Posts made in May, 2014

Spring is here, massage away those winter blues.

Posted by on May 10, 2014 in Health | Comments Off on Spring is here, massage away those winter blues.

Spring is here, massage away those winter blues.

Hello! Spring is finally here! When the flowers and plants bloom, we often have an inner growth as well.  Just as seasons change, our spirits adapt with the weather.  Many people experience SAD, seasonal affective disorder, in the winter.  There are many things that can help get out of the “winter funk” and keep mood and motivation healthy in the spring.  Of course, getting out and getting a little vitamin D from the sunshine helps.  We need to take care of our emotional and psychological wellness in order to stay healthy and stress free.  Massage...

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Are your Headaches a Pain in Your Neck?

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Health | Comments Off on Are your Headaches a Pain in Your Neck?

Are your Headaches a Pain in Your Neck?

Are your Headaches a Pain in Your Neck? A man walks into his bedroom holding two aspirin and a glass of water. His wife asks, “What’s that for?” The man replies, “It’s for your headache!” “I don’t have a headache,” says the wife. The man replies “Gotcha!” The World Health Organization estimates that 47% of people in the US experience at least one headache throughout the year.1 I would guess that the actual number of people who experience headaches yearly is much higher than that. Headaches are an issue that I have seen with increasing frequency in my practice. They have become so common that...

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Counseling to Maximize Human Potential

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Health | Comments Off on Counseling to Maximize Human Potential

Counseling to Maximize Human Potential

Counseling to Maximize Human Potential Our bodies are integrated systems, constantly communicating and transferring information to function and accomplish a goal. In this integrated process, our mind shapes the outcome for most of what we do, which can be led or heavily influenced by our emotions and other physiological processes in our body. The relationship between physiological changes in the body, and change in the mind is reciprocating. What goes into our body, whether it is food that affects our blood glucose, hormones, digestive system and mind, or negative thoughts that affect our...

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