Marathon Massage Sessions: When To Book Deep-Tissue Massages During Your Build-Up

Posted on: 8 November 2019

Although a marathon race is tough, the training needed just to get the start line is the toughest part. During your marathon build-up, you need to find ways to keep you legs feeling good and make sure that your muscles are recovering from all of your hard training. Strategically scheduling deep-tissue massages during your marathon build-up can be one of the most effective ways to get you to the starting line, ready to break the finishing tape.
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Are You Starting A Weight Loss Program? 3 Benefits Of Using Massage Therapy Services To Enhance Your Success

Posted on: 3 September 2019

When you first think about weight loss programs, one of the last things you might think is that laying on a massage table could help you meet your goals. After all, most people focus strictly on diet and exercise to get the weight to drop off. While you definitely need to eat a healthy diet and workout regularly, you can also add massage therapy to your plans to help you enjoy three benefits for managing your weight.
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How Do Massage Therapy And Acupuncture Help With Chiropractic Treatment?

Posted on: 28 June 2019

A lot of Americans are putting down the prescribed medication and looking towards alternative treatments as they try to deal with the aches and pains that life may have sent their way. The allure of these alternative treatments is quite hard to resist. The cost of regular medication is skyrocketing and there doesn't seem to be a reduction in the number of side effects you can experience as a result. 
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How Will Massage Therapy Help With Your Anxiety?

Posted on: 26 April 2019

When you have chronic anxiety, doing the smallest of tasks can feel like torture. Your heart starts racing, palms get sweaty, you have trouble focusing, and your breath comes to you in short bursts at the thought of anything that triggers your nerves. Anxiety can be based off both mental stimuli as well as a chemical imbalance in the brain and is often treated with both medication and alternative healing methods, like massage therapy.
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