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380 Camino De Estrella
Compiled By Eric Heinz
Owners Alfredo Madero and Suzanne Diehl said they have had a banner first year with Shine Bodyworks.
“We do therapeutic bodywork and we believe it’s much more than a massage,” Madero said. “We incorporate forward-thinking concepts and products that help us help our clients find ease and balance in their body.”
Their first year, they said, was excellent.
Although they had been well-received by customers and the community, their methods can be perceived as a bit unorthodox and cutting-edge.
“Our goal was to make sure our message was well-received,” Madero said. “Our message is a bit complex in helping people understand the concepts of living in a home and how this translates into your stiffness. Everyone has adopted our supporting systems.”
One example of this is using a wire coming out of your sheets to a grounding rod that is stuck into the ground in order to reduce the electromagnetic field to which the body is exposed.
Diehl has been in the sales and marketing industry and Madero was trained at one of the top resort spas in Mexico.
“What we’re doing has never been done in the industry,” Madero said. “People are leaving here dropping lifelong issues—issues that have been there for decades.”
There are some far-off plans for expansion, but for now the current location is the primary hub.