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CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral Therapy is a light-touch approach that can facilitate dramatic improvements in your health and well-being. It was founded by Dr. John Upledger an Osteopathic Physician who did clinical trials and extensive scientific research at Michigan State University from 1975-1983 to prove the effects of CranioSacral Therapy on the body and how it works. It [...]

CranioSacral Therapy2019-08-18T17:07:50-05:00

Lymph Drainage Massage For Breast Cancer Survivors

Massage therapists versed in lymph drainage massage are in a position to assist the growing population of women who have received breast cancer treatment. The American Cancer Society estimates there will be over 252,000 new cases of breast cancer in 2017, the most common type of cancer in the U.S., accounting for almost 155 of all [...]

Lymph Drainage Massage For Breast Cancer Survivors2017-10-25T15:05:45-05:00

Massage Therapy May Boost Immune System Functioning

A growing body of research indicates massage therapy can benefit the immune system, especially important during winter months. People looking to fend off cold and flu as the winter months arrive should speak to a massage therapist about prevention strategies. Regular massages have been shown to make the immune system stronger, according to studies. “Researchers [...]

Massage Therapy May Boost Immune System Functioning2017-05-10T21:40:31-05:00

5 Practical Methods for Managing Chronic or Acute Joint and Muscle Pain

When your muscles ache, whether because it is the day after a tough workout or because you experience some chronic orthopedic pain, it can be difficult to accomplish your daily tasks. When all you can focus on is the desire for pain relief, finding a method for managing that pain that works for you is [...]

5 Practical Methods for Managing Chronic or Acute Joint and Muscle Pain2017-09-01T15:29:21-05:00

Cupping Therapy Discussion…

After hearing a lot about Cupping Therapy lately, I decided it was time to learn something about it. WebMD claims that supporters of cupping therapy believe the suction of the cups mobilizes blood flow to promote the healing of a broad range of medical ailments. Cupping therapy dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle [...]

Cupping Therapy Discussion…2017-05-10T23:06:07-05:00

Sitting or Standing, Office Workers Need Massage.

Recent research into the negative health consequences of sitting all day has fueled the popularity of sit-stand desks, which allow employees to alternate between sitting and standing—and which might provide new challenges to massage therapists. If office workers spend more time standing, will those aches and pains become a thing of the past? Not likely, [...]

Sitting or Standing, Office Workers Need Massage.2017-05-10T23:06:20-05:00

Why Massage Is a Necessity, Not a Luxury

Written by Lilliane Caron Generally when people think of the word 'massage' they associate it with 'luxury', 'indulgence' and 'pampering'. It's seen as a treat, and something people may allow themselves once or twice a year. The notion that massage is 'just an indulgence' is not true. The benefits of massage are endless and something very [...]

Why Massage Is a Necessity, Not a Luxury2017-09-01T15:29:55-05:00

Text Neck And Injuries Of The Digital Age

By Karen Menehan September 16, 2015 Not that long ago, a forearm made sore by too much computer mousing was the extent of technology-related injuries a person might experience. But the widespread use of an increasing variety of technology—pads, laptops, smartphones—has detonated a cache of related conditions, from tight necks and sore backs to painful [...]

Text Neck And Injuries Of The Digital Age2017-05-10T23:07:11-05:00