- Mountain Wellness Massage0077 Red Barn
Edwards, CO 81632
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Jan 11-Feb 12, 2023. I am currently fully booked until my departure. Please see my online schedule for availability for when I return. My schedule opens on a monthly rolling basis.
Tag Archives: circulation
5 Reasons to Get a Massage This Winter
For many people, the winter months are more difficult to get through than other times of the year. With shorter days, less sunlight, colder temperatures, inclement weather and less social interaction, people tend to become depressed as the season of winter approaches. Just like our wild cousins, winter is often a time of hibernation and rejuvenation. But there are ways
How Massage Improves Circulation
By: Kim M. Filkins, L.Ac.
There are many different types of massage. And each type has a specific purpose and benefits that are unique. While every massage can be relaxing and relieve pain and tension in the body, some of the forms of massage go even deeper than that. Lymphatic drainage massage is one example of a specialized massage technique
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7 Ways to Improve Energy Using Massage
Massage therapy has been around for centuries. The ancient texts of many languages, including Chinese, Indian, Greek and Egyptian mention it. While the exact roots of massage therapy are unknown, it is known that getting regular massages is beneficial for the recipients. Massage can treat everything from aches and pains, digestive issues, insomnia and more.
Five Reasons to Get Massage for High Blood Pressure
Massage therapy can help cure a plethora of different ailments and injuries. High blood pressure or hypertension is just one of the many diseases that regular massage therapy appointments can benefit. Check out these five reasons on why it is important to use massage therapy to help your high blood pressure problems today.
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