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What to Expect During your Massage

Individuals get massages for all kinds of reasons. One of the reasons why someonel would get a massage is to reduce anxiety they may be experiencing or to lessen any type of soft tissue (muscle) pain or discomfort. In this article, we will have a brief look at what...

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5 Tips for a Happier Holiday Season

Happy holidays! Happy 'getting stressed out, trying to do too many things and please everyone' season. Oh, wait. That's not promising. Maybe this is the year to mix it up a little and make the holidays a little easier. Forget perfection Sometimes gingerbread men will...

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‘Tis the Season! Celebrate the Holiday Season with a Massage

The holiday season comes with all kinds of traditions…family, food, lights, and more! Unfortunately, between gift-giving, navigating the winter weather, and perhaps just a bit of a togetherness overdose, the holidays can often come with a bonus tradition as well: STRESS. Start a new tradition this year and share the gift of massage with someone whose presence in your life is definitely worth celebrating.

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Is Being Too Busy Making You Sick?

"Busy-ness" is the trend these days. Everyone has over-packed schedules at work and at home. Have you ever said, "I’m too busy to read/watch TV/exercise/do anything fun.”  Too much “busy” could be making you tired, sick, and probably cranky. But when do you relax?...

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Applause for Great Dads!

Gone are the days of dad working all day to come home to a pipe, slippers, and the evening paper while the kids sit waiting for dinner. This generation of fathers and step fathers are “all in” when it comes to child-raising. There’s more to a dad these days than...

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4 Ways to Improve Your Sleep

March…basketball, green beer, and a confused body clock! March is when we attempt to shake off the winter blues. Sleep issues aren’t seasonal and there are an estimated 60 million + Americans suffering from short-term (a few days or weeks) or long-term (more than a month) insomnia. Here are a few less known ideas to help you sleep better!

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