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Frequently asked CranioSacral Therapy questions

  As I slowly shift my practice to focus more on CranioSacral Therapy, I am getting more clients asking me questions about what it is.  Here are a few frequently asked questions: FAQ CranioSacral Therapy (CST) What is CranioSacral Therapy?

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Rotator Cuff Injuries

Dealing With Rotator Cuff Injuries You’ve been doing Olympic lifting for a while. Or stocking tall shelves. Or cheerleading, throwing your partners overhead. Everything was great! Until suddenly, it wasn’t. Ice and ibuprofen didn’t quite do the trick, so you

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Fads, Fixes, and Fakes: dealing with health hype around the new year

“New year, new you!” Is there any time of year more obsessed with health habits than the new year? Even the “beach body” craze of late May doesn’t reach the same level of hype. Every time you turn the corner,

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What to expect during a massage

What to expect at your massage When you arrive at the office for your massage, I’ll have a brief intake form  for you to complete. We’ll talk about why you’re coming in for a massage and what you your goals are

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CranioSacral Therapy and massage

“What type of massage and bodywork do I need?”  This is an excellent question that I get quite a bit.  First off, I listen to my clients and what their bodies are telling me.  I base the majority of sessions around

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It’s heavy right now

Let’s be honest, there’s a lot going on right now and for some of us, it may be hard to take care of ourselves.  Some of us in the Bloomington community can’t pull away from following the current events and

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Should you book a 60 or 90 minute massage?

So you’ve made the decision to get a massage from me but maybe you’re unsure about the length of time you should choose.  I’ll go ahead and say it, everyone can use a 90  minute massage.  I understand financial and

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Spring into action!

So Spring is here and you’ve been hitting it hard. Running, hiking, working out, biking, whatever you fancy, right? The next day, or maybe 2 days later, the soreness hits like a brick wall. Those sore muscles are the telltale

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Free Chair massage at College Mall Kroger

I am happy to announce that I will be at the College Mall Kroger on Wednesdays from 3:30-6:30pm doing free chair massage for customers.  This Kroger location has a Wellness Wednesdays program that offers events throughout the days such as

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Boosting your spirits and immunity in the winter

Ahh, I’m laying in a hammock. The waves crash softly to the shore in the distance as the sun peeks through the palm trees above me. The taste of fresh mangoes faintly left in my mouth from the picking them

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CO-VID 19

A mask that fully covers the nose and mouth is required to receive services at Trillium Bodywork.  Appointments are available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9:30-4:30.

If MCCSC moves classes to remote learning, appointments will be postponed until they are back online.

 

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