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We’ve all felt it at some point…that awful ache and tingling in the buttocks and lower back. Sometimes it shoots right down your leg to behind the knee. If you suffer from Piriformis Syndrome, you understand better than any of us what a struggle it can be! We’re going to take a quick look at […]

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This month, I thought I would give one of my respected colleagues, Kyle Arsenault from Top Fitness, an opportunity to be a guest blogger on my site.  I have been working with the Top Fitness team for four years and could not be happier with the fitness results! Kyle has written some insights on gluten […]

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Last year I wrote a blog about body image and self esteem. Most of us are our own worst critics, and that’s fine. But we should be very careful about how we talk about ourselves in front of our children! I have a beautiful 5-year-old daughter and a 10-year-old son. They are the light of […]

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  I get asked a lot about massage therapy for concussions. It’s actually not quite massage, but there is a type of manual bodywork called Craniosacral Therapy. Many people don’t know what this is, or how important it can be to alleviating concussion symptoms. Here are some of the many symptoms of concussions that can […]

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This is a follow-up to a blog I wrote a few years ago. After so many years as a massage therapist, the most common question I hear is still, “How often should I get a massage?” The answer actually isn’t simple. Massage for the healthy As a general rule, if you are a healthy person with […]

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This is a follow-up to my November 2015 Blog. I am about to finish up the STOTT Pilates Intensive Mat training and starting up the Intensive Reformer training! I wanted to take the Mat training so that I would be able to give people exercise suggestions that they could do at home to improve and […]

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As a Massage Therapist, I am constantly observing the bodies of people around me. I watch a person’s gait as they walk, how they hold their shoulders, if they walk with a limp…I could go on and on. One location where I try to avoid watching people is at the gym, although for me it’s like […]

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Happy 2016! Another year has gone by, and it seems that each year is passing faster than the last! This blog about trying an electronics detox is a follow up to one I wrote in November of 2013 called, “Is the Zombie Apocalypse here? Social Media Overload.” People are always setting goals in the New […]

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There are often some misconceptions about the differences between sympathy and empathy. Empathy is the ability to feel and relate to another person’s story. Sympathy has its place, but there is usually a lack of perspective or shared emotions. In my practice, I have to remind myself that I am only here to try to […]

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I am beginning my STOTT Pilates certification process in January of 2016. Whenever I mention this to people, some will ask me if I want to teach Pilates while also doing massage therapy. Others will just say, “I hate Pilates.” The truth is, before I discovered STOTT Pilates, I hated it too. I tried doing […]

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