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Sports Massage

Besides being our most popular service, sports massage will invigorate your muscles before or after a sporting event and provide your body with a much-needed circulatory boost. As with every [...]

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Medical Massage

This is a specialized form of massage that is specifically designed if you are experiencing chronic pain. If you have tried different methods of treating your pain and have not found [...]

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Integrative Recovery Massage

"Integrative Recovery" is a term we have coined to encompass a variety of techniques that our therapists use to help with pain management. We created this choice to allow the [...]

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Soft Tissue Release

Soft Tissue Release is a form of bodywork designed specifically around the area of neuromuscular therapy. This type of therapy focuses on increasing recovery rates of muscular injuries, fixing muscular [...]

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Myofascial Decompression Therapy (Cupping)

Feeling stiff and sore? Or maybe just a nagging discomfort in muscles that you are overusing. This ancient technique (known as Chinese Cupping) is now being re-modified to fit Western [...]

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What Is Your Gut Telling You?

Are you aware that 80% of your immune system is located in your gut and close to 90% of neurotransmitters are produced in the gut? (digestive tract). Probiotics promote good bacteria in the gut and this type of bacteria plays a vital role in our overall health. The gastrointestinal tract is a very complex bodily function and there are more than 100 trillion types of friendly bacteria in this isolated area (which is more than ten times the amount of...

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Kinesiotaping Benefits

Kinesiotaping Benefits

  Kinesiotaping was developed in the late 1970s by Kenzo Kase, who is not only a chiropractor, licensed acupuncturist, but also a moxibustion therapist. He went about to develop Kinesio tape, because he wanted his patients to have long lasting relief (between appointments). This tape is usually latex-free, which is great news for the many people that may be allergic to latex-based products. Kinesio taping has been around for decades (which may surprise many individuals), and when applied correctly, can...

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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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Beginner’s Guide to Eating Clean

Beginner's Guide to Eating Clean - E-motion Sports Massage

It is easier to explain what eating clean is not, rather than what it is.  It is not a calorie restriction diet, it is not about depriving yourself of delicious foods and most importantly, it is not about perfection.  If you following the guidelines listed below more than 75% of the time, you are on the right track to eating clean. Basically, when choosing to eat clean, you are making a choice to minimize processed foods (like candy bars and...

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What’s the Deal with the Chinese Cupping?

  What's the Deal with Chinese Cupping? Chinese cupping has been around for centuries, and today it is still used to effectively treat stress and remove harmful toxins from the body. Traditionally, this type of alternative healing method has been used on individuals that suffer with a chronic cough or chest congestion. Cupping is an effective treatment in eliminating pain associated with arthritis, as well as ailments that involved the lungs and stomach. In addition, Chinese cupping is used to...

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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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Self-Massage Guide: Legs

Self-Massage Guide

Self Massage Guide: Legs Whether your legs are tired from being exercised (walking, standing, cycling), need to get blood flowing, because you may have been sitting behind a desk for eight-plus hours or they just want to feel relaxed – daily massaging of your own legs helps to reduce stress, pain, swelling and fatigue. Also, unsightly cellulite may be reduced for more attractive looking legs. In addition, when self-massaging legs, the lymphatic system is stimulated. The lymphatic system helps the...

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Self Massage Guide: Scalp

Self-Massage Guide

Self Massage Guide: Scalp If you have ever had your hair professionally washed, then you have been the recipient of a mini-scalp massage. There is a long list of benefits that occur when a self-massage of the scalp is done regularly and they include: 1. Scalp health improves, and in some cases individuals have reduced (and even eliminated) signs and symptoms of dandruff (dry, flaky skin). 2. Circulations improves, which helps relief stress, and allows much needed nutrients to get...

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Self-Massage Guide: Feet

Self-Massage Guide

 Self-Massage Guide: Feet Day after day, our feet bear all of our body weight, and a majority of the time they are confined in nylons/socks and high heels (or some other sort of form restrictive footwear). After a long day – a foot massage feels great (both mentally and physically). Reflexology is an alternative and holistic way for the body to heal itself, and minimize pain. Foot reflexology, in particular has been known to relieve headaches, chronic sinus issues and...

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