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Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Massage: An Ahhh Moment

Take a moment to look closely at these Spring flowers—the details, the color, the vibrancy. Then notice, at the same time, what you perceive in your body as you are been touched by this beau...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Acupuncture Relieves Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), also known as median nerve entrapment, occurs when swelling or irritation of the tendons in the carpal tunnel results in pressure on the median nerve. This caus...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Massage Helps Combat Winter Blues

Seasonal depression affects many of us. If you have found yourself experiencing the winter blues, try the following tips to help overcome depression and restore joy to your life. Get a massa...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

What is Acupressure Bodywork?

We’ve chosen to feature Acupressure this week because it is an excellent way to refresh ourselves, balance our energies, and help us get ready for Spring. Acupressure Bodywork is the traditi...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

How Massage Can Benefit Our Relationships

Oxytocin—the hormone-like chemical produced in the brain when we feel safe, connected, and receive caring touch—regulates the arousal level of our nervous system, and it produces a sense of ...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Oxytocin, Caring Touch, and Well-being

Oxytocin is a naturally occurring chemical produced in the brain when we feel safe, nurtured, and receive caring touch. It acts like a hormone in our bodies to regulate the arousal level of ...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Dwell in Your Own Tranquility

Beauty Over against the world With all its turbulence, Distraction and worry, One can only cultivate a mind That can reach through To an inner stillness and calm. The world cannot ruffle The...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Robin Malmquist, Seifukujitsu Therapist

I have been practicing massage for over 20 years. My goal with each massage is to discover and address the client’s individual needs for balance, alignment, and vitality. My style is similar...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Powering Down Our Brain

Why do we spend roughly 10 percent of our waking hours with our eyes closed, blinking far more often than is actually necessary to keep our eyeballs lubricated? Scientists have found that th...
Massage Therapy Center · 1Y ago

Immunity-Enhancing Foods

A surprising immune-building food that will keep you strong all winter is lean beef since it is full of iron and zinc, which protect against infection by bacteria, viruses, and parasites, ac...