With the weather warming up and summer on its way, more people will be outside enjoying the weather. That also means allergy season and sinus issues are on the rise. Did you know that Lymph Drainage Therapy can help with that? Lymph Drainage Therapy for Sinus Relief Lymph Drainage Therapy (LDT), or Manual Lymphatic Drainage […]

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Myofascial Swedish Class

BY: Jill Kozhevnikov What is fascia? Fascia is a network of connective tissue (like a collagen casing) that surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber, and muscle in place; it provides internal structure and has nerves that make it almost as sensitive as skin. When fascia is healthy it is malleable and […]

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BY: Jill Kozhevnikov I like to think of my approach as Deep Enough Tissue Massage. It’s not a matter of if you can “take it,” it’s a matter of what’s the most effective approach. If your nervous system feels like it is under attack, then your muscles will contract to protect you from a threat. […]

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For many individuals, the winter months bring with them an increase in seasonal illnesses like colds and flu, sinus infections, congestion, respiratory complaints, and more. Lymphatic drainage therapy (LDT) is a way to reduce the incidence of these complaints. Administered as gentle massage therapy, LDT helps to remove toxins and generally improves overall health and […]

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As a massage therapist, 95% of my clients come in reporting pain somewhere on or very close to the spine. I have spent many years studying modalities to provide the best bodywork I can, but it will take much more than a massage to get rid of the pain. I became a certified STOTT PILATES […]

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By now many of you have already heard, beginning January 1, 2022, we will no longer be offering Integrated Manual Therapy as a standalone service! Integrated Manual Therapy is changing into an Orthopedic Session which will be a combination of manual therapy AND movement. This means that it will be at least a 90 minute […]

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I’ve been practicing massage therapy for 20 years now. Over the past few years, and especially in 2020, I’ve noticed that while my clients come to me with the sole purpose of relaxation and rejuvenation, they often bring up anxiety provoking subjects. This is why I want to talk about the value of mindfulness practice […]

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What was once seen as an indulgence, self-care activities such as mediation, taking a personal day off of work, or getting a massage are not only acceptable but as research now shows, a recommended part of leading a more positive and healthy life. Especially now during the pandemic, caring for your mental and physical wellbeing […]

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