February 18, 2015 @ 8:45 PM
Many clients wonder, “Should I talk during treatment?”
Our answer: Do what you find comfortable, and we will follow suit.
Our goal is to ensure your comfort during treatment, which allows us to provide the most effective massage. All our RMTs are skilled at what they do, and can adapt to each individual they see. If you need to talk, we can listen. If you want to remain silent, our lips are sealed. Need a little mix of both? We can do that too! Never hesitate to let your RMT know what works best for you, and what you need that day, as it may change each appointment.
Need help deciding what might work for you? We’ve highlighted some positives about both talking and remaining silent during a massage treatment.
February 14, 2015 @ 6:25 AM
Adolescence is a unique stage of life. In between childhood and adulthood, teens go through massive changes on both a physiological and a psychological level. Naturally, this means that teens also have unique health and wellness issues. While nothing replaces regular physical exams with a physician and an active lifestyle, massage therapy can be a valuable component of a teen’s health and wellness. Here are three different issues often occurring during adolescence that massage has been shown to help:
Poor body image and eating disorders.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 3% of American teens suffer from an eating disorder, and the majority of them go untreated. Depression, social pressures ...