Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Soft touch workshop to be held at Griffin Hospital in Derby
The workshop is free and open to the public.
Soft Touch is a therapeutic, relaxing and gentle rub that can be given to an individual's hands, feet, or back.
Griffin Hospital offers the therapy to patients and their caregivers as a way to reduce their anxiety, pain and stress.
Taught by a Griffin Hospital nurse who is also a licensed massage therapist, this basic-level training includes a demonstration of various Soft Touch techniques as well as opportunity for hands-on practice.
Space is limited; early registration is required.
Workshop participants may register by contacting Tricia Brister at 203-732-7555 or at email@example.com.
The hospital is at 130 Division St.
This information is taken from a press release.
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