Whitefish Bay


Elements Massage 312 E Silver Spring Dr
Whitefish Bay, WI   53217

Mon - Sat 9am - 9pm
Sun 9am - 7pm


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Can Massage Make YOU More Lovable?!

our therapist Barb E. Feb 11, 2017 Health

Massage has a number of positive health effects, but can it make you more lovable?  Read on to learn more about the physical, mental and emotional benefits of receiving massage.

Last-Minute Healthy Valentine's Day Recipes

Feb 11, 2017 Health

With Valentine’s Day often comes one too many chocolate truffles and the potential for an overload on sugar cookies, pink frosting, and anything covered in sprinkles. However, Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to mean letting loose of your healthy lifestyle. There are still ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day treats with healthier options. Here are five healthy recipes...

3 Mentality Tricks to Maintain a New Year’s Resolution

Jan 19, 2017 Health

As we head into the second month of the new year, the initial motivation to shed a few pounds or get into a daily running routine begins to fade, for all of us, at least at little bit. Whether we like to admit it or not, the January confidence in ourselves that said, “I can do anything. I don’t even like chocolate!” somehow gets replaced with, “It’s...

A New Definition of SMART Goals

Holly Tamm, Owner Fitness Together - Whitefish Bay & Mequon Jan 9, 2017 Health

Holly Tamm, owner of Fitness Together - Whitefish Bay & Mequon and personal trainer for over 12 years offers her take on SMART goals and making a commitment to your health and wellness this year.





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Integrative Reflexology

Aimee Matchette Aug 18, 2016 Health

Integrative Reflexology® combines the use of reflex maps from traditional reflexology, connections on your feet, hands and outer ears that are believed to link to internal organs and body functions, with massage techniques for a deeply relaxing and refreshing experience.  Starting with the feet, your specially trained therapist will identify alignment...

Customized Massage Therapy for Golfers

Anastasia White Jul 5, 2016 Health

How customized massage therapy can improve your golf performance

Massage Benefits for Runners: How to Incorporate Massage into Your Training

Anastasia White Jun 6, 2016 Health

How massage can benefit runners by improving performance and preventing injury.

Sciatica and the Benefits of Massage Therapy.

Thom Gonring, ADMT, LMT, NCBTMB Provider, Director of Education. Feb 17, 2016 Health

Sciatica is any of a number of conditions which causes irritation and sensitivity in and around the sciatic nerve.  This nerve bundle originates in the lower lumbar intervertebral foramen (fancy term means holes between your vertebrae); and it is here that the problems can start. If intervertebral discs are involved, the pressure comes from an unusual direction. ...

Bust through the Resolution Rut by Focusing on Overall Health, Well-Being for the New Year

Elements Massage Jan 5, 2015 Health

Now is the time to focus on your resolutions by taking some time in the mornings to think positively, plan your day, revivie muscles and include regular massage into your routine.

Prepare Your Body for Winter Activities with a Combination of Stretching and Massage Therapy

ETM Nov 1, 2014 Health

Staying fit during the winter holiday season comes with a long list of unique challenges and obstacles, but staying injury free can take even more of an effort when you introduce new, winter-specific activities like skiing, skating and sledding into your fitness routine. Before the winter activity season is in full swing, take steps today to warm up and loosen your muscles so you can hit the slopes or the rink pain free, as well as minimize after-activity soreness and fatigue.


Warm Up and Engage New Muscle Groups during the Pre-Season to Stay Injury Free

Before carving fresh tracks down the slopes this winter or lacing up your skates to hit the rink with your kids, it is important to incorporate a combination of regular stretching and therapeutic massage sessions for an active and injury free winter season. The key to keeping active during the winter months and staying off your family’s injured list is to focus on body flexibility and lengthening your muscles in the pre-season. Many of the popular wintertime activities (skiing, snowboarding and skating) physically impact your lower body, thereby creating a need for you to focus your stretching and strength efforts on hip, hamstring and trunk/lower back flexibility. 

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