Tai Chi: A Way to Find Your Balance

Tai Chi: A Way to Find Your Balance

By Sharon Puszko, PhD, LMT I have reviewed many aspects of health while researching topics for my self-care column in Massage Today. From the importance of sleep, to how our brains benefit from being active and now feel like I now have a more balanced approach to...

November Is Coming!

As October draws rapidly to a close, I wanted to come to y’all and tell you that I have been working on something.  If you know me, you know I’m pretty much always working on things.  I am working on new courses & programs, as well as updating old...
Treating Trigger Points With Tennis Balls

Treating Trigger Points With Tennis Balls

By Leon Chaitow, ND, DO Nearly 20 years ago, Janet Travell and David Simons, the two leading pioneers of management of myofascial pain, described a simple myofascial-pain self-treatment approach, particularly when interscapular areas are involved. They advised putting...
You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

What do you do when your remote dies? What do you do when your car won’t start? What do you do when you turn on your flashlight but there’s no light? What do you do when your phone dies? Or your fitbit? What do you do when your child’s irrationally...
Desk Stretches

Desk Stretches

I get asked all the time how to make the benefits of your sessions last longer.  One of my favorite ways is to stretch! I scoured the internet and finally found 11 of the top best stretches you can do at any fitness level and to sweeten the deal a little more, they’re...