Dry Brushing Your Skin

Dry Brushing Your Skin

Dry brushing should be performed before you shower. 1. Use a natural-bristle brush (usually boar bristles) – not too firm and not too soft. A firmer brush will be more exfoliative, while a softer brush is easier to use over more sensitive areas. A loofah washcloth can...
Chasing Symptoms?

Chasing Symptoms?

My low back hurts, so I treat it, but then my shoulder hurts, and then my neck. What’s going on? While not an exact quote, this describes the experience of many clients. Sometimes, a self-treatment session can feel like a game of tag, in which we treat and stretch and...
Ticked Off: Lyme and Lymphatic Drainage

Ticked Off: Lyme and Lymphatic Drainage

Have you been diagnosed or know someone that is struggling with Lyme Disease? We are entering the start of tick season and Lyme disease is on the rise. Over the past year I have seen an increased number of clients that have been diagnosed. While some of these clients...
Lymph Flow Exercise: Cross Country Arms

Lymph Flow Exercise: Cross Country Arms

This year’s cold and flu season has been a rough one all around (and may not have even peaked yet) – it seems that everyone’s either been sick or knows someone who is. Other than hibernating until spring, how can you help keep yourself as healthy as possible? While...
Feeling The Pressure

Feeling The Pressure

During the winter cold and flu season or as the seasons change, many of us experience some degree of nasal congestion and sinus pressure. Unfortunately, that pressure can often hang around, long after other signs and symptoms of the cold have disappeared. Recently,...