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Massage and Mourning: Power of Touch Helps to Relieve Mental, Physical Stress During the Grieving Process

Aug 13, 2014 News

When a family member, friend or loved one passes away, varying degrees of emotional and physical pressure can weigh you down as you deal with grief and mourning for yourself and those around you. To help release some of the common pressure associated with mourning and lift any burden that you might be carrying around, it may be helpful to use massage as a healthy mental, physical and spiritual outlet during your grieving process.

Massage Provides Pain Relief for Common Allergy Symptoms

Aug 6, 2014 News

While massage can’t eliminate a person’s allergy to a specific element, it can be a very effective approach to managing allergy symptoms.

Summer Activity Series: Massage and Cycling

Jul 30, 2014 News

When you hop on a two-wheeler for a family stroll around the neighborhood, to commute to work or even to train and compete for an endurance event, you’re often only left with memories of muscle soreness, ligament strains and injury pains. To make your adult cycling experiences more enjoyable and to help you meet your cycling goals, the following training tactics will help keep you cruising strong as you peddle down memory lane on your favorite roads or trails.

Summer Activity Series: Massage & Running

Jul 23, 2014 News

Whether you’re a seasoned runner or a newbie to the sport, it’s best to approach your goals one step at a time. Enlist the help of other runners, as well as a seasoned sports massage therapist like Barrett, to help guide and support you throughout your running journey. The more you listen to your body and take care of it during the training, the better results you’ll experience during your lifetime of running.

Thank You for Voting us Number One

Janice Kilburn, Owner Jul 18, 2014 News

We would like to take a moment and give a huge "Thank You" to all our wonderful clients for voting us #1 in Swampscott, MA and #1 in our region! Thank you all so much for your votes and support! 

Summer Activity Series: Massage and Golf

Jul 17, 2014 News

If you’re looking to take your golf game to new levels this season, or just want to enjoy a weekend game or two without feeling sore for the rest of the week, it can be helpful to include massage into your overall approach to golfing. Follow up after the round for a deeper sports massage with stretching to help enhance and speed up your muscles’ recovery period. In both cases, you’ll notice a difference in how your mind and body feels on and off the course.

Summer Activity Series: Massage & Camping

Jul 9, 2014 News

Keep your body active and pain-free this camping season by incorporating regular massage and healthy lifestyle choices into your camping experience. Your trips will be much more enjoyable and it’ll take a lot less time to prepare and recover for your next adventure, if you stay consistent with giving your muscles the nutrients and attention they need

Summer Activity Series: Massage & Swimming

Jul 1, 2014 News

Keep your swim workouts going strong this season by incorporating regular massage into your training program. It’s a great way to spend your recovery days so you’re ready to dive into your next workout or competition feeling healthy, strong and prepared to accomplish your personal best.

Summer Activity Series: Massage and Tennis

Jun 24, 2014 News

As competition heats up on the tennis court this summer, make sure to cool down your mind and muscles with weekly or bi-monthly massage therapy sessions. Massage can help you elevate your swing and keep you playing strong as you attack each match of the season.

Unlock the Knots with Trigger Point Massage

Apr 22, 2014 News

The body is a matrix of intertwined muscles, joints and tendons. Trigger point therapy taps into the body’s internal web of muscles and tissues to unlock common chronic and injury-related pains caused by tension and stress. 

Everybody has trigger points, but whether they’re activated or not can depend on if an area has undergone trauma, stress, overuse or injury. When activated, trigger points can cause widespread pain, tension, irritation and even lack of motion. Applying a moderate to deep pressure to these areas can create a dull, aching feeling to....

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