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Reduce Stress During Tax Season


Tax season can be gruesome if you are constantly stressed out while trying to get all of your financial information together for the IRS. It doesn’t have to be this way and can actually go quite smoothly. Instead of waiting until midnight on April 15th to finally file your taxes, here are a few tips to prepare in advance and reduce the stress during tax season.

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Celebrate Sleep Awareness Week


Sleep Awareness Week (March 6-13) gives us an opportunity to leave insufficient sleep behind and get back to the quality sleep that is so vital to our health and wellness. Here are a few ways you can start getting on track to better sleep habits.

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Should I Cancel My Massage If i’m Sick?


Short answer: Yes.

Long Answer: Yes, please. But there’s more.

Massage is great. You know this. But it’s not always a great idea.

As cold and flu season approaches again, it’s important that you know when it may be necessary to cancel your appointment.

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The Last Thing You Need is a Diet


January is the time for endless New Year’s resolutions and pacts with oneself to improve this or change that. Businesses in the health and wellness industry experience a spike in sales as people attempt to change themselves “for the better.” Diets are a big portion of those sales, and we think that’s a shame.

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4 Ways to Celebrate Giving this Holiday Season

December 2015- Celebrate with Massage

Finding imaginative gifts that express sincere caring for friends and loved ones is always challenging. The gift of touch, offered through massage therapy, can be an unexpected surprise that is affordable and appropriate for so many occasions and types of people.

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8 Non-Traditional Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving


Who says Thanksgiving has to be traditional? Maybe you’re the type of person who thinks out of the box or maybe you’re just tired of the same food, same people, and same thing every year. We’re here to help!

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Massage for Mental Wellness

An estimated 1 in 10 adults in the United States suffers from some kind of depression, according to the Centers for Disease Control. That’s around the same percentage of American adults who are left-handed, and yet while handedness is seen today as a quirky curiosity (or sometimes an advantage, in the case of athletes), there is still stigma and silence surrounding depression as an illness. So let’s talk: what is depression? Why is it problematic? And is there anything that can help?

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Celebrate National Women’s Health & Fitness Day


September 30th is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day. Hundreds of organizations countrywide will be hosting a variety of noncompetitive events covering everything from group walks to health seminars. In the spirit of this holiday, we’ve put together a list of 5 ways you can celebrate women’s health and fitness – regardless if there’s an organization participating near you.

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New Service: Bamboo-Fusion Massage


Smooth, warm, cool, or room temperature bamboo tools are used as an extension of the therapist’s hands to massage all layers of muscles, fascia and connective tissue. When the bamboo is warmed, the body tends to relax more quickly and release pain and tension more easily. Comparable to a Deep Tissue Massage, the use of bamboo provides a unique experience many find to be deeply relaxing and restorative.

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Why Camping Can Bring You Happiness

find your peace

The Great Outdoors is not for everyone. It’s raw, dirty, and you’re exposed to the elements (And there are bugs).  No matter how rugged (or fancy) your outdoor adventure, there are qualities about camping we won’t find elsewhere in one complete package. What could be better than that? If you’re a camping veteran, you know what I’m talking about. If you’re new to the scene, grab your backpack, you’re going to love this.

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