Welcome to my new home...visit unwindwellness.ca to connect with me, or book online now! I'm still providing great evidence based treatments - just with some pretty new branding so I can talk about what's always been at the heart of my treatments. Unwinding what's bothering you and how I can help. Book Now
Exciting News! I'm thrilled to be starting a home based practice in the Coates Neighbourhood in Milton (Yates and Louis St-Laurent). I'll be taking Registered Massage Therapy appointments, Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Combined Decongestive Therapy, Reiki (level 2) and private/semi private yoga and meditation. My next available appointments are October 20, 2021 - please contact… Continue reading Massage Therapy and MLD in Milton
You need to think about a lot before booking a Massage Therapy treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic: Is it safe? Is it smart? Are you following provincial guidelines to stay at home (except for essential services). First, yes, it's legal and safe(ish) to book a Massage Therapy appointment right now, but only if you need… Continue reading Is it Safe to Get a Massage During a Pandemic?
Massage therapy can help active people maintain flexibility and can help them feel better after strenuous activity. I've seen numbers as high as 60% faster recovery with massage therapy.
Instead of joining a yoga studio with full hour or 90 minute classes, I managed my practice at home, using a combination of class sequences that I developed myself (modifications of the 12 asana sequence taught in Sivananda yoga) , and short sequences from youtube. I varied the length of my practices, and focused more on supporting myself than on increasing flexibility. After 3 weeks of yoga I very slowly began to fit my mental image of what a yogi looks like, with adjusted expectations, forgiveness, and plenty of room for growth.
...in many cases, massage therapy is a way to reduce the frequency of your headaches. For some people, it can also decrease your pain.Massage for headaches will usually involve the upper back, neck, shoulders, and sometimes the scalp and face. Trigger points or muscle tension can refer pain into the head, and the way you move, clench, and tense up during a headache might increase muscle tension in these areas.
My good friend Alex, a Registered Practical Nurse, is launching a new website on self-care for healthcare workers hersunnydisposition.com. It isn't live yet, but I'm a healthcare provider who frequently emails clients and updates her website at 11pm, so I thought I should get some tips. Jen: Your current project is a blog for healthcare… Continue reading Managing Self-Care with a Special Guest