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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What is Yoga Nidra?

Yoga nidra or “yogic sleep” is a sleep-like state which yogis report to experience during their meditations. Yoga nidra, lucid sleeping is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. Yoga Nidra brings an incredible calmness, quietness and clarity…

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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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