage requires a written prescription from a doctor.

What is corrective exercise?

Corrective exercise is utilized when the therapist knows specific exercises will benefit your condition and at the appropriate time to get the best result.

What is TRX?

TRX stands for Total Body Resistance Exercise. It is a full-body strength workout that utilizes a person’s own body weight instead of relying on machines or dumbbells. It’s great for endurance athletes, powerlifters, fitness newbies, and those that need healing in their muscles. Comparable to a simple version of reformer pilates or antigravity yoga, TRX offers a total-body workout centered on your core and relying on your body weight. The workout was originally designed by a Navy Seal who needed to stay in shape within limited space using something one can easily take on their travels.

What does the word “neuromuscular” mean?

The term “neuro” refers to your nervous system and “muscular” relates to your muscular system. In our bodies, the nervous system controls the muscular system by sending impulses to the muscles that cause them to move. When we are healthy, in balance and without pain, the impulses transmit very slowly. When injury, stress or trauma occur the impulses are sent more quickly which disrupts the balance within our body and we are more vulnerable to pain and dysfunction.

What is neuromuscular therapy?

Neuromuscular therapy is the application of pressure to the muscles, tendons and connective tissue in an effort to rebalance the nervous system. Technically, this is a form of massage, but it does not require the client to remove any of their clothing.

Will neuromuscular therapy help me?

If you suffer from chronic pain neuromuscular therapy will help you. The reason for the pain doesn’t matter whether injury, accident, sciatica, carpal tunnel, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) or even migraine headaches. If you are in pain, we can help.
His passion is working one-on-one with his patients ensuring that they experience the highest quality of life possible. His caring demeanor is evident in every session.

Ephraim Colwell

Corrective Exercise Specialist

Ephraim Colwell, LMT, NMT, CES
Practices massage and neuromuscular therapy on clients stuck in a cycle of pain, athletes who wish to improve their performance or those who simply want to maintain a pain-free existence. His mission is to rebalance the muscles in your body so that they are healthy.

He is a distinguished graduate with honors of the MRC Day Spa and School and certified as a Corrective Exercise Specialist. He is also TRX trained. His pursuit of excellence in the field of muscle therapy does not stop there. Ephraim continuously seeks ongoing educational opportunities. He has been in practice since 2003 and opened his first office in 2006. Currently he operates two offices in Texas: Cypress and Inner Loop.

What Our Clients Are Saying

  • Ephraim’s neuromuscular work has been and is a necessary part of my physical well-being. For the past year we have worked to create more balance in my muscular health, and recently on rehabilitating injured hamstrings and related problems. Ephraim’s ability to unblock locked muscular patterns and slowly return flexibility to the tissue has helped me significantly. I teach Pilates movement for a living, and my overall physical condition must be such that I am a visible example of quality movement patterns for my clients. When I have a problem with injured or chronically tight muscles and can not correct the problem with working the muscle and stretching, I need help. I rely on Ephraim’s friendly and professional assistance to restore balance in my body and promote the range of motion I need in my work and in my life!
    Sarah M., M.Ed.
    Certified Pilates Teacher
  • I am a chronic headache sufferer, both migraine and tension, for greater than ten years. I had tried just about every headache preventative and treatment medication available with limited success. When I met Ephraim, I was averaging four to five headaches a week and was in the process of weaning off my medications. On my first visit, I told Ephraim not to worry as I had no expectation. Ephraim, on the other hand, was convinced he could help me. His confidence gave me hope and his personable manner put me at ease. Over a couple of sessions, I began to notice steady improvement; within a few months, my headaches decreased in frequency from four to five a week to only four to five a month – an incredible outcome which I never thought possible.
    Jennifer L.
  • My occupation requires that I spend a number of hours each day at a desk which aggravates a neck and shoulder condition. My experience with physical therapy did not relieve the discomfort I experienced. After a couple of sessions with Ephraim I noticed a marked improvement in the stiffness and range of motion. The weekly sessions have significantly improved my ability to work without the pain and stiffness I had previously experienced.
    Bryan N., CPA
  • When I first started going to Ephraim for Neuromuscular therapy, I was struggling with a painful left shoulder and very tense neck and upper back. My left shoulder was interfering with sleep at night, waking me up with pain and causing difficulty finding a position for it that did not ache. Physical therapy and cortisone injections had not helped the problem and two different Orthopedic Surgeons recommended surgery, both citing different issues. Over time, Ephraim has been able to improve my shoulder enough that it no longer interferes with my sleep and it does not ache as it used to. I firmly believe had it not been for Ephraim, I would have had surgery on my shoulder that was not necessary. I have recommended and will continue to recommend Ephraim to any of my friends that have painful necks, backs, or shoulders.
    Kimberly M.

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