Elements Massage
Location

Elements MassageMurfreesboro
Located next to the Chop House Restaurant
533 N Thompson Ln
Murfreesboro, TN   37129
p. (615) 410-7700
f. (615) 410-7813
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Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Sunday
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Massage and Golf

Posted: 07/21/2014

 Freshly trimmed fairways, rolling greens and strategically placed water obstructions are key elements to the common outdoor summer playground known as a golf course. Whether you’re an avid athlete or a weekend warrior business executive who’s looking to get some relief from your daily desk jockey job, the low impact sport of golf can still put a toll on...

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Massage and Camping

Posted: 07/14/2014

 One of the most popular summer pastimes is to head into nature to camp, hike and enjoy the great outdoors. If you spent the past Fourth of July holiday weekend like many Americans camping with friends or family, you may be coming back with lifelong memories of roasting marshmallows around the campfire, experiencing incredible sunset views and having some much...

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Summer Activity Series: Massage & Swimming

Posted: 07/07/2014

 In the world of sports, swimming is known for its low impact total body workout and benefits. As your body is suspended in a pool of water, your arms and legs propel you through the water as your core keeps you afloat. But, when you regularly swim continuous laps throughout the pool, low impact can quickly turn to high stress and strain on your body if you...

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Summer Activity Series: Massage and Tennis

Posted: 06/30/2014

  Tennis can be a grueling physical activity that stresses your upper body from constant swinging motions and pounds your lower body as you take quick forward, backward and side-to-side steps to chase the ball across the court. Massage can be an excellent tool to help relieve the strain and pain of sore muscles from playing tennis, but it also can be an effective...

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12 Quick and Healthy Breakfasts Nutritionists Actually Eat

Posted: 06/23/2014

Ever wonder what people who dispense nutrition advice for a living actually eat? Just like all of us, nutritionists on the go find it difficult to make the time for a healthy breakfast.  But they do eat them.So, here are the results from an informal survey of nutritionists on their typical fast and healthy breakfast options:Steel-cut oatmeal with dried fruit, flax and chia...

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Massage as a Career: What Does It Take to Be a Great Therapist?

Posted: 06/09/2014

 As holistic healing becomes more popular in our society and as individuals turn to more rewarding initial and second careers, the massage therapy industry is seeing a solid flow of students, graduates and therapists in the massage field. The American Massage Therapy Association® estimated at the beginning of this year that there are 300,000 to 350,000 massage therapists...

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Five Daily Tips to Thrive Therapeutically

Posted: 06/02/2014

 As the stress of work, family, relationships and personal obligations pile up, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by everything that goes on in your daily life. Before you know it, you can get caught up in a vicious cycle of negative feelings, habits and attitudes.To keep your emotional and physical health grounded, it can be helpful to maintain a healthy perspective by...

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Gardening: Good for Your Soul, but Potentially Tough on Your Body

Posted: 05/27/2014

 After being cooped up inside after the long winter months, May most often signals longer hours of sunlight, warmer temperatures and the kickoff to gardening season.Before rolling up your sleeves and digging your hands into the fresh spring soil, the following tips can help you prepare your mind and body for planting and pruning a bountiful summer garden.To Truly Blossom,...

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Postpartum Massage Essential for New Moms' Health, Wellness

Posted: 05/19/2014

 The rush of excitement of having a baby can soon be replaced with exhaustion, being overwhelmed and a need to go into survival mode as you enter into the postpartum phase of childbirth. And as a new mom, focusing on your own health and wellness typically is pushed aside as all of your energy and attention is focused on raising a happy and healthy baby. But as most experienced...

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Acing Motherhood

Posted: 05/07/2014

 Being a mom is one of the most important jobs around, yet also one of the toughest and often most thankless. With job requirements of 24x7 availability, master multi-tasking, first aid skills, culinary abilities to make healthy meals with whatever ingredients are in the pantry, unlimited driving potential and the ability to drop everything at a moment’s notice to...

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