Tension headaches are often caused by tense or strained muscles in the neck and shoulders that run up to the base of the skull and pull on the muscles that wrap around from the back to the front of the skull. Toxicity in the body can also be a culprit. Massage flushes the body… Read more »
Month: February 2011
Why do my shoulders become tight when leaning over a computer all day?
Being in one position for an extended period of time is unnatural. The muscles are being controlled to stay in one position but are not relaxed or neutral as they are when you’re sleeping, for instance. The longer your muscles stay positioned a certain way, the more your muscles are going to remember that position… Read more »
Will the oils used during my massage cause me to break out?
If you are sensitive to oils or lotions, let your massage therapist know before your massage begins. The oils and lotions that massage therapists use are usually hypoallergenic professional massage products with high-grade ingredients formulated to be gentle on your skin. They are used for the “glide” that they provide rather than the absorption… Read more »
What is the difference between a partial foil and a full foil?
Partial foil A partial foil service uses about 20 foils or less to foil the crown, roots and side hairline. It’s important to note that a partial foil service does not mean foils will be placed around the entire head – just the top. Full foil A full foil service consists of placing between… Read more »