What we do at CNS is much bigger than the size of our building or class, and reaches well beyond this space.
Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Students, staff and community members are invited to join the Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS), on March 11, 2013 at 10:00am for a 30-minute celebration for the completion of its mural installation project. The mural, entitled New Dawn, was created by locally renowned artist, and Neurosomatic patient, Tatiana Rugers.
"The picture creates a feeling of space that makes the room feel much larger than it is," said Kevin Wade, Campus Director. "What we do at CNS is much bigger than the size of our building or class, and reaches well beyond this space.”
According to the artist, she was very grateful for a gift of good health that she received from Randy Clark and the St. John-Clark Pain Treatment Center and wanted to give back. She goes on to say, "I wanted new students and visitors of CNS to see in my mural a new dawn not only literally but also as a new beginnings and opportunities which CNS gives to people and students."
CNS is a school that answers the void in the education of manual therapists that leaves practitioners unprepared to treat the underlying causes of chronic soft tissue pain. Physicians, patients, and therapists have found that Neurosomatic Therapy succeeds where traditional forms of therapeutic pain management fail. The Center is built upon strong foundations of expert therapists and experienced instructors.
"I believe that what they do," says Rugers, "is the future of healing (manually -naturally) with their new methods and incredible talents."
The Center for Neurosomatic Studies (CNS) is founded by a joining force of Paul St. John, Randy Clark, and Kevin Wade, thought-leaders in integrative therapy. The mission of CNS is to positively affect the therapy industry by training highly qualified therapists who bring true relief to their patients. For more information visit http://www.CNStudies.com