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Vincent A. Vola

Certified Massage Therapist and Neuromuscular Therapist

For 15 years I have been helping people to adjust their posture through proper alignment by various soft-tissue therapies. My specialty in body work includes Neuromuscular therapy and myofacial release, trigger point therapy and energy work that promotes proper gait patters and weight distribution over the skeleton. The work corrects the various conditions such as forward neck posture, hip sway and frozen shoulder, which left unchecked, can cause many painful and uncomfortable disorders.

Frequently, in just a few visits I can make the necessary changes and relieve the severity of the problem. By correcting these painful conditions along with simple lifestyle changes such as eating properly and light exercise you are back on track to a healthier you.

Vince is a Certified Massage Therapist from The Seashore Healing Arts Center. He has studied Travell and Simmons Trigger Point Work and trained extensively with the St. John Method of Neuromuscular Therapy.


Vince is a Certified Massage Therapists that specialize in a variety of different massage therapy techniques including: reflexology, sports therapy and myofascial release, as well as performing your common deep tissue massage.

Please call the main office to scheduled your appointment:
(609) 822-1227



Have you ever noticed that your body is always speaking to you? How often do you listen? Do you blame your painful hip problem on a demanding job or “just getting old”? How about that painful hip problem, stiff shoulder or neck? Do you attribute it to an old fall or a car accident? Many physical problems occur because the body “holds on" to the pain or stiffness or limited range of movement. But why is your body is really holding on? More and more we are discovering that it is more than just the physical response to a trauma or repetitive use injury. This pain often represents something more.

If you ever had a massage, recall how you felt afterward. When you got up from the massage table didn’t you feel straighter, taller, totally relaxed? That general sense of well-being isn’t just from having your massage. Massage also affects your feelings and emotions because they are all intimately connected.

Most doctors and therapists believe that every emotion you experience and every muscle in your body is intertwined. So the pain in a specific area is often related to a particular emotional experience. If you could observe yourself from afar, you would see how your feelings and emotions affect your body posture and the overall message that you send to others. We all observe this in others, if we take the time to really “see” them. Can you tell if someone is happy, sad, angry, depressed….one look can say it all.

Louise Hay in her book “You Can Heal Your Life” also discusses the metaphysical aspects of the mind and body. Hips, she writes, represent decisions in life; especially decisions about moving forward, being stuck, unable to make a decision or seeing clearly what is to be done next. The solar plexus is said to be the seat of the ego, signifying the conflicts in your life…. whereas pain or discomfort in the diaphragm denotes unresolved conflict.

You are more than just flesh and blood. There is an energy component to healing that is part of my massage process with my clients. Real healing comes from your heart and mind. The body is just a place where your feelings and beliefs can manifest, either positively or problematically. When your body doesn’t heal, it is frequently because mentally and emotionally you are stuck and the body can’t release what you are unable to let go. My energy work and massage create the opportunity to release those unresolved issues and allow your body to heal. This all happens silently, without effort, in a safe and nurturing environment.

To learn more about my “mind/body connection” please contact me.