Massage

Aveda Stress- Fix Available at Rejuvenation Spa

Posted on Mar 19, 2012 in Massage, Products, Self-Help, Spa Services

    Stressed Out? Breathe In.                                                                            Stress-Fix is Here! Stress affects both the mind & body, and impacts overall health & well-being.  Aveda Stress-fix products provide a renewal treatment to instantly take away those daily life stressors. Clinically proven to relieve feelings of stress Eco-cert organic Ingredients Aroma infused with French Lavender, lavandin, and clary sage from organic farms traceable from soil to bottle. Body lotion $ 28 Soaking Salts $40 Oil Concentrate $22  ...

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Pregnancy and Massage: What are your options?

Posted on Oct 31, 2011 in Massage

You’re pregnant and your body aches. You want a massage, but maybe you’re not sure what options are available to you. At Rejuvenation Spa, we offer four options to expectant mothers.   Option 1: Regular Massage (30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes) If you are in your first trimester and have approval from your doctor to lie on your stomach, you can book a session as a normal massage. Just be sure to let your massage therapist know that you are pregnant. Option 2: Side-Lying Massage (45 minutes) Once you no longer feel comfortable lying on your stomach, we offer side-lying massage where...

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New: The Backnobber II

Posted on Sep 2, 2011 in Featured, Massage, Products, Self-Help

New: The Backnobber II

We’ve got a new product on the shelves here at Rejuvenation Spa. It’s called the Backnobber II and it is a great way to self-treat pain in-between your massage sessions. The S-shaped tool gives you the power and leverage to reach those hard to reach places on your back, neck and hips. Equipped with your own Backnobber, you’ll be able to relieve acute and chronic pain caused by trigger points with ease. Watch the blog for an in-depth article on  how to use the Backnobber II coming soon. In the mean time, ask our massage therapists for tips on how you can most benefit from...

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How lazy is your yoga?

Posted on May 5, 2011 in Massage

Do you like yoga? How about massage? Then maybe you’d like to give Thai (Yoga) massage a try. Even if you don’t like yoga or traditional massage, you might still consider Thai massage because like the common phrase in Thailand, Thai massage is, “same, same, but different.” But different how? First, its a fully clothed massage. You can either wear your own loose fitted clothing or yoga outfit, or wear the clothing provided by the spa attendant when you first arrive for your massage. Second, for this style of massage you lay on top of a futon mat on the floor. Third,...

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Quick-Fix Massage: How to Squeeze More Massage into Your Busy Schedule

Posted on Mar 14, 2011 in Massage

Quick-Fix Massage: How to Squeeze More Massage into Your Busy Schedule

How often do you get a massage? Every-other month? Once a year? For some people, that’s enough. For others, massage is a needed respite from acute or chronic pain and a month between visits is too long. Then there are those who simply love massage, can’t get enough of it, and would sign up for massage every day if they could. Wherever you fit into this spectrum, there’s an often overlooked option that can boost the frequency of your massage visits… Enter the world of the 15-minute chair massage. It’s quick, it’s efficient, and it can be surprisingly...

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How to: Releasing Trigger Points

Posted on Feb 22, 2011 in Featured, Massage, Self-Help

How to: Releasing Trigger Points

Even if you’re unfamiliar with the term, it doesn’t mean you don’t have them. Everybody has trigger points. Some people carry big nasty ones that cause chronic pain while other people sneak by with dormant ones that only occasionally flare up. But even people with debilitating pain aren’t always aware that some, if not most, of their pain originates with trigger points. That’s because trigger points are sneaky and commonly misdiagnosed. Headaches and jaw pain may start with trigger points in the neck and shoulders. Trigger points in the forearm and armpit mimic carpal tunnel syndrome. Leg...

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