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

Exercise for Brain Health

We all know that exercise is beneficial to our overall health, but did you know that it is also one of the best things you can do for your brain health? Here’s how… Exercise of any sort releases endorphins, chemical compounds that make us feel good, calm the mind, and allow the body to relax. … Continue reading

How Exercise Improves Bone Health

It’s a well-known fact that regular exercise improves your overall health, but did you know it can be even more beneficial for those with concerns about bone health? It’s been shown that exercise that puts some stress on the bone can increase bone mineral density (BMD) and reduce fractures even in women who have already been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Now, when we say exercise that puts … Continue reading

How Stress Affects Your Immune System

Stress is almost unavoidable, right? It’s just part of life. Whether you have a demanding job, a family to take care of, a lot of social obligations, a home to keep up with, or anything else in the everyday tasks of life, we’re all exposed to a ton of stress. We know stress isn’t good for us, … Continue reading

Integrating Cupping into Therapeutic Massage

Many people live their lives with stress, systemic disorders, discomfort and pain, and have discovered relief with receiving therapeutic massage. There is another option that is starting to get some notice in the media – Cupping Therapy. We are pleased to announce that cupping therapy can be integrated into your Therapeutic Massage with Danielle Ford. … Continue reading

5 Tips for a Great Night’s Sleep

Did you know that an estimated 40 million people have sleep disorders? The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention says that almost 30 percent of U.S. adults get 6 hours of sleep or less every night. And even if you’re diligent about getting the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep per night that’s necessary for … Continue reading