Did you know that some massage therapists are trained to work inside of your mouth? Much to the surprise of many, I am one of those therapists and I often work on the muscles inside of my clients’ mouths. This can be helpful for post-dental work recovery, TMJD, headaches and so much more.Read More
Your gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus are the muscles that make up your butt. Yep. I said it, they are the muscles that compose your rump and are collectively called the gluteal group. These are powerful, hard working muscular tissues that really need your massage therapist to work on them during your sessions. During your daily activities, any time you are moving your hip joint you are using these muscles to do so. They even help to stabilize your knees. They are always working when you are moving – they are powerhouses!Read More
Massage Therapists are interesting in help you feel better. Here’s how they can help make the massage table support you best during your massage therapy sessions: You are probably aware of the fact that your body is not like everyone else’s. We are all uniquely shaped and no one massage table is going to be comfortable for everyone. This is why smart and savvy massage therapists use bolsters, pillows, blankets and towels to cushion and support where needed. We can and are able to do this most effectively with your participation. If something doesn’t feel superbly comfortable, then tell us.
Here are some examples of ways we can make you more cozy on the table so that you can truly relax and melt into bliss:Read More
In my work as a massage therapist during the last decade, I’ve compiled a list of commonly asked questions and concerns expressed by my clients. Now that I am blogging, it seems fitting to share my answers with you here. What follows is the first part of a blog series where I empower you with information meant to help you experience the most from your massage and bodywork sessions. Knowledge is power and I’m sharing my expertise in massage therapy with you.Read More