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Words of Wellness / Our Studio

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Brittney Taylor Jan 27, 2016 Our Studio

If you’re looking for something unique this Valentine’s Day, why not try a couple’s massage? Now, this may cause some hesitation and perhaps a little apprehension — especially for men. However, you’ll be surprised that there are many benefits to a soothing couples massage. In fact, after the massage many couples keep coming back for more.  Benefits...

Brittney Taylor Sep 24, 2015 Our Studio

When it comes to your overall health and wellness, it’s only natural that you want the best possible care. Therapeutic massage is such an intimate and personal experience that you should not trust just anyone other than the best. Instant Relaxation The ultimate goal of any massage is to feel relaxed, which is key to your mental and physical health. The relaxation...

Brittney Taylor Sep 1, 2015 Our Studio

With the beginning of fall sports, specifically football, concussion is a word that you’ll hear a lot. Whether it’s professional players, college, high school or even pee wee football; it’s not news that concussions have become a much more frequent subject of conversation than in the past. Although it takes time to heal concussion symptoms, massage therapy can...

David Fesperman Apr 15, 2015 Our Studio

When it comes to your health, do you think about your body or your mind? Do you think of mind and body as one? Well, you should. Your body reacts to how you think, feel and act.

David Fesperman Mar 30, 2015 Our Studio

As spring approaches, we’re all starting to think about getting outside and enjoying the many opportunities to exercise. Spring also represents a wake-up call for our bodies; it is time to come out of hibernation and start exercising again. As you begin to get active, it is important to incorporate a therapeutic massage into your training plans.

David Fesperman Mar 4, 2015 Our Studio

Do you feel good about yourself? Seriously, it’s a question that we often laugh off with an, “of course.” But it’s a very serious question. So often, people overlook the connection between mind, heart and body. If your mind and heart aren’t happy than your body isn’t happy and as well as the other way around. You may be sad, stressed or just not have that much confidence in yourself. Here are some tips you can do to help you have a healthy heart.

David Fesperman Feb 17, 2015 Our Studio

February is American Heart Month and the time when we pay extra attention to our heart health. In addition to regular exercise, did you know that a regular therapeutic massage can be very beneficial for your heart and circulatory system?

David Fesperman Jan 30, 2015 Our Studio

When you’re fighting harsh, below freezing temperatures day in and day out during the winter season, you may feel like your body is continually chilled to the bone. To help fight off the effects of the frigid weather on your body and your soul, Elements Massage suggests implementing hot stones into your regular massage therapy sessions.

David Fesperman Jan 13, 2015 Our Studio

The New Year can bring a season of new opportunities, potential and accomplishments. But, it also can bring an overload of scheduling conflicts, responsibilities and becoming overwhelmed. To keep from stretching yourself too thin, it can be beneficial to focus on including regular downtime into your routine. Elements Massage suggests the following tips to help you easily incorporate daily time to unwind both mentally and physically.

David Fesperman Nov 3, 2014 Our Studio

It has been called an “invisible disease” because it cannot be diagnosed through blood tests or x-rays, and for years, some doctors have dismissed it as a psychosomatic disorder that exists solely in the minds of the (primarily female) patients who suffer from it. But for the nearly six million Americans who live with the often debilitating symptoms of fibromyalgia, the pain is no illusion. Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is a musculoskeletal condition characterized by chronic muscle pain, stiffness, fatigue, depression, and frustrating cognitive difficulties referred to collectively as “fibro fog.” Studies indicate that up to 75 percent of fibromyalgia patients turn to massage therapy as a means of coping with their symptoms, and scientific research explains the relief that massage brings them.

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