A massage is such an incredible experience, you probably want to share it with someone you love. At Elements Massage, we offer a couples massage room, for both of you. So, why should you share this relaxing experience with your better half?
Sometimes we have days that are so busy, it feels like we don’t even have time to think. Everyone wants to feel better and be healthier, but it’s hard when you’re running around all day. You’re never too busy to put your health and wellness first. Here are a few tips you can incorporate into your hectic schedule to maintain wellness.
If you have ever had a massage, chances are you have experienced some form of Swedish massage. It is the most popular massage performed today. This technique is a full-body experience that is designed to relax and rejuvenate. The Swedish modality focuses on relaxation. It is worldly in nature, as it combines many different practices to create a massage experience that is very therapeutic and relaxing.
Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury, as well as one of the most common kinds of foot pain, found prominently among runners between the ages of 40 and 60. This stabbing sensation that feels like walking on push pins makes it very painful for those who are afflicted. We sat down with our Chief Wellness Officer, Eric Stephenson to find out more about plantar fasciitis.
Today is the day! You’re ready for your massage.. But it's your first time and you aren’t sure what to expect. What do you wear? Do you have to talk? How do you prepare? What should you expect? In order to get the best, most relaxing experience, we’re answering all your questions. Here’s how the experience will go down:
Choosing from a menu of massages can be overwhelming. Which one do you pick? What will work best for you? Each massage focuses on different healing approaches. Here are a few options and reasons to choose each.
According to the Migraine Research Foundation, over 39 million Americans experience migraine-like symptoms. One of the biggest culprits is the stress and strain of everyday life. Add to this the ubiquitous nature of electronic devices and the amount of time we spend in front of screens on a daily basis. This combination of factors causes our sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) to go into over-drive, and one by-product might be the pulse-pounding headaches we know all too well.
Mornings can be a little crazy. You have to get the kids ready for school, cook breakfast, pack lunches and get ready for the day. Try waking up a little earlier and set aside your to-do list. It’s time to make time for yourself. Add these tips to your daily routine to help improve your health and wellness throughout the day.