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Blog / Wellness

Thoracic Outlet Syndrom

Kayla Flohre, LMT Dec 10, 2018 Wellness

Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders where blood vessels or nerves in the space between the collarbone and the first rib (the thoracic outlet) are compressed. This will cause pain in the neck and shoulders along with numbness down the arm, hand, and fingers. A lot can cause thoracic outlet syndrome and the causes can vary such as a car accident injury, repetitive...

What to do AFTER a massage

Kayla Flohre Nov 23, 2018 Wellness

 Have you just received a massage? Are you feeling loose and relaxed and like that all that tension in your shoulders is gone? Are you wondering how in the world you can keep your body feeling like this longer? I have the answers!  Whether you are coming in for your regular monthly massage or you visit us sporadically, we give you some advice before you leave the...

Cancer Treatment and Massage

Kayla Burnside, LMT Mar 8, 2018 Wellness

In 2017, 1,688,000 new cancer cases are anticipated to be diagnosed in the US. With more than 600,000 projected from the disease according to the American Cancer Society, cancer statistics of 2017. Massage therapy can play a huge role in healing and pain-and-stress relief. Let's talk about how. Oncology massage is the modification of existing massage therapy techniques...

Swedish VS Deep Tissue Massage: Which Do You Need?

Kayla Burnside Feb 12, 2018 Wellness

 The most common question we get asked here at Elements is, “what is the difference between Swedish massage and deep tissue massage?” They are both beneficial for anyone in need of Massage Therapy but do have some key differences. It is important to understand these to help you better schedule your massage and have the therapist that best fits with you and help...

What Can Massage Do For Those Suffering With Anxiety And Depression?

Kayla Burnside Jul 6, 2017 Wellness

Anxiety and depression are developed from complex risk factors including: genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.  Depression isn't your average feeling "down" because of something specific going on in life. Depression is much more of an ongoing sadness for durations of time happening for no apparent reason and often affecting daily activities. Massage can help....

Have You Ever Cut Yourself But It Didn't Bleed?

Bradley Swallows, LMT Feb 18, 2017 Wellness

*Have You Ever Cut Yourself But It Didn't Bleed?* Sometimes when we suffer a mild abrasion that isn't deep enough to bleed we can cut into what is known as our lymphatic system, and a clear fluid can seep out. Our lymphatic system is a lot like your veins. Your veins carry blood throughout your body, whereas your lymphatic system carries what is known as lymph. However...

Why the Armchair Quarterback Needs a Massage

Feb 12, 2016 Wellness

Your muscles are tensed, your heart rate is elevated, and you can practically feel the stress pulsing through your veins. You find yourself yelling – cheers, jeers, and frustrated yelps emit from your mouth.  Heck, you’re even a little sweaty. You’re breathless, watching the clock, hoping for a victorious finish before the time runs out. Closing out the...

Weight Loss Awareness Month - How Massage Therapy Benefits Weight Loss

Jan 9, 2016 Wellness

January is Weight Loss Awareness Month, and millions of Americans will attempt to start their 2016 with a weight loss-focused resolution. Before you tackle your weight loss challenge, have you thought about incorporating regular massage therapy into your fitness plan? We all know that there are many benefits to regular massage therapy, but you might be surprised that massage...

How to Handle Holiday House Guests

Dec 17, 2015 Wellness

The holiday season is a time to spend with your family and friends, and if needed, you open your doors to allow guests to stay with you. We all know it’s the right thing to do, but that doesn’t mean you’re happy about it. Before you hit the panic button and freak out, try these couple of things to help ease your stress while hosting your guests.  Get...

5 Tips: How to be a Good Holiday Gift Giver

Dec 14, 2015 Wellness

We all love the look of a person’s face when they receive the perfect gift. It’s even more satisfying if that look comes from a gift that you gave. You should pat yourself on the back, because holiday gift giving is no easy activity. How often do you end up “settling” for a gift and not getting the person the "perfect" item on their wish list?...

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