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Orthopedic Massage and maintenance programs

Weather you are one of my pro-athletes or not, due to my 16 years experience as a bodyworker in the athletic field,  I feel comfortable to recommend you go on the table on a regular basis.  How often? Listen to your body and come before that little

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Orthopedic Massage and getting back on track

 Maybe you just got back from vacation where your diet got a little bit… confused; maybe you were unable to follow your exciting but strict work-out routine since you were so busy exploring and taking in new things. Let’s face it: we work so hard to stay

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Orthopedic Massage and good old natural remedies

Sore from working out too hard? I mean, really stuck, when muscles even stay contracted… 🙁   1. Congratulations! Our bodies are build for movement; that’s how we stay healthy and happy!! 2. Try this: Magnesium Oil and DMSO every 4 hours on sore spots. On average,

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How the Therapeutic Massage world can be interesting..

Massage is very ancient. We all know the benefits of touch and the industry out there offers a wide variety of modalities and services. A good swedish massage can be a very soothing experience, a well-done sport massage pre-event can warm up an athlete and set his

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Orthopedic Massage – a word directly from its Father, James Waslaski, one of my US teachers and mentors

“The Author wants to stress the importance of doing pelvic stabilization first, and taking a close look at cervical conditions, to resolve contributing factors that can cause or mimic complicated conditions. Compensatory pain coming from other areas of the body are referred to as ascending or descending

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Myofascia release

One of my introductory modalities, working along the myofascial meridians (please refer to Thomas Mayer brilliant work) is to me pretty much one of the main keys to explore an unknown territory. Every client is like a new land. Everything is unknown. Yet, fascia do not lie…

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“Stabilization: the core and beyond”

From the work of Aline Newton, Certified Advanced Rolfer – www.alinenewton.com “Spinal stabilization involves a co-contraction of lumbar multifidus and transversus abdominis. Core health means an effectively stabilized low-back. Over many centuries and many cultures the movement that brings the navel toward the spine has been recognized

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Food, chemicals and estrogen dominance related pathologies. Awareness is the key and Orthopedic Bodywork offers a highly educational “Client self-care Program” to empower clients to their own health.

This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Americans have become huge. Between the 1960s and the 2000s, Americans grew, on the average, an inch taller and 24 pounds heavier. The average American man today weights 194 pounds and the average woman 165 pounds. The growing girth has led to the creation of special-sized

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Orthopedic Bodywork for horses and riders!!

ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE FOR RIDERS is now available at 2×4 Quarter Horses, Gary and Marylin Cottar, in Springtown. Bookings at 940-393-9231. You think your horse is achy (or worse..)? Do you feel stiff and sore after riding? Orthopedic Massage can help! Bring your horse and your tack. Gaits

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Health as an innate intuition…

A book I’d suggest to anybody, an injection of common sense! “Or Perish in the Attempt – Wilderness Medicine in the Lewis & Clark Expedition” by David J. Peck, D.O. page 304: “The vitality of youth and well functioning immune systems allowed them to survive wounds, numerous

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