Changes. They start off small, the long lasting one’s at least. Change can come suddenly, without warning or possibly slowly overtime and anywhere in between. Little did I know that 2017 would be a year of change for me. Change that is starting off small. Let me share with you…. Last year was a year
Do you believe you’re a broken machine who needs fixing? I’m here to tell you that you are not broken, dear one. You don’t need to be fixed. Even if you literally have a broken bone in your body, you, a human being, are not broken. Most of us are so stuck in our heads,
Whether we Chicagoans like it or not, it’s starting to get cold outside! And what happens when the weather turns? You guessed it, colds and the flu! “What do I do when I’m starting to not feel well?” “What do I do about my session if I’m sick?” These two questions are usually at the
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Do you walk around noticing how many of us are on our cell phones these days? Instead of looking at each other or the world around us, the vast majority of us have our heads down looking at our cellular or wireless devices in front of us. While the convenience of wireless devices makes life
The Root of the Matter This past May, I found myself traveling to Madison, WI for a weekend long seminar on myofascial release through the, John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Seminars (http://www.myofascialrelease.com), series called ‘Fascial-Pelvis’. We spent the weekend learning that when you help to correct imbalances in the pelvic girdle and surrounding structures, such
Illustration by Heather Fraelick Uncovering the Mysteries of the Illiopsoas Muscle The illiopsoas muscle is making a name for itself in many sessions as of late and I am writing this article to share some more information on it in an effort to shed light on what it is, where it is located in the
Photo by Andrew Stamm Massage…More Than A Luxury? Modern thought is that massage therapy is a luxury and only good for pampering. However, if one considers recent studies that are showing 90% of disease in the body is stress related and massage therapy is a tool to help manage stress, it may be beneficial to
Photo by Andrew Stamm On July 21, 2011, results from a Consumer Reports survey showed that hands on treatments, such as deep tissue massage therapy, were more effective than prescription drugs for ailments such as neck pain. The survey even shows that deep tissue massage was found to be as effective as drugs for fibromyalgia.