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"Touch comes before sight, before speech. It is the first language and the last, and it always tells the truth. – Margaret Atwood"
Recent Blog Posts
My intention is to bring healing into people’s lives through massage therapy and yoga. While there are no secrets to good health, here are a few tips to keep in mind and lead you down a path to wellness. Wellness Tips 1. Make it a daily challenge to find ways to move your body. 2. Spend 30 minutes a day doing something you like to reduce stress. (i.e., soak in a tub, get a massage, play with your dog) 3. A balanced diet, exercise and rest can help you...
Massage frequency–How often should I get a massage? Clients often ask me how often they should get a massage. A standard recommendation for wellness maintenance is once a month. But let’s consider your needs and goals for massage as well as your budget and individual condition and lifestyle. The effects of massage are cumulative; one massage builds on another. If you receive your massages too far apart, then with each massage you are reverting back to your original state. If you are including massage in a general wellness plan...
Here’s a great article written by Charlotte Bell from Elephant Journal. As a Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher, I see a lot of injuries from overstretched ligaments. It’s important to balance strength and flexibility, to be more stable in our joints. Yogis, Be Careful with Your Joints. ~ Charlotte Bell Last spring, I was honored to be invited to co-teach a training at Avenues Yoga Studio in Salt Lake City. The 20-some students were earnest, curious and right on board with our slower-than-usual approach to asana practice, and our...