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By Lisa Lane

Massage For Life

The power of massage: I have spoken about it, I certainly believe in it and now I am living proof that in a span...

Standing on your feet all day, what does it do to your body?

I’ve seen numerous clients who stand all day in their professions: hair stylists, landscapers, even massage therapists (!) and we all share the same...

A Body in Motion

A body at rest wants to stay at rest. A body in motion wants to stay in motion. I heard this from a neurologist...

Massage and Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is starting to get a lot of attention. In the past, it’s been either not acknowledged by healthcare professionals or simply misdiagnosed. What...
Diabetes and Massage

Diabetes and Massage

According to the American Diabetes Association, every single day 3835 Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Chances are, the disease directly affects you or someone...
Life in Touch

Common Questions for Massage Therapists

Yesterday, while celebrating the holidays at a Christmas lunch here in town, my colleagues and I were talking about my career choice. New to...
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Comforting Our Seniors with Massage

I’ve never been a fan of the word “healer” when used in massage. To me it evokes way more power than I, as a...
Charley Horse

Charley Horse, Calf Cramps, Oh My!

I think we’ve all experienced it. The stabbing pain of our calves waking us up and demanding we address their problem. Numerous things can cause...
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How Often Should You Get a Massage

The weather is turning crispy, and certainly it is that time of the year that we are in our beautiful fall season. Think of...

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