507 S Third St
Geneva, IL 60134
p. (630) 232-7335
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday - Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Please note that we will be closed on Sunday, April 20, 2014 in observance of Easter.
The body is a matrix of intertwined muscles, joints and tendons. Trigger point therapy taps into the body’s internal web of muscles and tissues to unlock common chronic and injury-related pains caused by tension and stress.
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“We have a lot of stress every day. But it’s not until the body aches or you start feeling bad that you become aware of how your body feels,” explains Bryan Manpezoni, massage therapist at Elements The Woodlands. “That’s why being aware of what your body needs and getting massage regularly is really important to your body’s health.”
To make the most of your next massage, adopt the following four tips before, during and after your session so you can maximize your experience and leave feeling relaxed and refreshed.
As the mental health epidemic continues to grow throughout the country, people are turning to traditional medication treatment options as well as seeking positive outcomes from total mind and body approaches such as massage therapy.
The stresses that children experience today can quickly pile on as daily homework, school projects, sports competitions and family expectations weigh them down. With overloaded schedules and big ambitions for college scholarships, childhood years are becoming less about just being a kid and more about dealing with all of the pressures to perform your best in all areas of your life.
Losing the ability to see doesn’t inhibit a therapist’s ability to provide relaxing massages, but rather enhances the experience through a magnified sense of touch. Here at Elements in Geneva we know from experience! Amy, one of our most requested massage therapists, is visually impaired. From start to finish her massage sessions are out of this world!
Take a look at the following four types of conditions that massage can help treat that may not be so commonly known, and you may gain a new appreciation for how massage can positively affect the health and wellness of your mind and body.
As you come off the highs and lows of the holiday emotional roller coaster, it can be helpful to keep the following tips in mind so that you can ride out the rest of 2014 feeling less stressed and more liberated.
The new year brings about a time to look toward the future and expand your horizons while exploring yourself and the world around you. It’s about more than making resolutions and setting goals. It’s about freeing yourself of unrealistic expectations and adjusting your mindset to be happy with the person you are today and excited about the possibilities of new opportunities in the future.