If you have been to my blog in the past, you might have seen me write, "What goes around comes around." I don't know who said it originally, and I don't much care, I just know that my Dad said it quite a bit when I was growing up. I took it to mean that things go out of fashion for one … Read more about Working Out At Home
I am not what anyone would consider a delicate person. I am big and strong and capable. I and my siblings are funny and kind and we are a big presence in any room. That's a nice way of saying that we can be loud. But I am also kind and very tender hearted. I think people sometimes think … Read more about Val, Why Are Your So Kind to Me?
I am a caretaker several elderly clients, I also teach some classes at Sarah Care, and I would like to suggest something to all of you. If you have a parent, Aunt or Uncle, Grandma or Grandpa who is over 80 years old, please find a way to spend some time with them. Granted they … Read more about Give the Gift of Time
I have set up my massage table at more than one marathon or Tri-Athalon in Florida. When athletes push them selves to the limit, their muscles can be overloaded with lactic acid and other toxins. The benefits of stretching, and then recieving a massage directly after these types of events are well … Read more about Massage Therapy For Athletes
Massage therapy and scented oils. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? There is a vast array of essential oils that can be used with massage therapy to create the ultimate healing experience. The oils most commonly used with massage therapy are lavender, ylang ylang, tea tree, and eucalyptus. Almond oil … Read more about Massage Therapy – Essential Oils
Complimentary Alternative Medicine or C.A.M. as some call it is a fabulous buzzword these days! It literally means that conventional medical practitioners now willingly coordinate care with professionals who practice alternative forms of therapy, and they complement each … Read more about Complimentary Alternative Medicine