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Oak City 
Bodyworks
Specialized treatments from an experienced massage and bodywork therapist. Located conveniently in downtown Raleigh.


 Bodywork therapist Sherry Wilner began her career in Kansas City. After attending massage therapy school there, she grew a business focusing on deep tissue and sports massage, and could have spent her entire professional life doing just that.

But after a fortuitous move to Hawaii, Sherry’s professional life changed – for the better. After years working with therapists local to the islands, Sherry became an expert in the ancient Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, a healing practice of native Hawaiian healers, as well as rejuvenating hot stone therapy. Her time in the islands also taught her Thai massage, a form of therapy involving the stretching and movement of the body.

After many years in the islands, Sherry returned home to North Carolina. Not one to stay content with her knowledge, she was in the first class of therapists in the world to be certified in myokinesthetics, a revolutionary system used to rebalance the nervous system in order to address numerous health issues.

Now, Sherry brings her many years of bodywork and massage therapy experience to downtown Raleigh. Her offerings at her cozy space downtown include sports, deep tissue, ancient Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, Thai, hot stone, and Swedish massages, as well asa variety of body treatments like an ionic foot detox and myokinesthetic treatment. Each session is specialized to address each individual’s unique needs and desires.

If you’re looking for an effective bodywork treatment to treat physical pain or recovery from an injury, searching for a way to reduce stress, or just looking for a chance to relax both your body and mind, Oak City Bodyworks might be just the place for you. LMBT #6799

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