You shouldn’t live in fear of text neck, just be mindful of how your body feels throughout, just like you should with any daily activity. Being aware of your body and posture while using any device can help reduce the risk of injury and pain.
For many, massage therapy is considered a very important part of their health care; and as such, needs to be taken seriously. While a massage will surely feel amazing, there’s a few things you can do to make sure you’re getting the most benefit from those sessions.
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A major concern for many people when they come to get a massage, especially if it’s their first time ever receiving one, is how much of their clothing they’ll need to remove and how they’ll be covered throughout the massage. It’s perfectly understandable. As your therapist, I’m asking you to put yourself in a rather vulnerable state, and I have the upmost respect for that. My focus is making you comfortable every step of the way. So there’s a few things you might want to understand so that you can stay as relaxed as possible during your massage session.
Whether you get regular massages to help with an injury, loosen your muscles after a training session, ease the pain of an injury or medical condition you’re experiencing, or just as pure relaxation, we want you to get the most out of your massage. There are ways to maximize the benefits of your massage, and there are ways that can have the opposite effect you’re going for. Here are a few dos and don’ts to help you get the most out of your massage.
I’ve been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2002, but I can vividly remember my VERY FIRST massage in 1996. It was simply something fun and relaxing to do for an hour while on vacation 💆♀️ THAT ONE HOUR CHANGED MY LIFE! 🤩 In that session I was amazed at how much it helped with my repetitive use […]
Deep Pressure vs Deep Tissue Massage…. Is there a difference? YES!!! https://youtu.be/Gj9e0kfDcxI Deep pressure refers to mechanical pressure applied to the tissues of the body. This generally refers to intense pressure which may or may not be appropriate depending on the tissue quality, muscle group and purpose. Deep Tissue is an evidence-based massage modality that […]