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You wake up one more morning and your head won’t move to the right. Another morning you notice that your hand keeps going numb. The work day ends and you can’t seem to stand up straight.


Call, text or email Maire Scott-Jones.


Don’t expect a light rub in the dark while scented candles burn – Maire is there to make sure your body can function. Repetitive movement issues with your job? She’ll help with that. Athletes swear by her and other bodyworkers seek her out to learn. Google “visceral massage” if you’re curious about some other unique work she offers.


A student of the renowned Barral Institute, Scott-Jones takes bodywork seriously. She takes a holistic approach with her practice and will be the first to suggest if someone else can offer you something she can’t. When you contact her, let her know you heard about her on thinkingboise.com.


mairescottjones@gmail.com

1-208-367-1938

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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