If the thought of getting a massage conjures images of lying on a table with relaxing music, you’re not wrong, but did you know there are dozens of different types of massage to choose from?
It's July and we have several new announcements! First, We will be closed Monday 4th of July so our staff and clients can enjoy the time off to spend quality time with their loved ones in celebrating our Country's Independence! New Cancellation List Policies We have...
Summertime is a much anticipated time for many. The evenings begin to stretch out, bringing with them long and balmy evenings, the air is filled with the sweet scent of summer flowers, and everyone just seems a little pepper. If you’re new to aromatherapy, read on as we go through what it is and which essential oils can help you make the most of your summer self-care routine.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, so you are probably starting to look for the perfect gift that will show your mom how much you love and appreciate her. You could do the cliché flowers and a bottle of wine, but that doesn’t require putting much thought into her gift. A massage for Mother’s Day is the best gift you can give to help your mom truly relax and take time out for herself.
There are many practices people seek out in the hope of reducing back pain, inflammation, stress levels, and overall discomfort. From aromatherapy and massages to acupuncture and physiotherapy, there are countless choices when it comes to healing practices.
Getting a massage is always a treat, whether you visit once a week or once a month. The therapeutic benefits of massages are vast, ranging from improved muscle mobility to relief from anxiety and tension headaches. But are there ways to make the most of these precious self-care sessions?
If you’re like most people, you probably enjoy a massage for its relaxing, healing, and calming benefits. In the long run, regular massages can help improve posture, blood flow, and even your mental health.
It’s extremely common to start the new year with well-meaning resolutions to quit smoking, eat healthier, walk to work, and live a generally more sensible life. But when was the last time you vowed to take better care of yourself, and enjoy it?
For many of us, the past two years have meant forgoing some of our most cherished activities. We’ve had to miss out on birthday dinners at our favorite restaurants, family gatherings, and trips to the movies. One of the luxuries most of us have missed out on is the truly opulent feeling of having a massage.
Stress is never pleasant, but it is a part of life. How we respond to stress and how much stress we can handle is extremely individual and changes as we move through different phases of our life.