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New Year Resolutions..Get Fit

We see it every year in the fitness industry- this is the time when Gym memberships are signed and we promise ourselves that this year will be different. We all lead extremely busy lives, so when we designate our 45-60 mins to exercise we want to make sure we get the most bang for our time.

The Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is an effective way to help soothe sore muscles and improve blood flow, but it also doubles as a dominant, natural stress reliever for many people. Today, there’s a wide range of massage techniques used by therapists to help people overcome common health conditions like fibromyalgia, anxiety and arthritis. Massage techniques like Swedish massage, sports massages and reflexology are now commonly being offered at such places as spas, yoga studios, hotels and chiropractic offices.

Mommy Posture

Carrying your little ones incorrectly around the 🏡 can be painful and also cause lots of postural dysfunctions that lead to neck and pack pain.

Got Elbow Pain?

Are you familiar with terms such as tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) and golfers elbow (medial epicondylitis) ?

Take care of your body, it is the only place you have to live.
– Jim Rohn

3 Types of Lower Back Pain

he causes of lower back pain are as complex as finding the right treatment. Most of the causes of pain, however, is of muscular nature. Below we are explaining 3 of the most likely types of lower back pain you may have.

Stretching For Runners

One of the worst things that can happen to a runner or any athlete/weekend warrior while in the middle of their weekly routine cardio program is an injury that sets them back for potentially days, weeks or even months! This is where the topic of stretching and a proper warming up is brought up to influence and change the terrible pattern of running with cold muscles and tight fascia.

3 Tips to Avoid Workplace Tension

One of the primary functions of the human skeleton, musculature and tissues is made with the objective of creating movement. The typical worker spends on average 8-9 hours a day not engaged in movement (this does not even include the amount of time we are sleeping). What are we doing with our bodies during this daytime immobility?