Thank goodness for spring and the warm sunshine and fresh breezes coming through open windows once again!
After being immersed in schoolwork this past year, I have a renewed appreciation for how typing, reading, writing and sitting at a desk all day can contribute to neck and upper back discomfort. Click here for a straight-shooting pep talk and some changes I made to help alleviate muscular aches and pains from sitting too long.
Trauma and Touch
My last article (The Science of Touch) offered some compelling evidence to how our bodies respond to touch and the importance it holds in our development, interaction with others and overall health. Click here to learn how client-centered, mindful, and focused treatments can help those who have experienced childhood neglect, sexual or domestic abuse or those who simply do not have relationships in their lives where compassionate touch exists.
The Great Outdoors
Many of you are now likely enjoying some outdoor activities- gardening, biking, running, golfing and the list goes on. As you do, take care of any minor aches and pains before they become a true injury. Many are preventable with some good self-care, body awareness and massage! You are always welcome to contact me if you aren’t sure whether massage can help or need some advice- email@example.com Have a great summer!
RATES • LOCATION • PARKING • HOURS
RATE CHANGE AT KNEADED TOUCH
Some people may have seen the notice for a rate increase at Kneaded Touch. Please note that my rates have remained unchanged for 2014.
389 Danforth Ave.
Danforth Ave. is the small street between Richmond Rd. and Byron Ave. that runs behind Mountain Equipment Co-op. Street parking is available on Danforth for 3 hours, in the MEC parking lot for $1.00 and up, nearby side streets where parking is permitted. Parking is not available in the driveway for clients…sorry!