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5 Relaxation Techniques to Complement Your Massage

Massage therapy is a wonderful way to decompress and forget about the world for awhile. It’s also a proven stress buster. Relaxation techniques like massage can lower your stress levels and improve your general well being by lowering your blood pressure, heart and breathing rate, increasing blood flow, reducing tension in your muscles and assisting with pain relief. As a result, you might feel less fatigued and notice an improvement in mood and self esteem. There’s no such thing as ‘too much’ when it comes to relaxation techniques. Improve the effects of your massage by following up with one of … Continue reading

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3 Rewarding Ways to Relax

Everybody needs to relax. Even if you have a demanding schedule and a long list of tasks to do, taking breaks for the purpose of relaxation could actually help you finish everything quicker. Relaxation technique help reduce stress and burnout in both our physical bodies and also our minds. We have listed five rewarding ways to relax, so why not take a break and try one today?

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3 Signs Your Body Needs a Little You Time

Have you been taken prisoner by your own body? You work hard, too hard and you spend hours sweating it out in the gym, trying to maintain a perfect physique. You’re exacting and rather sharp with yourself, demanding gold medal performances in everything you do – from work to school lunch boxes. Maybe you’re a guy who works on-site, sore from carrying heavy loads day-in, day-out. Maybe you’re outside the square and living life, but stressed and tired, a bit frail for no reason at all. Very rarely do our bodies send up the help signal for zero – your … Continue reading

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3 Ways Massage Can Improve Your Sleep Cycle

Sleep can escape us even when we’re exhausted. Some of us lie awake, staring at the ceiling, counting thousands of sheep while singing the latest radio tune in our heads, frustrated and counting down to the inevitable wake up alarm. Chances are, if you’re a person who suffers from sleeplessness on a semi-regular to regular basis, you’re packing a few serious back and neck issues contributing to the problem. But can massage really improve your sleep quality? The short answer? Yes. The long answer? Read on…

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Headache / Migraine

Do you suffer from chronic headaches or migraines? Do they often happen after a long day at work? Or perhaps when you wake up first thing in the morning? If you are living with the following symptoms, you may be suffering from a cerviogenic headache: –  Dull pain around base of skull. – Pain into eye and temple region. – Pain begins on one side of the head, but can spread to both sides. – Pain begins gradually in the neck region and moves or spreads to head. –  Pain occurs after holding sustained positions (e.g. Like sitting in front … Continue reading

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What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar Fasciitis is a common cause of heel/foot pain. The Plantar Fascia is a flat band on connective tissue that connects the bones of your heel to your foot. It also provides support for your arch and has an important role in the biomechanics of the foot. As such it is a commonly injured area for people who are on their feet a lot of the time (athletes, nurses, tradies, retail etc.). Plantar Fasciitis can affect people at any age.

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Massage Therapy and Treating Foot Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

                Plantar fasciitis, also known as heel pain or heel spur syndrome, refers to a clinical condition that causes pain in the heel of the foot. Sufferers typically report that the pain is worse first thing in the morning or after long periods of sitting.

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The Benefits of Massage Pre and Post Pregnancy

You may have been told that you ‘can’t’ get a massage when you’re pregnant. This is because of pressure points in your wrists and ankles that, when stimulated, can cause the uterus to start contracting, as well as other concerns such as the comfort of the mother. Ironically, with all that extra weight and stress on your hips and back, pregnancy is one of those times when you might need a massage more than ever!

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Postural Dysfunction and (and how massage can help)

Bad posture is more than just a matter of unsightly slouching. Long term posture issues can have debilitating effects and should be corrected as soon as possible. Repetition of bad habits like slouching, sitting incorrectly and allowing muscles to become inactive, can lead to postural dysfunction and imbalance. If these habits are continued for long enough, the spine and other joints can be pushed out of their normal alignment. Postural dysfunction and imbalance can cause many issues such as spinal dysfunction and joint degeneration.

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How musculoskeletal therapy and massage therapy can treat sciatica

The term ‘sciatica’ refers to pain that is felt along the nerve roots of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest single nerve in the human body, starting in the lower back and running through the buttocks and down the lower limbs. Sciatic pain may be felt in any of the areas. Sciatic pain has a variety of potential causes, including damage from a herniated disc, joint inflammation, spinal arthritis, or a locked facet joint. It can be the result of gradual wear and tear on the spine or an injury that occurs suddenly. Regardless of its cause, … Continue reading

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