Tina Anderson, LMBT

After your session

A lot of times people will ask, "How do I prolong the benefits of my session after I leave?"

Here are some things that you can try, to get the best from your massage and bodywork.

*Soak in an Epsom salt bath or a hot shower is always beneficial. Ice or heat packs are also useful.

*Make stretching, muscle strengthening  and movement a part of your daily routine. It'll become habit forming! 

*Avoid sitting for long periods of time or looking down at your phone.

*Stay hydrated and avoid foods that cause inflammation. Dehydration and inflammation can make chronic pain worse.

*Listen to your body. Be aware and notice when your habits, posture and lack of movement may be triggering your pain.


Feel free to click on the links below to learn more about self care for these areas:

back pain and sciatica                 

lower back pain                                    tightness in lower back 

mid back pain

mobility and hip stretching

neck posture                                        tension headache

neck and shoulder pain                     tennis elbow

FEET                                                       plantar fasciitis

knee pain

shoulder labrum rehab 

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