Chalk Two More Accolades up for Dreamclinic

Seattles Best Massage, Best of Seattle Magazine Dreamclinic Massage and Acupuncture for Seattle, Redmond and BellevueBoth 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 to receive top-notch bodywork.

February’s Seattle Magazine named Dreamclinic among the best places to receive therapeutic massage. An excerpt is printed below:

This Ravenna-area clinic is a favorite among athletes.  Not only does the center provide some of the best rehab and injury massage in town, but it sponsors local competitive teams, too, including the Hot Sake Dragon Boat Racing Team and Team Group Health, a group of women cyclists.  Book a deep-tissue massage for sore muscles or an invigorating sports massage to keep you at the top of your game.”

“We’re thrilled at this sudden surge of positive press,” says Larisa Goldin, Dreamclinic president and founder. “We owe this recognition to our dedicated and talented staff and to our wonderful clients who continue to spread the word about Dreamclinic.”

This is Dreamclinic’s third mention in as many months, as Seattle Magazine named the clinic Seattle’s best sports massage in December, 2006.

Seattle Magazine Names Dreamclinic Best Sports Massage in Seattle

Seattles Best Massage, Best of Seattle Magazine Dreamclinic Massage and Acupuncture for Seattle, Redmond and BellevueThis 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 seek out the award, nor did the clinic conduct a campaign to be nominated,” stated Larisa Goldin, Dreamclinic Founder and President.

“We owe this recognition entirely to our clients, who, through excellent word of mouth, led the magazine’s editorial staff to Dreamclinic.”

In case you missed the issue (it was quite popular around the city), we’ve reprinted a portion of the article that highlights Dreamclinic:

“Whether treating professional athletes, Seattle’s legions of serious cyclists or its Green Lake-walking warriors, this Ravenna massage therapy center doesn’t mess around when it comes to the business of knot kneading. No froufrou frills or wimpy spa pressure here: the pleasant, no-nonsense spot’s 15 practitioners are rigorously trained to offer highly personalized, medically informed deep tissue massages — making clients feel as relaxed after events such as the Hood to Coast race as they would after a ‘Road Rules’ marathon.”