Santa Barbara, CA – Locally owned InterWoven Health: Massage and Bodywork announced today that it is partnering with JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) to raise funds for Type 1 Diabetes research.
“We are excited for this opportunity to support JDRF,” says Karin Gluck, co-owner of InterWoven Health. “While planning our business, one of the main things we wanted to make sure we did was to give back to our community. We feel that JDRF closely aligns with our goals of helping people achieve a higher quality of health, so it is a perfect partnership.”
For the month of April, InterWoven Health will donate $20 to JDRF for each massage of 60 minutes or longer when JDRF is mentioned at time of scheduling. As a thank you for supporting JDRF, these clients will also receive $10 off their massage.
About InterWoven Health: Massage and Bodywork
InterWoven Health is a new massage spa, co-owned by husband and wife massage therapists, Aaron and Karin Gluck, recently opened in early 2014. They believe true health is achieved when all elements - body, mind, and spirit - are working together. This philosophy led them to create a holistic massage experience that addresses the needs of the whole being.
Their team of massage therapists offer the following types of massage and bodywork: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Barefoot, CranioSacral Therapy, Lymph Drainage, Myofascial Release, Pregnancy, Reflexology, Sports, TMJ Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, and Visceral Manipulation.
InterWoven Health is located at 5370 Hollister Avenue, Suite 7, and can be reached at 805-770-3117 or www.InterWovenHealth.com.
JDRF is the leading global organization focused on the prevention, treatment and cure of type 1 diabetes (T1D). Through a transformative vision, breakthrough innovations, and effective operations, JDRF is working to remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D. T1D affects 14,000 people on the Central Coast and 3 million people nationwide—many of whom are children. Started by parents of children with T1D in 1970, in the 40 years since its inception JDRF has raised over $1.7 billion in research that has improved treatment and made strides toward prevention and a cure. JDRF was recently ranked one of the top 5 most efficient charities in the U.S. by Forbes magazine, with over 80% of funds going directly to research. JDRF’s Central Coast Council is a grassroots volunteer effort that serves over 300 families affected by this life-threatening autoimmune disease in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties through social and educational outreach events.