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Sara Vogeler 3/16/12
Come to the Open House June 2 at 4:00 for a free evaluation!
 Register Here!
10 to 4pm
148 W. 23 Street, 1H

Let's explore the embryological origins, the structure, and the function of the vertebrae. Discover their differences and how you can create support, alignment, and self-care.

Happy Memorial Day!!!

May 2012
greenery, purple flowers

At last, some glorious days to welcome us into summer! Biking up and down the west side highway in New York today, the sun felt spectacular!

I hope you enjoyed the weather, too, but if you are in pain, and you couldn't go out, maybe there is something I can do to help.

Or if you feel your body needs to be more in shape, let's find a way to make that happen.

Come see me to help heal your injuries, free your body, and raise your energy level. I teach better posture, new patterns of moving, and exercises for strength and flexibility. 

Let's find the food that will support who you are. And ways to get to sleep at night. Because eating right and sleeping, as you know, make all the difference.

here's to your good health!!

June 2  Open House at 4pm
my livingroom 2
I look forward to answering any questions and demonstrating my techniques of NeuroMuscular Therapy on a volunteer at my office Saturday, June 2 from 4:00 to 5:00.

The address is 148 W. 23 Street in New York City.

Please call 212.242.4962 or email me at [email protected] to make a reservation. 
Shoulder Injuries

The Rotator Cuff

Many of us have suffered pain in the shoulder after playing tennis, golf, lifting weights, or doing martial arts. The deepest layer of shoulder muscle is called the rotator cuff because it encircles the arm bone, forming an ingenious wrapping of the head of the humerus that enables you to lift your arm up, down, forward, backward, sideways, and in big circles. The outer shoulder muscles include the deltoids, the pectorals, the latissimus dorsi, teres major and others.

The four muscles of the cuff have different actions: the supraspinatus lifts the arm out to the side, the subscapularis turns the arm in towards the chest, and the teres minor and the infraspinatus turn the arm out and bring it down by your side.

If your tennis or golf swing is uneven, or you lift weights that are too heavy, or have weak muscles in general, you can develop tendonitis. It's important to strengthen each of these deep muscles to prevent this from happening and protect your shoulders.
Sara Vogeler, BMC, LMT, MFT discusses the scapula and rotator cuff
Sara Vogeler, BMC, LMT, MFT discusses the scapula and rotator cuff

I founded The NeuroMuscular Center, Inc. in 1990 to provide a space for teaching movement and anatomy, for working one-on-one with clients to reduce pain and free their bodies, and for raising the quality of life and health in all of us.
yours in creating a healthier world,
Sara Vogeler, Director
The NeuroMuscular Center, Inc.
If you sign up for an initial consultation ($200) and four follow-up treatments (4 x $125).

That's a savings of $350 for something that may really improve your life!!
Offer Expires: June 2, 2012, after the Open House.