In our wellness series launch, we encouraged you to skip New Year’s Resolutions, to count your blessings, and to reflect on your values as the starting point in your wellness journey. In this post we want to offer some concrete suggestions for making micro-wellness moves. The following suggestions are designed to be simple and low effort but serve as foundational habits in your day.
Welcome 2021! It’s tempting to believe that life will get easier as we ring in the New Year. Equally tempting is the desire to make New Year’s resolutions about how this year, things will be different. We tell ourselves that this is the year we eat better, exercise more, give up our bad habits, or hit our professional goals. If we are honest with ourselves, we know deep in our hearts that this doesn’t work.
We blend manual therapy, Thai massage, Russian massage, and Tui Na in a unique style that helps to balance and restore an athlete’s body. This approach boosts both the training and the recovering phases.
Chronic Pain can rob you of your life. We have many therapeutic tools that will alleviate your suffering and help you live your fullest possible life. We work closely with your other practitioners to ensure a cohesive treatment plan.
Cupping is an ancient Chinese healing art. Its methodology is very simple. Glass or plastic cups are used in a state of vacuum to gently pull the skin and underlying connective tissue.
Medical massage is the application of specific treatments targeted to the unique problems presented by the patient. The medical massage therapist administers massage after a thorough assessment and evaluation.
Thai massage really stands out as a massage modality for individuals with chronic pain or athletes who ask a lot of their bodies. For both types of people, Thai massage excels at bringing balance to the entire body, lengthening muscles and separating stuck muscle groups.
Traumatic life experiences can leave scars that are difficult to see but are nonetheless stored in the body. Massage therapy offered in a safe and nurturing environment is an integral part of recovering from these traumatic events.