All About Postpartum Massage

  Having a baby puts your body through a tremendous amount of physical and emotional stress, to say the least. Many women take such good care of their bodies while they’re pregnant, and then once the baby arrives, they’re all but forgotten with the demands of motherhood. Many overlook the recovery time necessary to fully … Continue reading

Pediatric Therapeutic Massage and Cranial Sacral Therapy

  ***This piece is a guest blog from Studio therapist, Danielle Ford, LMT.*** Most adults don’t think about, or consider, massage therapy for children’s conditions. From personal experience, I am a firm believer of the healing power massage therapy provides to pediatrics. At 1 month old, a baby I knew caught a virus and was … Continue reading

How To Prevent Back Pain While Gardening

This is the time of the year that all gardeners love. Whether it’s flowers or herbs, vegetables or fruit, gardeners are in their element right now. But that also means, it’s the time of year for a lot of work. All that work, the bending and lifting, it takes a toll on your back. So, … Continue reading

How Deep Bodyweight Squats Are An Indicator of Good Health

  For quite some time, we’ve been shown what some people think good health looks like. Whether you’re looking at a magazine, watching TV, or scrolling through any form of social media, you’re likely shown perfectly slim, toned bodies. Health and body image are often viewed as one; however, those with a thin body aren’t … Continue reading

Chronic Sleep Deprivation: How It Affects Your Health

Chronic sleep deprivation is defined as getting less than the recommended seven or eight hours of sleep each night for an extended period of time. It isn’t just associated with new parents trying to survive that first year with a baby; anyone getting less than the necessary sleep on a regular basis is suffering from … Continue reading

How to Make Your Home Office Ergonomic

  Right now, you may be suddenly working from home, and many of you have never had to do that before. So that means, you may not have access to a private home office and are likely making due with what you have. You may be using your dining room table or couch for work … Continue reading

How to Take Care of Your Mental Health During Isolation

  Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, this kind of isolation that we’re all facing right now is likely taking a toll on your mental health. Being distanced from your extended family, as well as close friends and coworkers, being out of a job temporarily, it can all leave you feeling unlike yourself. Here are … Continue reading

Top 5 Energy Boosting Foods

There’s not much worse than the mid-afternoon slump; that part of the day a couple of hours after lunch when you feel like curling up and taking a nap instead of finishing out the work day. You shouldn’t have to deal with that day in and day out, but it is a normal part of … Continue reading

Is Text Neck Really a Big Deal?

Let’s face it, when was the last time you were in a restaurant and everyone around was paying attention to those at the table as opposed to looking down at their phones? I’m sure you can’t quite recall. We often stay on our phones now more that we have real, direct interaction with others, whether it’s for work or entertainment. With … Continue reading