A massage therapist has the brain of a scientistπŸ”¬, the heart πŸ’œ of a humanist, and the hands of an artist πŸ™Œ

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A great massage therapist is like a pot of gold at the end of rainbow…hard to find, lucky to have!

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Be proactive when it comes to your health. Headaches are a pain, literally πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ˜©
Meditation, yoga, & massage are great for reducing stress. Get to sleep early, stand/sit up straight, and exercise.
You get 1 life, treat it well.

Same message goes for massage therapy too. Some clients may feel instant relief but for many, especially those with chronic pain, it may take several sessions. Muscle tension and improper biomechanics/movement did not happen over night but rather over months, even years. Therefore, for a muscle/s to release, more than 1 session is likely needed along with retraining for proper posture and movement. As an LMT, my job is to facilitate healing.

Upper Back & Neck Pain
Tension Headaches
Low Back Pain or Sciatica
Elbow Tendinitis
Should Pain and/or Rotator Cuff injury in the shoulders
Numbness & Tingling into the arm or hand

All of these symptoms above could be the result of your daily habits. Pain won’t go away on it own. You have to take action today and each day after.

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Good Posture = Preventative Self Care
Poor Posture = Poor Health

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Stress, anxiety, anger, and/or fear that is ignored will show up as physical symptoms such as muscle tension, headaches/migraines, heart disease, diabetes and more. These symptoms do not have to be your norm. There are things you can do to improve your health and massage therapy is at the top of the list. πŸ’†β€β™‚οΈπŸ’†β€β™€οΈ