Ahhh, spring. The time of year when the trees come back to life, the flowers bloom, the cold and dreary days of February are behind us and all we want to do is get OUTSIDE.
Unless, of course, you’re like me and you’re sitting inside under a blanket staring at the most perfectly sunny and pleasant day with bitterness and resentment, blowing your nose constantly, wondering how you’re still sneezing 7 days after the cold set in and resorting to Advil to weaken the headache that flares up each time your extremely prevalent cough tickles your throat.
A hand injury for a massage therapist is a terrible thing.
A hand injury on the index finger and joint of the dominant hand for a massage therapist during a big move and expansion is a really terrible thing!
Below is a list of various products, resources and methods that I find incredibly useful in my personal attempt to maintain optimal health.
Typically, massage alone does not relieve your life of pain. Focusing on good posture, correct ergonomics, stretching, a healthy diet, exercise and good mental health are only some of the other factors that determine how much tension each person holds within their body.