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The Best Self-Care Massage Tools to Own

By herman | January 15, 2018

While there is nothing better than a good massage from a trained masseuse, sometimes it’s just not happening. For time like those the right tool can make all the difference. Here’s a short post of the 5 best self care massage tools available. Read more below. 5 Self Care Massage Tools Everybody Should Own By Ivy…

Vitamin D – More Important Than Ever

By herman | January 15, 2018

Another Reason to Take D Vitamins First there were articles about the importance of Vitamin D for building healthy bones. Then later articles drew a link between Vitamin D deficiency and age-related decline. Now there seems to be a link between low Vitamin D levels and depression in healthy individuals. Read more…

Why You Need to Focus On Balance in Your Bodywork Practice

By herman | January 15, 2018

In this age of the computer there is always a lot going on so it can be difficult to stay focused on what’s important. This article discusses a simple trick that you can use to keep balance in your life. Read more below. THE IMPORTANCE OF BALANCE IN BODYWORK PRACTICE Written by:erik_dalton  Summary: Many therapists…

Is Sitting the New Smoking, Maybe Not…

By herman | January 12, 2018

We all know that sitting is not exactly the most healthy thing we can do. We all know we should do less of it, but how unhealthy is sitting. Is it as bad as smoking? Probably not, but how bad is it. Read more below. Fresh evidence that sitting is not “the new smoking” Paul…

Why Your Supplements May Be Killing You

By herman | January 12, 2018

We all want to be healthy and one of the easiest ways to ensure health is to take your supplements. Or so we thought. The fact is that a lot of people get sick and sometimes die from their supplements. Read more below. Supplements are not safe Paul Ingraham  Ars Technica reporting on Rao et al: “Between 2005…

Is Fibromyalgia a Real Thing?

By judy | January 10, 2018

Interestingly there are two camps about Fibromyalgia. One camp thinks that it is a mental health issue with no physical manifestations and, well, the other thinks that it is a real physiological disorder. The problem is that researchers have yet to classify definitive diagnostic criteria. This is troublesome for sure. Read more below. Fibromyalgia: Fact or Fiction? by…

Does Obesity Lead to Back Pain?

By judy | January 10, 2018

It would seem obvious at first glance that obesity should lead to back pain. We know that obesity is a significant health risk so it stands to reason that it would lead to back pain, right? Not so fast. More info below. Two good, clashing studies of the link between back pain and obesity Paul…

Avoiding the Corrective Exercise Mistake

By judy | January 10, 2018

Occasionally clients will come to you with a specific malady they want you to address. A common solution is to recommend specific exercises. Is this a good idea? Read more below. The corrective exercise trap Paul Ingraham • Jun 14, 2017 ARCHIVED “Corrective exercise” is the idea that specific exercises can be prescribed to fix…

Should You Register Your Massage Therapy Business on Yelp? Read This and Decide

By judy | October 25, 2017

Yelp is an online tool that has become known as the most powerful review site. Founded in 2004, creators claim the original purpose for the site was to help people find the best local businesses. Today the platform claims to have 135 million monthly users, and search engine results prove that Yelp is a powerful…

Still Don’t Have a Website? Learn Why You’re Missing Out on 80% of Possible Customers

By judy | October 25, 2017

According to a 2016 study, 46 percent of small businesses in the U.S. still don’t have a website. The study surveyed 350 businesses, most of which had less than 10 employees. The sad thing about this study is that these businesses are possibly losing out on as much as 80% of their possible customer base.…