Vincent, an experienced licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist and personal trainer has been practicing for more than 25 years. He established Advanced Massage and Bodywork in 2008, and originally operated his practice in Lake Wylie at Lifestyle Physical Therapy. Eventually the business moved to its current flagship location inside Club Fitness in the Steele Creek area of Charlotte. He also currently serves as the Fitness Director at the River Hills Country Club.
Today, Vincent is pleased to announce the return of Advanced Massage and Bodywork to the Lake Wiley community. The company, which is unveiling its new office in the River Hills Marina Club, extends an invitation the public to a grand opening and open house. Scheduled for Saturday, October 27, 2012, the meet and greet will run from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Guests at the event will receive an introduction to massage therapy.
Vincent believes the location for the additional studio is an intuitive fit for the area as a whole. “I have been working with [River Hills] members, golf and tennis players, athletes and those interested in maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle. My hybrid practice includes varied therapeutic massage modalities, assisted stretching and active exercise tailored to each client’s needs.”
Advanced Massage and Bodywork clients are taught that massage is not only a tool for preventive maintenance, but it is also a highly effective alternative approach to pain relief. “I am eager to introduce this model of restorative therapy to those who may view massage only as a form of relaxation you receive at a day spa. It’s my goal to teach folks that it is an effective method of achieving better health and wellness, and not simply a luxury.”
Vincent’s skills were first showcased in the local Lake Wylie/South Charlotte community when he served as the team therapist and trainer for the Champions Tennis Tour at the Palisades Country Club. He provides massage therapy for a diverse clientele of professional and amateur athletes from a variety of sports including members of the Carolina Panthers NFL football team, and players on the PGA tour. “There may be a common misconception that therapeutic massage applies only to elite athletes,” remarked Vincent. “But that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Massage benefits everyone; athletes, non-athletes and even weekend warriors!”
Vincent emphasizes that the new studio, while located physically in the River Hills community, does not exclusively serve only homeowner’s association or country club members. “Everyone is welcome and I am eager to meet people from all over Lake Wylie and beyond,” smiled Vincent.
An introduction to massage therapy will be available on a first-come, first-served basis at the open house on October 27, 2012. Vincent encourages all local residents to stop by Advanced Massage & Bodywork to learn more about the benefits of incorporating massage into a well-balanced health and wellness regimen.
Advanced Massage & Bodywork, owned by Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist, Robert Vincent, opened in 2008 and is an integrated therapeutic practice offering restorative massage and core-functional exercise training. The organization designs individual programs using massage and bodywork that specifically reduces muscle and soft tissue discomfort and provides overall mind and body relaxation and wellness.
The company offers two locations; the Steele Creek area of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Lake Wylie, South Carolina. The Charlotte location is housed within Club Fitness at 11108 South Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina 28273. The newly opened Lake Wylie studio is in the River Hills Marina Club at 54 Marina Road, Ste. 101, Lake Wylie, South Carolina 29710. For more information and to schedule an appointment, visit the company’s website at www.advancedmassageandbodywork.com or call (704) 969-2472.