Now that we’ve experienced temperatures in the 50s, spring has really arrived! Tiny perennials are eagerly popping out of the ground. Crocuses and Tulips will be blooming any moment, and a few children you know may have received baby bunnies or chicks in their Easter baskets. So, what do all these things have in common? New life!

tulips-redAt Body Healing Power we like the fresh feeling of springtime. The days grow longer. Trees bud out and the grass greens up. When we get outside and become more active in the warm springtime temperatures, we feel energized and younger. If you’ve been feeling dragged down over the past few months with heavy winter clothing and a lower activity level, it’s time to rejuvenate!

re*ju*ve*nate: To restore to youthful vigor or appearance; make young again. – American Heritage Dictionary online

So . . . are you yearning to have your youthful vigor restored? Do you want to feel younger? Along with daily activity, massage can be key for rejuvenation. As we age, our range of motion tends to diminish, but your massage therapist, Dawn, at Body Healing Power can help to reverse this problem.

In fact, Deep Tissue/Myofascial Release can be just what you need to increase range of motion. During this type of massage, we use deep, slow strokes to lengthen the fascia and connective tissue. This helps to increase range of motion and relieve chronic pain. Do you want help relieving those spring allergies? Try homeopathy. Because at Body Healing Power, we help your body heal itself naturally.