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Tuina

Tuina can be translated as push/pull or push and grasp in Chinese. It combines both massageĀ and medical theory and practice that includes the modern Swedish massage we commonly know today. In China, Tuina practitioner's study for over 7 years to learn more than relaxing massage techniques. They are the equivalent of our massage therapist, physical [...]

By | November 8th, 2016|Fascial Stretch Therapy, Massage, Massage Therapy|Comments Off on Tuina

What’s Your Reason for Massage?

The thought of receiving a massage often brings up images of a spa where one has the time and space to fully let-go and relax. This type of relaxation stress-relieving massage is crucial for our busy task-laden lives. Time spent away from technology, our work space, and distraction is why so many are flocking toward [...]

By | August 1st, 2016|Massage, Massage Therapy|Comments Off on What’s Your Reason for Massage?

How to Exercise After Massage

General recommendations for working out after a massage include waiting 24 hours for moderate to strenuous exercise, heavy lifting, sprinting/running, high-intensity workouts (MassageTherapy.com- Bishop). Until that 24 hours has passed, light movement such as walking and swimming are advised, with most therapists highly recommending a warm Epsom salt bath to help flush out released toxins [...]

By | March 18th, 2015|Exercise, Massage, Massage Therapy, Movement Integration|0 Comments