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Alex Naydenov – Neuromuscular Therapist, Deep Tissue Massage and Sports Massage Specialist

Alex Naydenov – Neuromuscular Therapist, Deep Tissue Massage and Sports Massage Specialist

“I can deliver deep pressure, and work on painful areas with a gentle and meticulous touch. I strive to provide the best treatment for every patient, as well as educating my patients on how to take care of their bodies themselves.”

Alex NaydenovAlex Naydenov started his Massage Therapy Studies in Bulgaria at Massage Therapy School Omega, Plovdiv in 2010. He had the opportunity to practice Massage Therapy in some of the most popular and best reviewed Massage Therapy Clinics in Bulgaria.

He worked as a professional yoga instructor in Sofia, Bulgaria, so he blends a yoga background with a number of therapeutic techniques from various modalities combining Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy.

After moving permanently to the USA, he decided to deepen his Massage Therapy knowledge, pursuing more education at Denver Integrative Massage School. He successfully passed 600 hours training in Healing Massage Techniques, Traditional Thai Massage Level 1, 2, and 3, basics in Myofacial Release. Alex specialized in Medical/Therapeutic and Sports Massage. He has received extensive training in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy and Trigger Points.

Alex strives to provide the highest level of care customizing massage therapy treatment around specific focus, need or goal for every patient. Alex can deliver deep pressure, and work on painful areas with gentle and meticulous touch. He strives to provide the best treatment for every client, as well as educating his clients on how to take care of their bodies themselves.

CO MT License #18946
Licensed Massage Therapist

Massage Specialist in:

Neuromuscular Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Chair Massage, General Wellness

Denver Massage Therapist – Alexandra Stepanova

Denver Massage Therapist – Alexandra Stepanova

“I have always been fascinated by the healing powers of Mother Nature. I aspire to help my patients find relief and relaxation amidst the everyday stresses of life, and improve their understanding and awareness about the connection between their physical and mental health.”

Alexandra has always been passionate about Massage Therapy and natural healing. Even though she was a college student in Economy, she fell more attracted to Massage, than economy.

She began her Massage Therapy career in 2011 after graduating an intense 600 hours program in medical healing massages at Massage Therapy school Omega in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Later on, she expanded her knowledge in the Massage Therapy field with a course in spa and wellness therapies. Since then, she has worked at various Massage Therapy clinics, Spa and Wellness centers and ski resorts.

In 2015 she accomplished a 120 hours program in Ayurveda at Ayurvedic Center Sofia, Bulgaria. This training has allowed her to incorporate body/mind medicine concepts in her work as a Massage Therapist.  She strives to improve her patients understanding and awareness about the connection between their physical and mental health.

Alexandra has an extensive training in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy, Trigger point therapy and Deep Tissue Therapy.

In 2017 Alexandra passed the Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) and became a licensed massage therapist in Colorado.

CO MT License #21043

Licensed Massage Therapist

Other Education

Bachelor of Economy – Insurance and Social work 2013, University on National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria

Massage Specialist in:

Neuromuscular Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Pre-natal, Aromatherapy, Reflexology

 

Reduce Pain, Improve Healing – Sports Injury – Health and Fitness – Skin Care – Acupuncture

Reduce Pain, Improve Healing – Sports Injury – Health and Fitness – Skin Care – Acupuncture

Reduce Pain, Improve Healing and Restore Normal Tissue Function

Similar to acupuncture in some ways, the practice of dry needling involves the insertion of thin needles into your body’s trigger points, or hyper-irritated muscle tissue. This unique procedure specifically targets and restores muscle function, with an emphasis on the reduction of painful inflammation and improved circulation. This is important, as continued activity with poor muscle function may lead to further tissue damage and increased pain…

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Returning to Sports After Injury: A Recipe for Success

Every athlete will inevitably suffer some type of injury. The goal, of course, is to reduce the chances of this occurring. What are the factors that predispose towards injury, and what can be done to lessen the chances of one occurring? What happens inside the body during injury, and what types of things can one do during that time? Finally, what is the best way to recover?

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Tennis Fitness Exercises

Over the past year, we have seen kids as young as 12 years with tears in rotator cuffs, tendonitis in the elbow, wrist, achilles and frightening stress fractures in the shoulders and lower back. We are seeing more and more young athletes present with limited flexibility, stability and strength…

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Don’t Let Bronchitis Knock the Wind Out of You – General Urgent Care

Urgent Care Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practicioners are excellent at listening to you lungs to see if you are wheezing or having poor air exchange. They are able to hear sounds that can suggest pneumonia, or hear crackles that may fluid in the lungs.

Dr. Hillel Z. Harris, MD, is a board-certified emergency physician at the Sports ER and Urgent Care Center, Inc., in Delray Beach, Florida. He specializes in the care of athletes, sports rehabilitation, and general urgent care. He has been practicing emergency medicine in Atlantis, Florida at JFK Medical Center since 2009…

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Olive Leaf May Lower Cholesterol Levels

Olive leaf, in particular, has been studied more and more over the years for its antioxidant and antimicrobial qualities, and for its ability to fight viral and yeast infections. And studies have shown that olive leaf extract can reduce LDL (“bad”) cholesterol and lower blood pressure, making it an excellent heart-protective nutrient…

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Skin Experts Harnessing Power of Radio Frequency and Ultrasound Technology for Tighter and More Youthful Looking Skin

It isn’t just for ’90s-era kitchens anymore. By harnessing the power of radio frequency and ultrasound technology, skin experts are zapping below the epidermal surface, “remodeling” tissue to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

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Benefits of Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a form of Chinese medicine that has been practiced for centuries. It’s based on the theory that energy, called “chi”, flows through and around your body along pathways called meridians. Acupuncture is done by putting very thin needles into your skin at certain points on your body. This is done to influence the energy flow.

You may feel slight pressure when a needle goes in. Most people find that it doesn’t hurt. The area may tingle, feel numb, itch, or be a little sore. Providers believe that this is a sign that the energy flow, or chi, has been accessed…

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Heal Your Body, Reduce Pain and Inflammation With Massage, Yoga, Acupuncture and Meditation

Heal Your Body, Reduce Pain and Inflammation With Massage, Yoga, Acupuncture and Meditation

The Benefit of Regular Massages

Most people are aware that getting regular massages has a multiplicative effective for relieving stress and promoting relaxation, but did you realize that the body actually learns what is ‘normal’ for it? The more you reinforce the sensation of relaxation, and easing of muscle tension, the easier it is for your body to return to that state in the future…

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How to Use a Detoxification Massage Strategy

There are many benefits typically experienced when you clear out your body through a total detoxification system. For example, your immune system is strengthened and you have a better chance of not getting sick…

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The Origins of Yoga

The earliest accounts of yoga-practices are in the Buddhist Nikayas. Parallel developments were recorded around 400 CE in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, which combines pre–philosophical speculations and diverse ascetic practices of the first millennium BCE with Samkhya-philosophy…

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10 Reasons to Try Acupuncture

Did you know that more than three million adults visit an acupuncturist annually, according to the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine? Acupuncture was first introduced to Western Medicine in the 1600s and today, more than 3,000 U.S. physicians integrate the therapy into their clinical practices…

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Reduce Pain, Improve Healing and Restore Normal Tissue Function – Physical Therapy – Dry Needling

Similar to acupuncture in some ways, the practice of dry needling involves the insertion of thin needles into your body’s trigger points, or hyper-irritated muscle tissue. This unique procedure specifically targets and restores muscle function, with an emphasis on the reduction of painful inflammation and improved circulation. This is important, as continued activity with poor muscle function may lead to further tissue damage and increased pain…

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How to Reduce Inflammation in the Body – Yoga in the Morning – Best Time to Meditate

Heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, arthritis, acid reflux, bacterial or viral infections, candidiasis, and acne could all be signs of chronic, low-grade inflammation in the body. Chronic, low-grade inflammation is considered a leading cause of premature aging and disease…

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Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy for Yoga, Acupuncture and Physical Therapy Stress Relief

Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy for Yoga, Acupuncture and Physical Therapy Stress Relief

Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

MASSAGE THERAPY

For your therapeutic massage look no further than the Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy in the Cherry Creek District in Denver, Colorado. Get a variety of massages from licensed massage therapists.

Pain Relief Massages

Massage is well known for reducing stress and promoting relaxation. And, a growing body of research also shows that massage therapy is effective for relieving and managing chronic and acute pain, a significant national health problem.

According to the National Institute for Health, more than one-third of all Americans will suffer from chronic pain at some point in their lives…

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PHYSICAL THERAPY

Physical Therapy: The Center for Massage Therapy Way

The first step of your treatment process at the Denver Center for Massage Therapy will be to evaluate your injury. Before beginning, your therapist will ask you a variety of detailed questions in order to assess how the injury came about, and to determine its root cause. Once your injury has been identified and evaluated, we will work with you to lay out a treatment plan…

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YOGA

There are several basic types of yoga: Giyana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga. Their goal is the same, but their approaches are different. Each type of yoga focuses primarily on one aspect of the human personality.

The practice of separate branches of yoga in our lives is known as integral yoga which creates harmony between body, mind, and emotions and stimulates the expression of creativity and the creative potential of people in everyday life.

We strive to make our studio at the Center of Massage Therapy to be a small temple to transmit the principles of integral yoga and making yoga a way of life…

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ACUPUNCTURE

Try Acupuncture – An Excellent Stress-Relief Therapy

Acupuncture is a form of Chinese medicine that has been practiced for centuries. It’s based on the theory that energy, called “chi”, flows through and around your body along pathways called meridians.

Did you know that more than three million adults visit an acupuncturist annually, according to the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine?

Call the Center for Massage Therapy at 303-777-1151 to schedule your Acupuncture Treatment with our Licensed Acupuncturist Kalin Davidov and find out the benefits for yourself!

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Understanding The Mind-Body Connection Through The Healing Touch of Massage Therapy

Understanding The Mind-Body Connection Through The Healing Touch of Massage Therapy

How Does Massage Work?

The brain, the nervous system, and the skin are intimately linked from the very beginning.

“The skin is the surface of the brain.”

Approximately 1,000 nerve endings per square inch of skin, on average, are responding to temperature, pressure, stretch, vibration, light touch, chemical irritants, etc…

The brain and the nervous system never sleep, never take a break. It is constantly active and, in spite of comprising only 2% of our body mass, it uses 20% of our energy. It’s a very busy, hard working system!

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Recognizing The Mind-Skin Connection

The brain and nervous system influence the skin’s immune cells through various receptors and chemical messengers — neuropeptides, for example. Scientists are investigating these and other substances in the skin that may respond to psychological stress. They have already found that certain types of stress can interfere with the immune system, affecting the skin’s capacity to heal.

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Mind-Body Exercises & Heart Health

Harnessing the power of the mind-body connection.

Research has shown that when you imagine an experience, you often have similar mental and physical responses to those you have when the event actually happens.

…it is very important to minimize the negative effects and maximize the healthy, healing aspects of your mind-body connection.

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Massage Therapy Mind Body Healing

 

Visit the Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy in Denver, Colorado

As our primary approach to treatment, neuromuscular massage therapy addresses the impact the nervous system has on the health of our muscles and the overall strength of our bodies.

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy is a time efficient and effective treatment that works in conjunction with professional medical care.

Our Denver massage therapists deliver expert neuromuscular therapy in our Cherry Creek clinic.

Call 303-777-1151 for an appointment today!

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Give a Relaxing Massage as a Gift Certificate This Holiday Season

Give a Relaxing Massage as a Gift Certificate This Holiday Season

Center for Massage Therapy in Denver, Colorado

Massage gift certificates make great gift ideas for both men and women.

The Holidays are a perfect time to buy a Massage Therapy gift card for that special person in your life, even if that person is yourself. No need to go out to a crowded mall…

60 minute massage gift certificate $70
90 minute massage gift certificate $100

Or, choose a specific dollar amount for your massage gift certificate.

We now offer massage gift cards via online delivery!

Massage Therapy as a Gift To give a relaxing massage as a gift certificate or as an email to your recipient, simply click here or call us at 303-777-1151 with your credit card information to start your Denver massage gift certificate order.

For a gift certificate to be mailed, please allow 2-3 days for delivery of orders. If you need it sooner, simply choose the email delivery option on the order page.

Gift certificates expire one year from their date of purchase.

 

Center for Massage Therapy Philosophy

Our distinguished team of massage therapists listens with sensitivity to the needs of our clients and provides caring and comprehensive clinical massage therapy for injury, stress management, relaxation, and sports.

A full body massage provides relaxation, increased body awareness and balance. It promotes general good health and spirit of wellness.

Please call us at 303-777-1151 for more details or to set up your massage session.

Is Massage Therapy An Effective Treatment For Anxiety And Other Psychological Disturbances?

Is Massage Therapy An Effective Treatment For Anxiety And Other Psychological Disturbances?

How Massage Therapy Connects Your Body And Mind

So often we talk about the mind and body connection, how one impacts the other. In truth, there is no such thing as a mind/body connection – they are the same thing. You are a whole, not just parts of you. Any thought or feeling or physical sensation you have will have an impact on the rest of you. It is impossible to separate.

Massage is not only for your physical health. The benefits also extend to your emotional and mental health.

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According to the AMTA, various research has shown the benefits of using massage to help treat mental health conditions in different types of situations.

“Military Medicine published research that indicated significant reductions in ratings of anxiety, worry, depression and physical pain after military veterans received massage, as well as declining levels of tension and irritability.”

“Applied Nursing Research reported that massage therapy given during chemotherapy can significantly reduce anxiety and acute fatigue.”

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Do Body Cells Carry Emotional Memory?

It’s reasonable to assume that the memory of the emotional experience is stored somewhere in the brain – the organ that is specialized in memory handling and remained inaccessible, as many other memories a human being experiencing during the life. But the shoulder cells hold the bookmark or a memory address of where the actual memories of the incident were stored in the brain.

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Medical Benefits of Massage Therapy

How to Reduce Inflammation in the Body – Yoga in the Morning – Best Time to Meditate

How to Reduce Inflammation in the Body – Yoga in the Morning – Best Time to Meditate

Foods That Fight Inflammation

Heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, arthritis, acid reflux, bacterial or viral infections, candidiasis, and acne could all be signs of chronic, low-grade inflammation in the body. Chronic, low-grade inflammation is considered a leading cause of premature aging and disease.

Foods that naturally fight inflammation can reduce this damaging and disease-promoting inflammatory cascade to bring your body back into balance:

Broccoli. High in vitamin C and calcium, broccoli is also known to fight inflammation of the eye.

Wild-caught salmon. Salmon is another prime source of beneficial omega-3s, and we recommend eating other fatty fish like cod and sardines too.

Tart cherries. Once you’ve built your inner ecosystem to reach stage 2 of the Body Ecology Diet, tart cherries can be a powerful and delicious anti-inflammatory food, reducing inflammation ten times better than aspirin.

Soaked walnuts. Soaked walnuts are another tasty anti-inflammatory snack on stage 2 of the Body Ecology Diet, high in vitamin E and heart-healthy omega-3s. Walnuts are best soaked before eating to make them easier to digest.

Onions and garlic. Onions are naturally high in the potent antioxidant quercetin, known to help the body fight inflammation. Garlic, as an anti-inflammatory, contains sulfur compounds that stimulate the immune system to fight disease.

Spinach. High in inflammation-reducing antioxidants called carotenoids, spinach is also an excellent source of vitamin E.

Ginger and turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, an ancient spice compound with countless anti-inflammatory benefits; similar to turmeric, ginger can also reduce levels of inflammation in the body and may ease pain related to arthritis.

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Yoga in the Morning

The best morning workout you can do to wake up your body is a combination of heart raising exercises, strength and mixing up stretching yoga poses throughout the workout. This 15 minute strength and stretch yoga class will do exactly that! It will get your heart rate up, get you sweating, working your abs, and stretching your shoulders, hamstrings, and upper body.

 

What is the Best Time to Meditate?

It is helpful to meditate early in the morning or late at night because the world is quieter at these times. It’s best to always meditate at the same time everyday. This creates balance, and will help you to incorporate meditation as part of your life.

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Need a massage? For your therapeutic massage look no further than the Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy in the Cherry Creek District in Denver, Colorado. Get a variety of massages from licensed massage therapists.

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Massage Therapy Improves Blood Flow – The Importance of Good Circulation

Massage Therapy Improves Blood Flow – The Importance of Good Circulation

The Importance of Good Blood Flow and a Few Tips to Improve It

Poor circulation occurs when the blood doesn’t flow freely through the body due to a blockage in the arteries. This is bad news, as it means that your organs (including the heart and the brain) aren’t receiving all the nutrients they need in order to function properly.

Do Yoga – Yoga can provide a myriad of benefits to an individual, which include lowering blood pressure and improving circulation.

Get a Sports Massage – In addition to improving flexibility, reducing pain, decreasing tension and improving sleep, a sports massage helps to improve circulation.

Eat Superfoods – Foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids (like wild Alaskan salmon, kale and walnuts) can raise the amount of good cholesterol in your blood (HDL) while lowering the amount of bad cholesterol (LDL).

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How to Improve Blood Circulation

Many factors can contribute to poor blood circulation, such as a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, excessive drinking, caffeine, poor eating habits and long hours sitting at work.

 

5 Massage Therapies That Improve Circulation

Even though you might think that is just a good way to kick back, massage actually comes with a ton of medically proven health benefits, one of which is improved circulation in your cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. When you get a massage, your circulation is improved due to physical manipulation of soft tissue and chemicals released as a part of your body’s response to relaxation…

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Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

For your therapeutic massage look no further than the Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy in the Cherry Creek District in Denver, Colorado. Get a variety of massages from licensed massage therapists…

Sports Massage can also reduce the heart rate and blood pressure, and increase blood circulation and lymph flow.

Swedish massage is very helpful in managing stress, initiating the autonomic nervous system relaxation response and improving circulation.

Please call us at 303-777-1151 for more details or to set up your massage session.

Center for Massage Therapy Voted Top Massage Therapists in Denver

Center for Massage Therapy Voted Top Massage Therapists in Denver

The Center for Massage Therapy was hand-picked as one of the best Massage Therapists in Denver for 2016.

Best Massage Therapists in Denver

Each business is graded on 25 variables across six judgment criteria:

REPUTATION: A history of delighted customers as a signal of outstanding service.

CREDIBILITY: Building customer confidence with licensing, industry accreditations, and awards.

EXPERIENCE: Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education.

AVAILABILITY: Consistently approachable and responsive, so customers never feel ignored.

PROFESSIONALISM: Providing customers a seamless experience both online and off.

ENGAGEMENT: Actively engaged with their customers across a number of platforms.

 

“After a long day touring Denver the deep tissue massage I received at the Center for Massage Therapy was exactly what I needed. The therapist was very knowledgeable and paid special attention on the areas I had requested – back, neck and legs. I’d highly recommend it and would visit it again the next time I’m in Denver.” – Lydia Ilieva

“Kalin was amazing! He understands the athlete’s body and is very knowledgeable in Thai-massage and neuromuscular massage therapy; tennis and sports performance; as well as Yoga and Chinese medicine. I’ve had several massages lately and Kalin’s was the best. I highly recommend the Center for Massage Therapy in Denver.” – Rich Benvin

“The massage was so great I scheduled another one before I left. I’ve finally found a therapist who knows what he’s talking about. Thank you. – Mary S.

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Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

Our massage therapists are carefully selected from across Denver and beyond for their abilities, education, and massage experience. Our goal is to have our customers tell their friends “Best Massage in Denver” on referrals!

So come on in, and see if you think you received the best massage in Denver.

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Natural Cancer Treatment – Benefits of Massage, Yoga and Acupuncture in Cancer Care

Natural Cancer Treatment – Benefits of Massage, Yoga and Acupuncture in Cancer Care

Find the Natural Cancer Treatment for You

Cancer Tutor is a leading voice in natural cancer treatment and prevention.

How important is building your immune system?

The immune system is critical when fighting cancer. While some treatments kill cancer cells and other treatments revert the cancer cells into normal cells, the immune system still has to be fixed before the patient is whole.

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Gerson Therapy

The Gerson Institute is a non-profit organization in San Diego, California, dedicated to providing education and training in the Gerson Therapy, an alternative, non-toxic treatment for cancer and other chronic degenerative diseases.

 

How Yoga Helps Cancer Patients and Cancer Survivors

Cancer patients who practice yoga as therapy during their treatment often refer to their yoga practice as a life-saver. No matter how sick from treatments and no matter how little energy, many find that the one thing that would bring relief were a gentle set of therapeutic yoga poses geared for cancer patients.

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The Value of Acupuncture in Cancer Care

The evidence currently available has suggested that acupuncture is a safe and effective therapy to manage cancer and treatment related symptoms, while giving patients the ability to actively participate in their own care plan.

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What are the general benefits of massage for someone with cancer?

  • deep relaxation
  • reduced stress
  • improved sleep
  • eased constipation
  • increased alertness and mental clarity
  • reduced anxiety
  • less nausea
  • reduced pain

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Stress Relief Massage Center

Center for Massage Therapy

Today, medical doctors, chiropractors, osteopathic physicians and massage therapists advocate the use of massage therapy to ensure maximum health.

Providing massage in Denver, Colorado since 1984, Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy, Inc. is a group of nationally certified massage therapists whose skills, advanced training, and integrity have helped grow our massage center to be one of the largest massage therapy clinics in Colorado.

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Benefits of Medicinal Plants and Herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Benefits of Medicinal Plants and Herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine

The ABCs of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese medicine is one of the oldest continuous systems of medicine in history, with recorded instances dating as far back as two thousand years before the birth of Christ.

Chinese medicine is quite complex and can be difficult for some people to comprehend. This is because TCM is based, at least in part, on the Daoist belief that we live in a universe in which everything is interconnected. What happens to one part of the body affects every other part of the body. The mind and body are not viewed separately, but as part of an energetic system.

 

Science Affirms Benefits of Chinese Herbs — But Not in the Way You’d Think

In TCM, medicinal plants and herbs are harvested, dried, and prepared according to traditional Chinese pharmacopeia methods, and either taken in small doses over time as preventive measures or consumed daily in the case of chronic illnesses. Many plants and herbs such as Ganoderma Lucidum, or lingzhi mushroom, are also incorporated into everyday cooking.

 

What Are The Benefits of Herbal Medicine?

Herbal medicine can be very useful for treating many different illnesses from minor scrapes and burns to serious diseases. Herbal medicines are mostly used for persistent illnesses such as migraines, arthritis, depression and PMS.

 

10 Benefits Of Traditional Chinese Medicine

The top benefit that comes from traditional Chinese medicine is that the medicine is all natural. Although the herbs that are used in the medicine may have some side effects, it is nothing compared to the side effects from modern medicine.

 

The Hub of Herbal Medicine in Hong Kong (China)

You can find many different types of Chinese remedies in this store. Various remedies are important ingredients for foods that improve your health. For example, this is swallow’s nest, which purifies and strengthens the body’s systems, and provide resistance to disease and premature aging.

The Best Vitamins and Supplements For Muscle Tension and Faster Muscle Recovery

The Best Vitamins and Supplements For Muscle Tension and Faster Muscle Recovery

Are There Supplements to Relax Tight Muscles?

There are many vitamins and supplements that may be helpful for relaxing tight muscles in your body. However, before taking supplements, ask your doctor to discuss possible side effects and proper dosage.

Arnica may be an effective dietary supplement to help decrease your tight, aching muscles.

Magnesium helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps your heart rhythm regular, supports your immune system and keeps your bones strong.

Kava kava may be a beneficial dietary supplement for relaxing tight muscles.

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Other natural solutions for muscle tension include:

Turmeric
Ginger root
Omega-3 fatty acids
Bromelain and other natural sources of enzymes
Modified Citrus Pectin

Massage, particularly craniosacral and trigger point manual therapy, can also relieve tension. Trigger point and craniosacral techniques target specific points in the musculoskeletal system that hold tension, gently manipulating and realigning ligaments, tendons and muscles.

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4 SUPPLEMENTS FOR FASTER MUSCLE RECOVERY

Protein is arguably the most important nutrient to take immediately after your workout, alongside carbohydrates. Your muscles have been broken down and therefore need repairing and rebuilding.

Branched chain amino acids (BCAA’s) have become a staple supplement for athletes due to their role in muscle and energy production during exercise and therefore are commonly used immediately around or during one’s workout.

Fish oil is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids which offer numerous health benefits including keeping your heart, brain and eyes in good working order.

Not only will magnesium allow you to sleep like a baby through its ability to relax muscles, but it is another critical supplement to help speed up recovery.

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Improve Your Performance and Increase Your Endurance with Faster Recovery Time

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Benefits of Massage for Pain Relief

Massage therapy is more effective for chronic back pain than other complementary therapies. Massage therapy promotes relaxation and alleviates the perception of pain and anxiety in cancer patients. Massage stimulates the brain to produce endorphins…

How to Relieve Your Back Pain?

Call 303-777-1151 – The Center for Massage Therapy in Cherry Creek, Denver, Colorado

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Yoga For Beginners – Home Workout Video

Yoga For Beginners – Home Workout Video

Yoga For Beginners

20 Minute Home Yoga Workout!

Adriene welcomes you to hop on the mat and start building the foundation of your own yoga practice with this 20 minute home workout video! Enjoy, stay mindful and find what feels good.

For more details and to join the conversation, go to http://yogawithadriene.com.

There are several basic types of yoga: Giyana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kriya Yoga. Their goal is the same, but their approaches are different. Each type of yoga focuses primarily on one aspect of the human personality.

The practice of separate branches of yoga in our lives is known as integral yoga which creates harmony between body, mind, and emotions and stimulates the expression of creativity and the creative potential of people in everyday life.

Yoga at the Center for Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

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