Massage Studio Begins Program to Complimentary Heal Veterans in Need
Wills Holistic Studio begins program to complimentary heal combat/disabled veterans
Press Release – DETROIT — Wills Holistic Studio begins program to complimentary heal combat and disabled veterans. The studio, located in Metro Detroit, will be healing its first 11 veterans.
Steve Wills, the owner and head masseuse, is a veteran himself. He was attached to a command during Dessert Shield and Dessert Storm that keep him stateside and safe. Will’s friend in the Navy was not so lucky. His friend, like many combat vets, came back with a plethora of problems, PTSD being just one.
Will’s, owner of Will’s Holistic Studio, felt he needed to give back with his business. He began a program giving combat/disabled veterans massage therapy, with absolutely no cost to them.
“The reason this will mean so much is I get to be part of a solution that strengthens the very fabric of why we fight in the first place, create opportunity for powerful medicine, and to breed relationships so valuable you can’t put a price on them,” Wills said.
The program gives veterans in need a one-hour massage to assist in their treatment and recovery of the many disabling problems they returned home with.One bodywork session can address multiple symptoms. Massage has the ability to control cortisol hormones that PTSD veterans have either clinically high levels of, or a complete burnout of the hormone.
A veteran who suffers from panic attacks and trauma often cannot find immediate help due to how backed up VA care can be. Something as simple as massage therapy can give people their lives back.
“Giving these heroes the attention they earned, need and deserve is a small deed to help them with both a career and a fighting chance to feel whole again,” said Wills.
Please visit www.GoFundMe.com/ACDVM to learn more and find how you can help.
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