I love using all-natural skin care products and for as long as I can remember, researching products best suited for my skin always held my interest. I came across camellia seed oil and yuzu essential oil a few months ago, and I am in love with how it has enhanced the overall health of my . . .
We all know the discomfort of muscle and joint stiffness, and sometimes pain, we feel after long hours of being inactive. For example long periods of driving, sitting behind a desk, or watching TV. For me personally, I know lengthy duration of sitting or driving leaves my body tense and very achy especially my shoulders, . . .
The use of heat during massage is a choice LMTs can choose to incorporate into their routine or not. For me personally, I prefer to use some amount of heat during massage sessions, with the exception of those with medical condition(s) or contraindication(s). In such cases, the use of heat will not be appropriate. However, . . .
After obtaining a BA in Health Education, I was offered a job as a “health coach” with an onsite corporate wellness company. My duties involved biometric screening and providing health education or coaching. A the time, the difference between the two wasn’t vey clear to me. So, to increase my knowledge in the health coaching . . .
Diabetes is a serious, sometimes life threatening disease, affecting 422 million people in 2014 worldwide compared to 108 million in 1980, and causing 1.5 million deaths in 2012. According to the World Health Organization, separate global estimates of diabetes prevalence for type 1 and type 2 do not exist. However, the majority of people with diabetes are . . .
Most are aware and expect the use of heat during a massage such as hot stones, hot towels, or steam. Massage Therapist, Leslie Bruder, sums it up perfectly when she says, “heat opens the muscles and relaxes the joints, which helps you to penetrate the tissue more easily and leaves clients less sore from deep . . .