Massage Therapy

Sports Massage- The Secret to Optimal Performance, Better recovery and Injury Prevention While for some people, massage therapy is a well-earned relaxation gift to themselves, its original purpose was to help our muscles recover from damage and aid our bodies in self-healing. These intensive techniques help to relieve pain, promote circulation, and increase your overall quality of life. I have several intensive massage packages that will help your muscles prepare for an event or recover from whatever your body has...

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6 Ways to Naturally Treat Your Psoriasis

6 Ways to Naturally Treat Your Psoriasis

Psoriasis is when skin becomes inflamed, resulting in red, thick and itchy patches of skin (usually located on the scalp, back, knees and elbows).  Both sexes, usually between the ages of 15 and 30, can be affected with psoriasis.  This is not a contagious disorder and although the exact cause is not known, there are a few factors that can contribute to an outbreak of psoriasis.  Stress, obesity, heredity, change in weather, allergic reaction to medication, alcohol consumption and a...

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Repetition Doesn’t Work: Better Ways to Train Your Memory

We all have “forgotten” something at one time or another, but keeping a sharp mind will not only stimulate more creative ideas, but you may get more done, remember more and overall have better quality of life experiences. Below we have outlined some simple tips to improve your memory. 1. Notice your surroundings. Whether you are waiting on line, sitting in a restaurant or stuck in traffic, take a moment to look around and notice everything (the sky, the wall...

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How to Tell When You are Not Getting Enough Sleep

How to Tell When You are Not Getting Enough Sleep

How to Tell When You are Not Getting Enough Sleep More than 10% of the United States population experience chronic insomnia and according to a neurologist at the UCLA’s Sleep Disorder Center, if you do not feel refreshed after a nights rest, then you are more than likely not getting enough quality sleep. In general, most people require 71/2 to 81/2 hours of sleep per night.  A few questions to ask yourself to determine if you are getting less than...

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