Choosing the right style of massage can be key to getting the results you are looking for.
By Scott Sanders, the creator of CancerWell.org
The hard fact about cancer is that it’s a disease that takes away a lot of your control. Modern medicine is better than it has ever been at reducing the spread of and in many circumstances curing cancers, but in the end there is only so much that can be done. If you are feeling a loss of control with your cancer diagnosis, it’s important you know that there are ways to take some of it back. You can do quite a bit to practice proper self-care - both physically and emotionally. Here are three essential tips.
By Jenean LaRoche – Postural Alignment Specialist
Scoot back in your seat. What I mean by that is when you are sitting down in a chair, car or plane, move your tailbone as far back in the seat as you can. This will reposition your hips, elongate your spine and move your head over your shoulders. Try it right now!
Finding balance in our lives is critical to our mental and physical well-being and a plan of action is needed to tackle the problem at hand. When our energy flow is smooth and balanced, we feel good. At any point that balance starts to shift in a negative direction, we start to feel empty, tired, confused, pressured, or blocked.
Traditional Thai Massage is an extra-ordinary 2500 years old healing arts system in Ayurvedic Medicine, Buddhist spiritual practice, and Yoga. More than just massage, Thai Massage blends gentle rocking, rhythmic acupressure and deep assisted stretches to open, exercise and tone all the systems of the body.