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How Often Should You Get a Massage? Every day! Well, maybe that’s not practical, even though it would be nice. This is one of the most common questions clients ask about massage therapy, and it really all depends on WHY you get massages....

How Often should YOU get a Massage?

What is the right or optimum session length?  Can a session be too long or too short?  Is longer better?   The question of session length comes up quite frequently.  Unfortunately there isn’t an easy answer to the questions.  A lot depends on...

How Long of a Sessions Should YOU Get?

Body Balance Spa is dedicated to helping you find your balance.  We have treatments that help you balance your muscles, balance your structure, balance your energy, and balance your skin.  But what is it that we mean by balance? To me, being in...

Mission

Lymphatic Drainage Therapy Fights Infection Karrie Osborn Does your immune system work overtime? If so, you might want to give it a boost by seeing a massage therapist or bodyworker trained in lymphatic drainage therapy. This technique can boost your immunity by increasing...

Boost Your Immune System

Do you suffer from chronic or occasional back pain? Here is an article from Karrie Osborn with some tips for combating back pain. Tips to Avoid Lasting Pain Karrie Osborn Chances are good that, at some point in your life, you will have...

Keeping Your Back Healthy

Making the gift of bodywork work for you What better gift for a hard-working mom than massage or bodywork? Whether you are a mom, or have a mom, here are some reasons mothers need support to receive nurturing touch on Mother’s Day. Mothers...

What mothers really need…

April was full of showers for sure this year! According the to weather report it’s going to continue to rain for the next few days. What a better way to spend a rainy day than by getting a massage!

Welcome to May!

Everybody has a mother. But sometimes it’s not what you expect. Some people are mothered by another “mother” in addition to or in place of their own – that is, another caring and supportive older woman. “In many African-American communities an adult woman...

Who is a mother?