Imagine a quiet, peaceful room. Maybe the only sound present is pleasant sounds over the stereo. You’re laying down on a table, completely relaxed as a trained professional lightly lays hands over different spots on your body. You experience a surge of healthy energy flowing through your body as the massage therapist is with you. You leave feeling refreshed, reenergized, lighter and happier. You just experienced Reiki and everything wonderful that comes with this type of healing.
What if we told you it was potentially possible to ease issues like mild pain and stress through a special massage called Reflexology? Who isn’t up for a massage that can do something like that?
Based on a theory that the feet, hands, and ears are connected to particular organs and body systems, during a reflexology massage, the pressure is applied to different points in these areas to target more specific organs and systems.
Three years ago, during the last Summer Olympics in Rio the world watched as Michael Phelps made his return to the swimming pool. However, this time his debut was different. Phelps was sporting several circular bruises on his body, a result of Massage Cupping. After his first appearance, cupping was a hot topic of discussion, but what do we know about this treatment?
We made it to our final post in our series about Manual Lymphatic Drainage! Throughout this series, we’ve walked you through the Lymphatic System and how MLD massages go hand-in-hand. We’ve discussed the benefits of receiving Manual Lymphatic Drainage, but what about after the massage is over? In this post, we’re offering up tips on how to keep your Lymphatic System in check even after you hop off the massage table.
Cancer touches all our lives in some way or another. Whether you’re battling cancer now, you’ve beaten it or you have a loved one who has or is undergoing a cancer journey - in some way or another cancer is part of all our lives. With that being said we can all agree...