Medical Massage? »

Posted on May 11, 2023

What does Medical massage mean? Medical Massage is knowing what modalities of body work are complimentary and which ones are contraindicated for which medical conditions,injuries,syndromes, and/or diseases That means the bigger the therapist tool box (number of modalities they know) the more they can treat safely. Medical Massage should not be confused with injury treatment […]

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TMJ Syndrome »

Posted on May 5, 2023

I am certified in Intraoral Massage. That is working the muscles and fascia inside the mouth to relive tension. By doing this we can help realign the jaw and reduce the pain associated with TMJ Syndrome. Did you know many Migraine suffers have overly tight jaws contributing to their migraines. working inside the jaw can […]

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Parking Options for Tensegrity Massage »

Posted on Jul 11, 2015

Here are a some good options for parking in Old Town. There is free two hour parking on College Ave between Laporte and Mountain Avenues. Behind the office on Mason and Laporte is a parking garage. The first hour is free and then it is a dollar an hour after that. The building has a […]

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Mobility: Use it or lose it? »

Posted on Apr 20, 2015

There are certain things we did daily as a kid that sometimes we stop for no apparent reasons.  Getting down on the floor and then getting back up, standing on one leg, or doing a somersault.  I have noticed as we age (grow up) we tend to think of things like that as childish.  When […]

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Beyond Relaxation »

Posted on Mar 16, 2015

What can Tensegrity Massage help with? There are many activities and aspects of life that Tensegrity Massage can help with. Whether working with old or new injuries, postural aches and pains or just wanting to improve athletic abiltiy,  together we can unravel the root causes to your issues Tensegrity is a state where a structure, […]

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What is Tensegrity Massage? »

Posted on Feb 11, 2015

Tensegrity Massage address clients issues by balancing the opposing tensions of the soft tissue through hands on therapy, combined with the clients movement. Tensegrity is a state of balance achived by elastic structures (muscle, tendon, ligament and fascia) working on static structures ( bone). If there is balanced tension through out the system (body) then […]

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