Current Booking, Scheduling and Cleaning procedures

Written by Emily Rose

THESE ARE OUR CURRENT POLICIES FOR SAFETY DURING THE PANDEMIC RECOVERY PERIOD. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING.

Appointment and Booking Information:

  • In an effort to streamline the schedule and efficiently see clients, we will only be offering 1 hour appointments at this time. No other appointment lengths will be booked until further notice.

 

  • We will not be able to accommodate couples massage or 2 people making appointments together at this time. ( Currently Friday is the only day 2 people can come together)

 
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Beyond Physical Health: Finding the New Normal

Written by Emily Rose

“My life was hijacked by depression & all that goes along with it, but I have learned how to take it back.”

 

In May, we focused on Mental health Awareness Month, and it is not less important now, as things seem to be returning slowly to “normal”. The truth is, normal is just a word. We have experienced a major health crisis, a major cultural shift and a major political shift in the last few months, so there is likely to be a new normal.


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Because Now is NOT the Time to be Silent

Written by Emily Rose

We know you don't all follow us on Social Media, so you may have missed our post, but we feel this is important for everyone to read and understand:

We don’t like to talk politics with our clients. It can be uncomfortable sometimes, and our job is to provide a safe space and healing to everyone regardless if we agree with their beliefs or not.

But what’s going on right now is not about politics. It’s about hate, and hate is something we can never condone. All people have the right to be free and safe in this country, and historically that has not been the case for black people. This does not mean we don’t support the valiant actions of thousands of law enforcement officers across this country every day, only that we feel they should be held accountable like any other group of people.

We’re not here to argue politics with you, just to say that part of our job is to give love unconditionally, and it is saddening and disheartening to see these open wounds on our country. As a mixed race business it is important to us to understand each other, uplift each other and look out for each other and our clients. We always want to be a place of inclusivity, whether it is race, sexuality, or gender. We should be talking about love, not fear.

It has been a rough year so far, first with Corona Virus separating and isolating people and causing deaths as well as unrest and uncertainty. Now some of that unrest is boiling out and even overthrowing the actual peaceful protests for Black Lives Matter. There is a lot of anger right now. We humbly ask you all to take a breath, think before you react and to stand up for those whose voices need to be amplified.

If you’re not a person of color, it’s time to listen with an open heart.  If that is something you cannot do then we may not be the place for you. We are committed to holding a space for all people to be loved and heard.

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The Best Ways to Use Essential Oils for Home and Health

Written by Emily Rose

If you’re not one of the people already deeply steeped in Essential Oil culture then you may be wondering what the big deal is or even what to do with a bottle of essential oil.

 

Essential oils are highly concentrated plant extracts from barks, leaves, buds, peels, stalks or flowers. They are highly potent and incredibly powerful because the oils contain the natural healing power of the plant. Scientific analysis has proven the antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic powers of essential oils. Each plant also has various physical and emotional benefits.


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Guide to Prenatal Massage

Written by Emily Rose

Massage is great for your body all the time but when your body is going through the many changes of pregnancy it can be especially rewarding. If you’re a new mom-to-be, chances are you have a mix of excitement and anxiety.


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When to Ice and When to Apply Heat for Pain

Written by Emily Rose

One of the most common recommendations I make to clients is either to apply heat or ice to an area of their body. I find there’s a lot of confusion among clients as to which is appropriate for their needs. To understand which therapy is used for what we need a basic understanding of the effects of heat and cold.


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Essential Oils and Their Properties

Written by Emily Rose

Essential Oils are liquids created naturally inside a plant. The “oils” can come from the bark, leaves, buds or peels of a plant. They are extracted usually through steam distillation. Essential Oils are highly potent and incredibly powerful because they contain the natural healing power of the plant they are extracted from. Scientific analysis has proven the antibacterial, anti-microbial and antiseptic powers of essential oils. Each plant also has various physical and emotional components to them.


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