SOURCE: Somatic Systems, Inc.

September 19, 2006 08:31 ET

Somatic Systems, Inc. Announces Two-Day Somatics Workshop in Greater Boston Area on September 23-24, 2006

NORTHAMPTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 19, 2006 -- Somatic Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMAS) is pleased to announce that Chairman and CEO Steve Aronstein and John Loupos will co-present a weekend workshop on Somatic Movements, which is designed to help restore full control to tight, contracted muscles and to eliminate pain and stiffness.

"John and I held this same workshop in Cohasset, Massachusetts last year to promote the positive health benefits of adding Somatic Movements to the daily life of those in pain. Last year's workshop was a huge success and we're looking to make this year's even better," said Steve Aronstein, Chairman and CEO, Somatic Systems, Inc.

The simple exercise patterns that will be presented at the workshop are designed to help those who suffer from headaches, neck or shoulder pain, lower back pain or sciatica, hip/leg/waist tightness, insomnia, and a number of other medical conditions.

"I have found Somatics to be THE most effective means by which martial artists, or others in related fields that require precise movement (yoga, dance, sports, etc.), can quickly and easily regain a level of sensitivity necessary for precision control. That Somatics effectively relieves the underlying causes of muscle and joint pain and improves flexibility is merely icing on the cake," said John Loupos, noted Tai Chi teacher, author, and a student in the Clinical Somatic Training Program operated by the Somatic Systems Institute.

For more information regarding the workshop and registration, please contact the Somatic Systems office at (413) 586-2555.

About Somatic Systems, Inc.:

Somatic Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Northampton, Massachusetts. Somatics uses a technique called Total Somatics™. Somatics trains and certifies clinical practitioners on how to reeducate a client's muscles and recalibrate overused or injured muscles through a simple series of training sessions and prescribed at-home movements. The Total Somatics™ process uses a series of movements (lasting as little as five minutes a day) that lengthen muscles back to their natural, relaxed state.

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