Three Tips to Quiet Your Mind If you are not extremely busy in today’s society, you are the exception and not the rule. We are all in high gear; we overextend, overachieve, and over stress ourselves to the point of breaking. This can have lasting negative effects on our health! Here are a few ways to break the cycle: 1. Gratitude It is so easy to be upset when things do not go our way. From the moment we spill our coffee, lock our keys in the car, and forget our lunch, a spir
Humans love to be touched. It’s an undeniable fact, and it doesn’t matter if it’s a full on squishy bear hug or a massage, touch is one of the most important things you can give to your body. The skin on skin contact from a hug, massage or even a session in the bedroom can be a potent way to support your health, from lowering your blood pressure and heart rate to boosting your immune system and giving you pain relief. As we all know, it also helps us to feel less stressed and
Deep Tissue Massage VS Swedish Massage Shellie Morin LMT CA: Posted on Monday, August 28, 2017 2:08 PM Difference Between Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Massage People who want to get a massage are often confused between the different forms of massages. Even worse, they tend to identify them as the same, when in fact, most massage forms are unique. This is often the case with Swedish and Deep Tissue Massages. Both types of massage are regarded by some as the same. However, y
As Massage Therapists our goal is to help bring our clients back to a healthy balanced, pain free state. We have had extensive training in many different areas to accomplish this. We will assess your situation and come up with a plan for your session to help get you back to optimal health. Keep in mind that it can take multiple sessions to get you back to normal and that you should get a massage at least once a month after your pain is gone to keep that pain from coming ba
Roman Chamomile Shellie Morin LMT: Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 5:51 PM 100% Pure Roman Chamomile Essential Oil Botanical name : Anthemis Nobilis Plant origin : Flowers Extraction method : Steam distillation Aroma : Slightly fruity, herbal Odor intensity : Extremely High Evaporation Rate : Middle note Origin : France Wildcrafted Roman chamomile is a short growing perennial shrub that produces very little chamazulene, so the resulting color of the oil is a pale yellow.