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Sports Massage

Mar 9, 2011 Health

Therapeutic Sports Massage - for the Elite and Occasional AthleteTherapeutic sports massage was originally developed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance and aid in quick recovery.  Many elite athletes consider sports massage an essential part of their training and recovery routine. They rely on it to help them train more effectively, improve performance,...

Postnatal Massage

Feb 28, 2011 Health

Speed Up Postpartum Healing with Postnatal MassagePostnatal massage is one of the best ways for a new mom to care for herself.  With all the chores related to the care of a new baby, mom may be even more stressed and uncomfortable than during her pregnancy.Postnatal Massage is a natural therapy designed to help relax and heal a new mother.  The postnatal massage is...

Time to Check In On Your Wellness Goals!

Nov 1, 2018 Wellness News

As we approach the start of a new year, now is a perfect time for you to look back at 2018, evaluate your successes and where you might not have hit the mark, when it comes to your health and wellness.

National Entrepreneurs Day, Think About Your Health!

Nov 1, 2018 Wellness News

The connection between health, wellness, and your working life is deep. Stress from trying to achieve a usually elusive work/life balance, financial concerns, not working in a job that fulfills you… These are all aspects of our everyday lives that can affect our physical and mental health.

The Amazing Benefits of Massage Therapy

Oct 24, 2018 Wellness News

With National Massage Therapy Awareness Week coming up from October 21 to the 27, we thought it would be a good time to review some of the benefits of massage therapy. You might have the perception that massage therapy is just about ‘feeling good,’ and you would be right, but that isn’t the whole picture!

Give the Gift of Self-Care This Holiday Season!

Oct 17, 2018 Wellness News

The irony is that the one thing that most adults want to find under the tree this year isn’t more ‘stuff.’ It’s time. Time to read a book, time to take a long, hot bubble bath. Time with friends and family, laughing and having a good… well, not to put too fine a point on it, time! We can’t actually give time to our friends and family, but we can motivate them to spend more time on self-care and improvement. 

Getting a Jump on Holiday Stress

Oct 10, 2018 Wellness News

The stores are starting to get geared up for the holidays so now is a good time to plan how you’re going to manage a time period that is often fun but can also be stressful. Self-care tends to be the last thing on our already busy holiday lists of things to do, but it shouldn’t be. You can’t be present and enjoy the holidays if you’re worn out by November.

Experience the Karmic Effect of Being Nice

Oct 4, 2018 Wellness News

Finding a way to spread a little kindness isn’t hard; all you have to do is commit yourself to doing it and you’ll see the opportunities present themselves left, right and center! Be the start of a kindness ripple effect: it will come back to you again and again!

Staying Healthy Through the Change of Seasons

Sep 18, 2018 Wellness News

As the weather starts to change and get cooler, so do viruses! They come out of their summer hibernation and begin to look for warmer hosts, like our bodies! With the start of school and spending more time indoors in inclement weather, passing those viruses along to one another becomes more likely too.  There are several ways you can minimize your chances of picking up a cold or flu virus, with just a little more self-care and effort.

What Massage Can Do to Help Alleviate Tension Headaches

Sep 11, 2018 Wellness News

"The main message here for tension headache sufferers is to put together a series of targeted massage sessions which seek to alleviate the muscle tension and accumulated stress contributing to the cause of the headaches,” says Elements Massage Chief Wellness Officer, Eric Stephenson.  He adds, “committing to multiple sessions over a short period of time can yield cumulative effects which can be felt in decreased frequency, duration and pain levels.”

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