You Believe Meditation is Good; Do You?

By Drew Freedman / December 22, 2022

Meditation is the Missing Link With the year winding down and everyone starting to finally hit their pre-cCovid stride again, I thought it may be a good time to offer up some well-deserved recovery tools that will help us as we embark on the next year. There are many different types of meditation, and the…

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How to Fold a Fitted Sheet

By Drew Freedman / February 14, 2020

Have a ‘sheety’ Valentine’s Day! Today is Valentine’s Day, otherwise known to most as a #greetingcardholiday.  As I walked out of CVS this morning, I laughed at the people who were fighting for position in the greeting card aisle.  Valentine’s Day is about showing love for someone in your life, not elbowing strangers while cursing…

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5 Myths about Massage

By Drew Freedman / March 8, 2015

Recently, I went in for my annual(ish) physical. While discussing my health history with my doctor, she asked if I was receiving massages regularly since that is my line of work. I of course told her that I do receive regular bodywork. Her response almost made my blood pressure spike and my heart to stop.…

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An Alternative Approach to Stretching

By Drew Freedman / March 2, 2012

Clinicians, athletes and rehabilitation specialists advocate stretching as a means for injury prevention and treatment. The primary purpose of any stretching technique is to enhance pliability and flexibility in the soft tissues. It is also routinely incorporated with massage in the treatment of pain and injury conditions. There are many different stretching techniques, which all…

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