While our Vancouver clinic doesn’t have the massage therapy capacity to care for our four-legged friends, it is amazing to see how animals too respond and heal through touch therapy. The relationship between tissues and muscle that we are familiar with still exists regardless of the form it takes and the outer appearance.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Flax and chia are both seeds and they are both superfoods but what other qualities and nutritional values should we be considering? There is no question that the are both excellent things to incorporate into our diets but there may be one that wins out depending on what your individual needs are.
The summer is here and in full force. While the heat and the sunshine are great while you are at the beach, or in your backyard but it can get to be a bit much. It can heat up indoor spaces and make getting around during the day a little less comfortable. All-in-all we’re not… Read more »
We have previously touched on craniosacral therapy (CST) and how it differs from massage therapy. Our previous What Is It? blog dives further into the subject but let’s review that a little here.
Therapeutic hands of a Registered Massage Therapist can be helpful in finding relief for sore muscles after arduous exercise. Some people like to have a treatment a couple of days following, or when they start to feel the aching symptoms. How do you make sure you’re getting the most out of your treatment?