In a world in which everyone is on deadline and two-day delivery from Amazon is the norm, clients often expect to be pain-free after a single massage therapy session. It's just a crick in my neck, patients say. A quick massage is all that's needed to erase that ache, right? While I would love to ... Read More about Why Massage Therapy Isn’t a Quick Fix
At the end of this month, I'll be continuing my training in CranioSacral Therapy. I'm very excited to offer this new service to my clients. But many of you may be wondering what CranioSacral Therapy is, and why you would want it. CranioSacral Therapy is based on the theory that the craniosacral ... Read More about What is Craniosacral Therapy?
Have you ever noticed the thin, translucent film covering a raw chicken breast? That is fascia, connective tissue that wraps around every muscle, bone and fiber in your body. And up until about 10 years ago, fascia was dismissed as virtually meaningless – something to be pulled away so you could get ... Read More about Fascia: What is it and How Does it Impact Your Wellbeing?
If you've ever suffered from plantar fasciitis, you know how painful this common condition can be. You've probably also noticed that the pain is worse when you first get up in the morning or after extended periods of inactivity and lessens after you walk around a bit. In other words, disuse ... Read More about Move of the Month: Rolling the Plantar Fascia
Peeing a little when you sneeze, run or cough is a normal part of getting older, right? Wrong! Women should not pee or leak a little as they age. Every woman has heard of the importance of doing kegels. While women's magazines tout this exercise as the key to mind-blowing sex, kegels provide a ... Read More about Move of the Month: Kegels