Earlier this year, Dreamclinic founder and president, Larisa Goldin was a guest on the Dr. Pat Show and gave a series of three, one-hour radio interviews. Larisa spoke about the past that led her to create Dreamclinic and the benefits of massage for the mainstream. The interviews have been archived and you can listen to them anytime.
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“You voted for the best Massage in Seattle, and we counted…” is how Citysearch introduced its top vote-getters in the Massage Category in 2007. And the votes put Dreamclinic at number one in Seattle.
Not only did Dreamclinic win the Citysearch Audience Award, based on the number of votes cast by the city’s massage-goers but, it swept the Massage category by also earning the Editorial Award, which ...Continue Reading →
Both of Seattle’s monthly magazines, Seattle Magazine and Seattle Metropolitan, have listed Dreamclinic among the best places in the city for massage.
January’s issue of Seattle Metropolitan compiles an alternative health guide for Seattleites. The guide covers fifteen natural ways to maintain wellness, including Chinese herbs, acupuncture, and, of course, massage therapy. Dreamclinic topped the list of where to go in Seattle ...Continue Reading →
This November Seattle Magazine named Dreamclinic Best Sports Massage in Seattle for 2006.
Seattle Magazine bestowed this honor on Dreamclinic at the annual “Party of the Year” charity event, held November 16, 2006, and featured the clinic in their December 2006 issue.
“We are pleased with this recognition, especially in light of the fact that Dreamclinic did not ...Continue Reading →
In light of the upcoming Weekend Excursion workshop this May, I wanted to re-share the below story about my own experience with the program:
When I was in my early thirties and still working as a Program Manager at a rapidly growing software company in Schaumburg, Illinois, I already knew I deeply desired to switch my career to become involved with Health and Wellness. I wanted to help people ...Continue Reading →