A massage is an excellent tool for any runner’s toolkit. Massage can help with better circulation which means more oxygen to help your muscles recover. It also can help process toxins quicker so your legs are refreshed and ready to go.
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!
Acts of kindness are a simple way to put a smile on the face of another, as well as yourself. It doesn't take much to turn someone's day around. A small compliment or simple gesture is all it takes. Here are 22 simple ways you can spread kindness today.
From minor challenges to major crises, stress is a part of our lives. Sometimes, it can feel like you're under too much pressure from yourself, work, home or a combination of the three. Here's how you can identify stressors and relieve stress.
The time has come to store your swimsuits and break out your fall sweaters. This season brings beautiful, changing trees but can also bring on the cold and/or flu. The transition to shorter days can be a challenge to our bodies. There are many things you can do to help maintain wellness during this time.
It’s the day after your massage and you wake up with muscles feeling a little sore and you’re a little more tired than usual. Even though it may be confusing, know that it is perfectly normal for your body to feel a little sore the day after a massage. For your muscles, getting a massage is similar to experiencing a strenuous workout. They got stretched and manipulated during the session. Be sure to let your massage therapist know before your next appointment. If the pressure feels more like pain than therapeutic, be sure to speak up.