Michael Freeman

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  • Certified Advanced Energy Healing, # 09302004-1


  • Lakeside School of Natural Therapeutics: Milwaukee


Bodywork & Massage

  • Myofascial Release
  • Swedish Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Deep Tissue
  • Other


  • VIB Coaching

Michael Freeman

“I want you to have the one thing that has the biggest impact on your life: a healthy, pain-free body, and a peaceful mind.”

...a healthy, pain-free body, and a peaceful mind...

Customized massage designed just for you is focused on providing these benefits with every session, effectively and accurately.

Choose Massage Excellence to see Michael in south Minneapolis at his home office.  Choose Lyn Lake Chiropractic to see him in Uptown (limited hours).

As enjoyable, peaceful and relaxing as massage is, it is really not a luxury; it is an important, effective way to stay well. Naggin... more

Where I Work

Lyn Lake Chiropractic (Michael Freeman)  

2937 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55408 Map it


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Certified Advanced Energy Healing, # 09302004-1



Lakeside School of Natural Therapeutics: Milwaukee
Therapeutic Massage


Notable Experiences

Focus Touch Shiatsu Practitioner
Michael has also been trained as a Focus Touch Shiatsu practitioner; an American form of an Eastern healing technique. This method uses firm stretching & holding techniques, along with focused pressure at key acupuncture points to energize the body.
More on Certified Advanced Energy Work
Michael is a graduate of 4 year advanced certification program in Energy Work, from Inner Focus School. This training in holistic wellness and energy work helps him find problem areas more quickly, with a greater ability to resolve them on all levels, body, mind and spirit. Training included deep understanding of working with the chakras, the subtle body and human energy field, use of guided imagery, energetic dialogue, sound and breath, how to work with emotional release, physical pain, stress, good boundaries, scope of practice, ethics of energy work, one on one mentorship with faculty, hundreds of documented practice sessions, and personal healing work designed to make each student "walk the talk," so he or she could be more effective.