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Myofascial Release Treatment Center

“Therapy on the Rocks”

Myofascial Release Treatment Center
676 North State Route 89A
Sedona, AZ 86336

(Phone) 1-928-282-3002
(Fax) 1-928-282-7274

View the New Video of John F. Barnes’ PT on the Importance of Myofascial Release

Allow this fascinating video to inspire you. Show this video to your prospective or current patients/clients and watch John as he treats a young woman that was injured in a 70 mph head on collision. See the principles of Myofascial Release in action. Notice the subtleties of John using his intellectual side to listen and respond to questions, while also flowing with his intuitive, instinctive wisdom to help this young patient.

Therapy on the Rocks, our Western Myofascial Release Treatment Center, is located in Sedona, Arizona nestled on a cliff along side a fifty-foot waterfall cascading into the pristine water of Oak Creek Canyon. The Western Center offers the perfect setting for healing. Magnificent views of the red rocks of Sedona are seen from the cozy treatment rooms, redwood sunning decks, and our creekside whirlpool.

Sedona's majestic Red Rock Canyons lie nestled between the beauty of the Grand Canyon, just a 2 hour drive north, and the cosmopolitan charm of Phoenix, a magnificent two hour drive south. Drive through Oak Creek Canyon (between Sedona and Flagstaff) on scenic Highway 89A, where spring fed Oak Creek cuts its way through a 28 mile long, 3,000 foot deep gorge and where the forces of nature have acted to create a visual masterpiece. Visit the quaint mining town of Jerome, built on the precipice of Mingus Mountain, with unique shopping available and spectacular views of the Sedona Valley.

Sedona, Arizona is truly a unique destination spot where visitors can also enjoy a multitude of activities: hiking trails leading into the heart of the Red Rocks, jeep, horseback, helicopter, train and balloon rides, beautiful and varied art galleries Southwest and eclectic shopping opportunities, Ancient Native American ruins, golf on the rocks, Slide Rock State Park and a wide variety of high quality restaurants.