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Feed Your Muscles to Promote Healthy Healing

Oct 19, 2014

The old saying, “You are what you eat,” doesn’t only apply when you’re looking to shed a few pounds. How you fuel your body is also important to how your muscles respond and recover after a vigorous workout or injury. To promote peak muscle performance and improve the body’s healing process, it may be helpful to evaluate your diet so you’re...

Massage 101: Ten Tips to Getting the Best Massage

Oct 9, 2014

When you make a commitment to routine massage therapy sessions, you’re committing to a lifestyle that is focused on overall health and wellness. To make sure that you’re getting the best massage every time, Elements Massage suggests adopting the following top ten tips to enhance your massage therapy experience. Tip No. 1: Set a Goal – Identifying what you...

Lasting Effects: Five Tips to Continue Feeling Great After Your Massage

Sep 30, 2014

Receiving a great massage that relaxes your mind, relieves tension from your muscles and rejuvenates your soul can have a lasting effect on your mind and body’s well-being. But, to continue getting the most out of your great massage experience well beyond your session, it can be helpful to adopt some of the following post-massage healthy habits. Tip No. 1: Take...

Sciatica Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

Aug 30, 2014

Back pain is one of the most common conditions that people suffer from today. But, when you’re talking about experiencing sciatica pain that shoots from your lower back into your glute area and legs, it can be difficult to sit, stand and move around to accomplish your daily tasks. Sciatica pain is becoming so well known that studies show up to 43 percent of people experience...

Massage Provides Pain Relief for Common Allergy Symptoms

Aug 15, 2014

When the seasons change and your eyes become puffy, your nose fills with congestion and you’re plagued with sneezing, coughing and headaches, your first response to these common allergy season symptoms may be to reach for over-the-counter antihistamine or steroid medications. But, if you’d rather find comfort taking a non-medication route, then turning to massage...

Summer Activity Series: Massage and Cycling

Aug 4, 2014

Riding a bicycle is one of the most popular childhood pastimes. The freedom of biking down the sidewalk to your best friend’s house and the wind breezing past your face with every pedal are what childhood memories are made of. But, when you hop on a two-wheeler now as an adult for a family stroll around the neighborhood, to commute to work or even to train and compete...

Sports Massage Integral Training Tool for Ironman Athlete

Jul 27, 2014

Training for an endurance event at any level or distance can be taxing to both your mind and body.But, when you’re training for an Ironman – one of the longest and hardest endurance events around – you have to use many tools and tactics to not only get through the vigorous training, but to compete at your desired level as well. Jennifer Hills, a triathlete who...

Summer Activity Series: Massage & Camping

Jul 11, 2014

 One of the most popular summer pastimes is to head into nature to camp, hike and enjoy the greatoutdoors. If you spent the past Fourth of July holiday weekend like many Americans camping with friends or family, you may be coming back with lifelong memories of roasting marshmallows around the campfire, experiencing incredible sunset views and having some much needed, technology-free...

Summer Activity Series: Massage & Swimming

Jul 7, 2014

In the world of sports, swimming is known for its low impact total body workout and benefits. As your body is suspended in a pool of water, your arms and legs propel you through the water as your core keeps you afloat. But, when you regularly swim continuous laps throughout the pool, low impact can quickly turn to high stress and strain on your body if you don’t take the...

Summer Activity Series: Massage and Tennis

Jun 28, 2014

Tennis can be a grueling physical activity that stresses your upper body from constant swinging motions and pounds your lower body as you take quick forward, backward and side-to-side steps to chase the ball across the court. Massage can be an excellent tool to help relieve the strain and pain of sore muscles from playing tennis, but it also can be an effective strategy for elevating...

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