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Releasing Tibialis Anterior

Last week I drew a picture of the muscle tibialis anterior to help you familiarize yourself with this lower leg muscle. (Each week I’m going to publish the new ones to my facebook page, so be sure to check them out!) Tibialis Anterior (TA) originates at the lateral condyle of the tibia, the proximal lateral surface of the tibia and… Read more →

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Choosing a Massage Therapist

Since we’ve talked about the how-tos of getting a massage and had a Q and A on all things massage, I thought we’d round out this 3 part series with my thoughts on how to pick a massage therapist. Before I became an LMT, I thought the only way was to go to the closest spa and hope you like the… Read more →

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Massage Therapist FAQs

Last week I talked about the process of getting a massage – how the session usually goes and what you can expect from your therapist. While writing that post, I realized that you might have some questions that weren’t answered or answered…enough…in that post. So, here are some FAQs to clear anything up. I cover everything from undressing to if… Read more →

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The Process of Getting a Massage

Being a massage therapist and having had hundreds of massages I sometimes forget that getting a massage is a new experience for some people. There are lots of reasons that people come in for massage, some include interest in relieving chronic pain, softening up tight muscles, a need to make time for themselves or simply to see what all the… Read more →

Who Am I?

I think I was brought into this world expected to work in the wellness industry. My journey began when I was 4 and my parents enrolled me into a dance program at the local company. Quickly, I realized that gymnastics was the way I wanted to go and transitioned to the gym. This lasted until my sophomore year of high… Read more →