Brains, what do we know about them? Sometimes I think I am losing my mind, but that is a subject for another post. I love to read, and I came across this review on the New York Times bestseller “The Brain That Changes Itself”; It talks about how they are discovering and … Read more about Healing Brain Injuries.
In my work as a massage therapist and as a CNA, I am often one of the first to notice signs of depression in my clients. For those of my people who are under the age of 70, I can have a gentle conversation about the subject of depression, and offer them suggestions … Read more about Symptoms and Relief for Depression in Seniors
Over 20 years ago, I trained my family and friends on Infant Massage. Babies, as we have learned, are not simply little lumps of clay to be held a molded. They have the very same complex nervous systems we have, and it is more fragile in some ways than most of us without training truly … Read more about Benefits of Infant Massage
If you need to exercise, but you have had an injury, Tai Chi or Qui Gong can both be excellent forms of exercise for you. It will involve whole body movement, but in a very controlled and gentle way. This is just one sample of how you can build core strength and flexibility, while burning … Read more about Exercise Alternatives for Seniors and the Injured
The most susceptible to illness during the flu season are our children and our elders. The flu will affect them differently than it will us. Even if your Senior is otherwise healthy, the chances of them becoming ill are much higher, and the health risks are much more severe. I work with Seniors … Read more about The Flu Season and Seniors
I am often curious as to why some modalities are effective for one person but not another. Over the years of my practice I have seen the popularity of acupuncture soar. I have recommended Acupuncture many times, with mixed reviews. One person would rave about their results, yet another would be … Read more about Accupuncture