Massage and Skin Care in New Fairfield, CT

April K. Rabasco

april-rabascoTrue Skin Holistic Wellness was establish in 2014 after being an in home based business it now has found a home in Acupuncture Works 132A State Route 37 New Fairfield, CT 06812.  It is a sole proprietorship owned by April K Rabasco. Clients receive custom services in Massage, Reflexology, Reiki and Esthetics.  Organic and botanical based products are used in service to help promote good health and well being.  The goal to help others achieve balance and promote the body’s own natural healing energy is the main goal.  Muscular discomforts from repetitive use, rotator cuff issues and muscle tightness are eased through massage.  Reflexology is used in helping clients relax, reduce stress and rebalance the body’s systems.  The body’s largest organ the skin is also address with customized facials to help promote skin cell turnover and encourage healthy formation of new skin.  My goal is to have every client leave feeling and looking better than when they entered.

Massage Therapy for Improved Sleep


There are an estimated 40 million people in the U.S. who suffer from some type of chronic sleep disorder (source). Lack of sleep can suppress your immune system, impair memory/cognitive function, promote weight gain, and disturb your body’s normal hormonal balance.

Many people who suffer from chronic sleep disorders resort to medication sleep

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Massage Therapy for a Pulled Hamstring


A pulled hamstring is among the most common injuries sustained by runners. It’s characterized by the excessive stretching and/or tearing of fibrous muscle tissue in the thigh. The hamstring muscles contract with each stride you take, and normally this causes no reason for concern. But pushing your body beyond its physical limits can result in injuries like a pulled hamstring.

Can Massage Therapy Help Treat Diabetes?


Diabetes is a condition that is characterized by an excess amount of sugar in the blood. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 29.1 million people in the United States, or 9.3 percent of the population, suffer from this disease. While diet and exercise is paramount for mitigating the effects of diabetes, there’s some belief that

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