Lots of soon to be parents have a "Go Bag" by the door when baby is ready to make their appearance in the world. In case you need suggestions, keep reading. First, we suggest calling your hospital or birthing center to see what they provide. Then below you'll find a list of a few things in case you may have missed something. The name of the game is COMFORT!
*a soft comfy blanket (but put it away when things get messy!)
*cheap flip flops or slippers that can be thrown away a
Let’s face it: we’re all going a bit crazy with our current temporary way of life. Being separated from our close friends and family, becoming make shift teachers, working from home (if you’re able to), and cooking three times a day; it’s a lot. If you’re an essential worker, although your job has remained the same, the knowledge of the invisible enemy is constantly at the forefront of your mind, not to mention the process you go through when you get home at night to ensur
As of 3/20/2020 Florida Governor DeSantis has decreed that all massage therapy businesses close until May 8th. Why? Because massage isn't safe right now.
After the President declared a national emergency, both Disney World and Universal Studios closed, and Florida closed all school systems I feel it's the right thing to do. This is my way of flattening the curve which helps stop the spread of COVID-19. The biggest reason Massage or Knot is temporarily closed is that people
Let's talk about the elephant in the room:
Coronavirus We are all mindful of Coronavirus by now so I wanted to take the time to address any concerns you may have. I block out 45 minutes between each appointment. Yes, it's so my body can rest and I can have a snack. But it's also so I can disinfect my office before my next client walks in. This is how that's accomplished:
*I wipe down every single surface that I or the previous client touched. That includes my lotion/oil bot
Do you suffer from tension headaches?
Headaches can definitely affect your quality of life. They can make you grouchy and want to hibernate in a cold, dark room and sleep until the next day.
Here's 5 ways that you can help alleviate or keep a headache at bay.
1-Have some type of food with you at all times.
When you go long periods of time without any food, your blood sugar can drop which then brings on a headache. Try to keep some kind of snack with you at all times: nu