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Don’t Look Back

I’m going to sound like your kooky crystals hippie friend when I talk about this service, so I apologize in advance. Based off the traditional jjimjilbang experience, the Korean Scrub is two parts: you shower off, then sit in the steam room for about 15 minutes. The steam helps the outer layer of your skin plump with water so it will slough off easily. After that, our lead scrub therapist, Brittan, will come get you from the steam, and lead you over to a table where she will exfoliate your entire body with exfoliating mitts.

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August 3, 2021
Spiritual, Tips, rituals, Self Love

Stop The Rollercoaster

A recent study done by psychologists at the Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada discovered that adult humans have over 6,200 thoughts a day on average. If we include sleeping time in the hourly average, that makes over 258 thoughts an hour- and more than 2.2 million a year. What the hell are we thinking about all the time? These thoughts are probably not productive if there are so many of them, which brings to mind a mental image of each of us, just cooking dinner or sitting in traffic with our heads surrounded by a cloud of what ifs and I wonder whys.

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Postpartum Care
July 27, 2021
Tips, Self Love, Massage

Postpartum Care

Pregnancy is an intense physical undertaking at any time in a person’s life, and as professional bodyworkers we feel getting prenatal massages is an important part of making it through the journey to motherhood comfortably.

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Listening Completely
June 30, 2021
Tips

Listening Completely

I know I am not the only one who feels ignored when my dinner partner has a phone in their hand, and especially now in the age of the attention economy, it takes a little work to remember our manners and really pay attention when we are in the company of others.

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May 19, 2021
Tips, rituals, Self Love, Massage, Yoga

Breathe It Out

The psoas muscle is truly at the very center of the body, running down through the center of the torso behind the gut and in front of the spine, and connects the lumbar spine to the tops of our legs. Sedentary lifestyles are just as bad for this unique muscle as stress, and for many, an already sedentary lifestyle was compounded by being cooped up for quarantine last year. This kind of tension- the tension that comes from our primal instinct muscle, tends to have distinct downstream effects in that if our psoas is very tight, the rest of us tends to be too.

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