325 South Sullivan
Spokane Valley, WA 99037
p. (509) 928-9098
f. (509) 928-9091
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday thru Friday 9am-8pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am-7pm
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**Additional appointments may be available to fit your scheduling needs. Please call the studio for information 928-9098**
One sheep, two sheep, three sheep, four, five sheep, six sheep, roll over and start
counting some more. If your normal sleep routine consists of counting fluffy white
animals over and over again until you finally fall asleep, it’s time to realign your sleep
routine into a more relaxed, restful experience. By incorporating the following four pre-
sleep bedtime tips, you will be able to better prepare your mind and body for a more
relaxing and enjoyable night’s sleep.
Tight deadlines, never-ending multitasking, huge project piles and multi-source pressures
from bosses, customers and co-workers are all too common characteristics in today’s
workplace environment. Working every day in this type of environment can leave
employees feeling overwhelmed, stressed and exhausted.
The golf fairways are turning green, the summer race schedules are published, the bicycles are out of the garage, and your running shoes are ready to ditch the treadmill and start logging miles on outdoor trails and roadways.
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Moms spend most of their waking hours as caretakers – taking care of running a busy household, juggling work and family schedules, and caring about the health and happiness of friends, family members and even clients. Many times, though, caring for others is done at the expense of caring for themselves.
Melt Away Tax Time Stress with Three Simple Relaxation Strategies
April showers may bring May flowers, but “stress storms”, common this time of year (April 17 tax deadlines, changes in seasons, failed New Year’s resolution attempts), can leave you feeling wilted, run down and even depressed. Instead of getting caught in a storm of stress this spring, blow away the winter blues by melting tension and fatigue with regular therapeutic massage sessions that will not only nurture your mind and body, but support your overall well-being.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a desk jockey, athlete, construction worker, stay-at-home mom or retiree, you will more than likely experience some level of back pain and discomfort throughout your life. Researchers and doctors agree that low back pain is one of the leading major health problems in today’s society. With cooler temperatures and less than favorable conditions, back pain can be even more present this time of year as snow shoveling duties, icy sidewalks and extreme winter sports can be the norm.
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why – this year’s top holiday gift list is full of some surprises. We know you were expecting another Snuggie® or monogram towel set, but don’t you worry, we’ve got your back. This year we are offering some healthy alternatives to the annual holiday gift guide that will help eliminate gifts collecting dust in your closets after the holiday season passes, as well as reduce the common holiday chaos of materialistic overload.
The winter traveling season is upon us, which can mean overbooked flights, sharing cramped spaces with a lot of different people, increased exposure to wintertime colds and viruses, sleeping in various beds and eating high caloric rich foods. With all of these variables stacked against you, it can be quite a challenge to keep you and your family healthy and pain free while traveling this winter season. To help keep your muscles and immune system in tip-top shape this winter season, it is important to incorporate stretching and massage techniques before, during and after your travels.