What we think it means in a general sense though is that through a journey towards wellness, one can and should incorporate nourishment of the physical self, the mental self, the emotional self, and the social self, all at once!
It can sometimes be difficult to relax when you have so much on your mind. The last thing you need to be worrying about is if you brought money for a gratuity, if you should tip or how much you should leave the massage therapist at the end.
Finding balance in our lives is key to living well. Saying no is an important skill to acquire in order to maintain healthy relationships and boundaries. Here are a few key guidelines to practice when you have to let someone down.
This week, we are highlighting Heather White, one of our talented Elements Massage® Massage Therapists! When we spoke to Heather she shared with us, why she became a Massage Therapist and what she loves most about her job.
Is chronic pain, migraines or sciatica something you live with or combat on a daily basis? Maybe you’ve sought out medication or physical therapy to help find relief from these pains but it still persists. Trigger point massage is a great complement to heal your body and bring comfort.