Wairarapa News : January 18th 2012
8 WAIRARAPA NEWS, JANUARY 18, 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Shari J Smith (Release Massage Works) Shari is known for her sports and rehabilitative treatment massage. Shari has extensive knowledge on trigger points and release of pain and dysfunction in the body. She continues to grow her knowledge in many areas and is passionate about educating her clients on how to manage their bodies. Shari's vast background in sports massage, including rugby players and triathletes, provides extra focus to her work. She has recently completed training in Yoga -- bringing another dimension of body knowledge to her clients. Shari has over 10 years of massage practice and welcomes your enquiry. Shari -- 021 027 07764 or 3708818 • Available Monday -- Friday Janet Williams has had many years of experience and extensive training in both remedial massage and Bowtech, "The Original Bowen Technique", practising professionally since 1998 and 2000 respectively. Bowen therapy, foot joint mobilisation, pregnancy massage, neuromuscular therapy, manual lymphatic drainage are some of her skills that maybe incorporated into a treatment session depending on her client's needs. Janet 027 427 5287 or Free phone: 0508 BOWTECH (0508 2698324) • Available Wednesdays - Friday Heard of BOWTECH? BOWTECH, "The Original Bowen Technique" is a gentle treatment that helps to balance the whole body and allows the body to heal itself. For pain relief, head aches, migraines, hay fever symptoms, respiratory or digestive problems and much more. You will receive a $10 discount on your initial visit when trying BOWTECH for the first time with Janet. Offer ends 24 February 2012 Melissa Barry provides professional affordable massage from relaxation to deep tissue and sports massage. Melissa has recently moved from the mighty Waikato, where she was involved with rugby team sports massage. Melissa is avaliable at weekends and also provides mobile corporate massage. The massage Melissa provides will have you feeling revitalised and comfortable in your body. Hot Stones Massage avaliable. Melissa -- 027 765 8822 • Available Saturday -- Tuesday Vouchers available GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR ISSUES IN YOUR TISSUES Massage Focus Kuripuni Village • 447B Queen Street (Within the More FM Building) 4312575AA Massage Focus @ Kuripuni Studio Open 7 DAYS Health Care you can trust Open Mon-Fri from 8.30am 3 Wrigley Street, Masterton Ph: 06 377 3117 • Rehabilitation • Relaxation • Revitalisation CHERYL JONES Cert. Ther. Massage, Cert. Sports Massage, Cert. Relax Massage, Dip. Treat. Massage • Chiropractic • Bowen Technique • Massage Therapy • Homoeopathy 4231941AA Creedence coming to NZ American band Creedence Clearwater Revisited is coming to Trentham Race- course on February 3 for one of only three concerts in the country. Creedence Clearwater Revisited was formed by Creedence Clearwater Revival s rock n roll hall of fame rhythm section so the band s songs could continue to be played live to fans. The concert starts at 7pm. There will be pre-concert food and entertainment. Creedence Clearwater Revival gained popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s with a number of successful singles including Proud Mary, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Lookin Out My Back Door and Who ll Stop the Rain. Their most successful year was 1969 with three top 10 albums and four top three singles. Concert promoter Craig Wilson of Premium Entertain- ment said it was an honour to have secured such legendary musicians for the summer tour. Creedence Clearwater Revisited have a pedigree most groups can only dream of. For more information visit trentham.co.nz or ticketek.co.nz Fox back to jazz it up Cool jazz: Rodger Fox plays in Carterton on Sunday. Jazz legend Rodger Fox returns to Carterton this Sunday for an afternoon of summer jazz. Just over two months ago, at the end of October, Carterton hosted Fox s big band, the Wellington Jazz Orchestra, for the highly acclaimed opening concert of its new Events Centre. The weekend s gig, how- ever, features the Rodger Fox Quintet and will take place in what has become a popular home for jazz in the town, St Mark s Church from 2pm till 4pm, where minister Jenny Chalmers is accustomed to welcoming some of the biggest names in jazz. Rodger Fox has assembled some of his best players for this afternoon jazz outing. They are Nick Granville on guitar, Dan Hayles on key- board, Lance Philip, drums, Nick Tipping on bass and, of course, Rodger himself will play trombone. Vocals will be provided by seasoned jazz songster Erna Ferry. Rodger says the programme will be largely based around the American Songbook -- Classic Jazz Standards. Some of the many favour- ites to be heard will include On the Sunny Side of the Street, Yesterdays, Take the A Train, The Blues, My Romance, Beautiful Love, How High the Moon, All of Me, and Days of Wine & Roses. Thanks to assistance from Creative Communities, admis- sion is just $10, payable at the door. No advance bookings are needed.
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