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We offer a range of session types that vary according to the practitioner’s level of training and experience – from student sessions to the most experienced CTB practitioners in the world. Our approach to the treatment of pain is unique and very effective, synthesizing the traditional techniques of Thai massage with an in-depth knowledge of western clinical approaches, trigger point therapy and asian medicine. Our school has been in existence since 2001 and we offer a training program providing 3 levels of certification in this methodology. Our clinical practitioners have all been trained within this program.
Doug is a CTB Master Practitioner. He is an instructor and senior practitioner at CTBI in Evanston, IL. and has a private practice in Highland Park, IL. His passions are: helping pain sufferers, evolving the understanding and treatment of pain and movement dysfunction, and spreading the CTB knowledge. The root causes of pain are shockingly overlooked and pain itself is misunderstood by most medical practitioners. Coaching The Body is an extremely effective system for understanding and treating acute and chronic pain, even in severe cases where there has been little improvement after orthopedic surgery and physical therapy. Doug started his studies in 2011, completed the Thai Bodywork certification in 2014, then apprenticed with Chuck Duff for 2 years and completed the Coaching The Body clinical certification in 2016. He is also a certified yoga teacher, personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist.
Stephen Starr creative Japanese restaurant has garnered all kinds of national and international attention since opening a few years back. Located a block from Independence Hall on Chestnut Street, Morimoto has an interior – awash in glass and colors – that is both striking and serene in its design. The restaurant´s namesake and head chef, Morimoto (of Food Network´s Iron Chef fame), has created a menu offering the very best in contemporary Japanese cusine. While regulars flock here for the exquisitely prepared sushi, Morimoto offers diners a broad spectrum of flavors that delve beyond nigiri and sashimi. In recent years, the restaurant has made it onto Gourmet magazine´s “Best Restaurants in America” list and Conde Nast Traveler magazine 50 Hot Tables in America. Today Morimoto remains one of the hottest spots to dine in Center City and continues to receive rave reviews from regulars and first-timers alike. That said, be sure to call ahead for reservations. Insider Tip The mezzanine level lounge is a great spot to have a pre-meal cocktail while waiting for your table. You can enjoy a sake or try a “Sakura” – a cosmo made with Sake – in the sleek space that overlooks the brilliant restaurant below.