The Power of Protein

When I look at “diet diaries” one of the first things I check is the balance of our 3 macronutrients: carbohydrate, protein, and fat. More often than not, I see a big deficit in the amount of protein being consumed. … Read More

Essential Oils for Musculoskeletal Health

When most people think of essential oils, they think about the beautiful smells and how they can help with respiration and relaxation. But, essential oils are way more than just that. These powerful oils have many properties that can help … Read More

Eating in Season: “Zucchini Shrimp Scampi”

The most nutritious AND delicious fruits and vegetables come straight from the farm to your table. Foods that come straight from the source have much more of their nutrients and flavors as those elements are not lost due to processing, … Read More

Upcoming Specials

Military Appreciation Month

A special THANK YOU to all of those who have served to protect our freedoms. This month we honor YOU! Bring in your military ID to any massage session this month and receive $10 off all regularly … Read More

Why Posture Is Important

Did you know May is “National Correct Posture Month?” We thought it would be appropriate to share why it is so important to have good posture. In years of past, posture was something actually taught in schools. As health care … Read More

Massage for Better Posture

For many of us, we spend far too much time in one position. Whether it is hunched over our desks, behind the wheel of a car running our children all over the city, or seated in our favorite recliner. Unfortunately, … Read More

Essential Oils for Allergy Season

In the days and weeks to come, we are about to experience an invasion that will directly impact our area. Our homes and cars will be covered in a thick blanket of yellow, our noses and eyes will feel dry … Read More

Homemade Ginger Tea for a Happy Tummy

Ginger is an amazing food for helping with digestion. It is a staple in cooking in many kitchens; however, it isn’t just able to be used as an ingredient in your favorite dishes. When made into a tea, fresh ginger … Read More

Nutrition is the Gateway to Manage IBS

 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is quickly becoming one of the most common reasons for a patient to visit his primary care physician. It plagues nearly 25% of the world wide population, with the majority being in the United States. … Read More

Massage and Digestion

It seems like such a natural solution that when you have aches and pains in your body to call and schedule a massage session for yourself. That is such an easy solution, right? But what do you do when your … Read More