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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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This is the second blog in a series about the benefits of Lymph Drainage Therapy. Most people have no idea what Lymph Drainage Therapy is.  Just hearing the word drainage might gross you out. However, LDT can be a powerful tool for improving your overall health and quality of life. And you don’t need to be sick in order […]

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Lymph Drainage Therapy (LDT), or Manual Lymphatic Drainage is the process of using gentle manual sequenced movements with the intent to help the Lymph system drain its stores of waste out of your body.  When your Lymph system is not flowing correctly, it doesn’t take long for your body to feel the negative effects.  There […]

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  Whether you’re a marathon runner or trying to get out of a workout rut with a new fitness routine, it’s important to incorporate exercises that strengthen your core. Pilates is a complete mind-body method of physical conditioning that focuses on the core of the body.  It will improve your overall fitness and help prevent […]

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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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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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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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