Massage and Diabetes

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Did you know that diabetes affects almost 10% of the population? It’s a frustrating condition for many people that can completely alter their day-to-day activities. Every bite of food and any physical activity has to be taken into account. Diabetes affects insulin in the body. Insulin is what regulates blood sugar levels so our cells […]

Eating in Season is better for Your Body and Wallet

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As the weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, we tend to focus more on the quality of our food. Whether you’re trying to lose a little weight or just make some healthier choices, you’ll often hear people say it’s more expensive to eat healthy. While that is sometimes the case, it […]

Gifts for Mother’s Day

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Life has been upended lately, and that means there’s a good chance that you haven’t thought much about Mother’s Day, or you may be struggling to come up with a gift idea that you can afford with your current situation. So here are a few ideas to help… Give her an experience: Making memories is […]

How to make your home office ergonomic and productive

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The current government lock-down has you suddenly working from home, and many of you do not have access to a private home office and are likely making due with what you have. Using your dining room table or couch for work spaces is not the best for keeping your body in proper position. Here are […]

How Walking changes your Body

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You probably know that being active is important to maintaining your health. Most of the time when we talk about being active, we think about lifting weights, running, or taking some intense aerobics class. But did you know that walking can have a major impact on your health? Walking Boosts Your Mood & Energy: Getting […]

Staying Healthy during the Covid 19 Health Crisis

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These are confusing and challenging times. As therapists we know you are stressed and we miss being able to help you terribly. We have put together a list of ideas on how you can safeguard yourself against respiratory illness. Some of these are proven, some are not, and we encourage you to always follow CDC […]

How your lower Back Pain and Hip Pain may be connected

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The body is intricately designed with nerve endings and connective tissues that intertwine to form a beautiful structure capable of everything from minute movements, to running a marathon, to surviving in some of the harshest conditions on earth. With these capabilities comes vulnerability, so it’s no surprise that we experience pain from time to time. […]

What Is Cupping Therapy—And Should You add it to your Massage?

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Therapeutic cupping has a fascinating and diverse history, and is estimated to be roughly 3,000 to 5,000 years old, found throughout countries such as China, Egypt, Bulgaria and North Africa. A common theme regarding the beliefs behind the benefits of cupping is that it provides better energy flow, releases toxins, heals disease, eases pain and […]

Relaxing Ideas for Valentine’s Day

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For many couples, Valentine’s Day consists of an expensive dinner and a fun filled night out. But the pressure to make the day some big romantic event often takes over and it’s not nearly as enjoyable as it could be. So, what would it look like if you made Valentine’s Day a fun, relaxing experience […]

5 tips for a Great nights Sleep

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Did you know that an estimated 40 million people have sleep disorders? The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that almost 30 percent of U.S. adults get 6 hours of sleep or less every night. And even if you’re diligent about getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep per night that’s necessary for […]