More often than not, massage therapists are seen as a luxury, utilized when one needs to relax and unwind or wants to pamper themselves. The healing properties of different massage modalities often go overlooked, when in reality therapeutic massage could be exactly what you need to recover from an injury or an illness. Craniosacral massage is a gentle technique that is ideal when a patient has experienced a physical or emotional trauma. One of the many craniosacral therapy benefits is…

The Benefits of Prenatal Massage
Friday, 02 February 2018 15:53

If you are an expecting mother, you know all too well that your body is going through some major changes. Whether you are early in your first trimester or rounding the corner of month nine, taking care of your body is of the utmost priority for both you and your baby. Prenatal massage can be a widely beneficial part of your self care routine as you prepare to welcome a new life into your home. Considering Prenatal Massage First thing…

Massage Therapy Appointment FAQs Answered
Tuesday, 02 January 2018 15:13

Going to your first massage therapy appointment can be a nerve-wracking experience when you don't know what to expect. There are many questions that might be running through your mind: “What do I wear?” “What if I fall asleep?” “What if I don't like it?” Massage therapy is a great addition to any wellness routine, so we're here to tell you: there's nothing to fear! We're answering some of the most commonly asked questions about what happens at a massage…

How To Handle Holiday Stress
Friday, 01 December 2017 12:39

They say the holiday season is the most joyful time of the year, but as many of us know, the holidays come with busy schedules, high stress and a never ending to-do list. In an effort to host the perfect holiday dinner, we find ourselves pushing our own priorities to the wayside as our houses fill with family members and our tables fill with food. Whether you drew the short straw this year and are having holiday festivities at your…

What Is Sitting All Day Doing To Your Body?
Thursday, 16 November 2017 10:07

As technology become more and more popular, we find ourselves spending the majority of our days sitting. If you work at a desk job, you spend 8 to 10 hours sitting while at work, then you likely sit in your car on your way home where you sit in your living room to watch television, browse the internet or read. You may workout after work or squeeze in 60 to 90 minutes of activity on a day-to-day basis. This type…

Why Your Massage Therapist Should Have A Degree
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 09:32

Many people are unaware that massage therapists come from many different backgrounds, not all of which are created equal. As massage therapy becomes a more and more important part of health and wellness, there has been a significant increase in the number of therapists. The American Massage Therapy Association estimates there are between 300,000 and 350,000 therapists in the United States currently. So, how do you know which is the best therapist for you? Why Your Massage Therapist Needs a…
5 Reasons to Get a Downtown Denver Massage You’re a busy professional. A full-time-and-then-some employee. Maybe you’re just an on-the-go Denverite. Whatever the case, a busy lifestyle is demanding on your mind and body. You probably don’t realize the toll it takes on you because, well, you’re too busy. Here are five reasons to slow down long enough to enjoy a downtown Denver massage. 1. You’re Sitting All Day at the Office Have you heard that sitting is the new…
For years, coaches, trainers and athletes alike have sworn by massage therapy. Now, as more and more supporting evidence has become available, their conclusions are proving to be valid. The most trusted and respected name in massage therapy, the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), asserts that athletes, or those participating in exercise programs, can benefit from massage therapy. Alongside exercise, massage has been shown to enhance athletic performance, reduce muscle tension, increase the range of motion, reduce swelling, and improve…
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