Now available: Sound healing!

I’m excited to tell you about a new mode of healing I’m introducing. It’s sound healing, and already I’m seeing exciting results with clients. It started, as many good things in life do, with cats. Do a Google search for cats purring and healing, and you will find evidence that cats purr at a frequency that facilitates healing. The vibration at which a cat purrs has calming effects and also some physical healing effects. Next, I thought about these things as they relate to my own cat. I started noticing that when someone in my house is hurt, either physically or emotionally, he gravitates to that person. And he starts purring, and he holds himself close to a hurt area. If someone is feeling

Beat text neck with these simple steps

Here’s an adaptation of the talk I gave on Saturday at Walk With a Doc in Southmoor Park! If you’re interested in hearing more about the great time we had, email me at How many of you have heard of text neck? This refers to the condition caused by holding your head slightly forward and down to look at your phone or other electronics. Sound familiar? Your head weighs between 10 and 11 pounds. For every degree that your neck shifts forward, more pressure gets placed on your spine. This creates a situation where your vertebrae can pinch nerves and create lots of discomfort. It’s probably the number one reason why people come in for massage. When your head is posit

No blog this week

We're taking the week off the blog, but stay tuned next week for more informational tidbits! As always, you can book your 30-minute consultation online, or call/text 720-432-8664, or email to find out more about what I offer and why I offer it. Be well, healthy and whole, Robin

Your arms (and one part you can massage yourself)

It’s the last day of our muscle series! Today we talk about the muscles of the arm, forearm, and chest. The rotator cuff is actually a group of four muscles surrounding the scapula (shoulder blade) that stabilize the scapula and also extend the shoulder, helping to create the motion of rotation. There are four muscles, outlined in the diagram above: Supraspinatus, which is the most likely to suffer tendonitis, above the bony ridge of the scapula; Infraspinatus, which fans out just below the bony ridge of the scapula; Teres minor, just below infraspinatus at the bottom of your scapula; and Subscapularis, located between your scapula and your back . This is the muscle most likely to suffer an


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