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My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things Do you remember 30 years ago when we didn’t have things like streaming music, podcasts, e-readers and everything else that makes us be grateful for an instant gratification life that we live now? When our only music choices were cassette tapes (my first one was Whitney Houston and my first CD was […]

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Pain Problems We Frequently See

Pain Problems We Frequently See Michigan Massage and Wellness isn’t a place to just get a massage. We specialize in pain and injury and we see a lot it around here. It goes in waves too. We might get a wave of shoulder injuries one month and then the next month is all about the […]

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Results (not) guaranteed

Results (not) Guaranteed Do you remember back in the day when infomercials would grace the television promising results? “Get abs in 30 days or your money back!” or “Shred up to 10 pounds in your first 10 days, guaranteed!” I mean, back when I was first getting started doing massage therapy I took a course […]

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The Cost of a Massage

The Cost of a Massage Once in a while, it doesn’t happen too often but it does happen, we get a phone call from someone asking what we charge for a massage, and we give them our rates. Sometimes they go ahead and book an appointment, but once in a while we are met with […]

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Meet Michigan Massage and Wellness

Meet Michigan Massage and Wellness When it comes to choosing a massage therapist, what do you look for? Convenience? Price? Geographic desirability? Or do you just Google it and pick whoever pops up first? Or are you the type to do a lot of research and find a practice that best fits in with you? […]

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The Yoga Tune Up® Difference

Confession: I don’t like yoga When you hear the word yoga, you may think of large classes filled with people moving in unison through set flows and sequences; breathing and moving in a way that may or may not be conducive to how each individual body moves and behaves. Of course, there’s all kinds of […]

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Cupping Massage Therapy

Cupping Therapy Cupping has been used for thousands of years in a variety of cultures from Egypt to China, and while it’s been popular among those “in the know” for years here in the states, it didn’t really hit the mainstream knowledge base until the 2016 Olympics when Michael Phelps and other athletes were sporting […]

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Stretching For Self Care: Remote Worker Edition

Stretching For Self Care: Remote Worker Edition Stretching: How, Where, Why? That is the question. It’s something that I hear time and time again. Or more, the plight of the modern day worker: “I want to start a stretching routine but I don’t know where to start” “I’m overwhelmed with the amount of information out […]

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Acupuncture (without the needles)

Acupuncture (Without The Needles) Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine that has been around for thousands of years (back to 6000 BCE). Nowadays, there are a lot of variations of acupuncture and it’s come a long way from the sharpened stones and bones that used to be used. There is the TCM (Traditional Chinese […]

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Holiday Gifts During a Pandemic

Holiday Gifts During a Pandemic It’s that time of year again, where you mercilessly bang your head against a wall trying to think of the perfect gift for that oh so special someone in your life, and you know that the days of robes and new pajamas are far behind you. But this year is […]

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