Northern California Skincare Brands

By |April 11th, 2021|

We love supporting local businesses. Shopping locally means less maintenance, less corporate jargon, more money reinvested in your community, and fewer worries about where or to whom your money is actually going.

Making the Most of Your Massage

By |April 2nd, 2021|

Prolonging the benefits of your bodywork session. These habits can prolong the benefits of bodywork. Making the most of your massage. Whether you get a massage weekly, monthly, or just every once in a while, the following habits can maximize and extend the afterglow of treatment.

DIY Salt Glow Body Scrub Recipe

By |March 5th, 2021|

This homemade, eco-friendly, DIY Salt Glow Body Scrub recipe is an outstanding exfoliant that lifts away dirt, excess oils, and dead skin cells while stimulating the lymphatic system through its physical application.

Give Yourself This Experience, and Support Our Small Business

By |August 31st, 2020|

We cannot wait to reopen and get back to the work of relieving your stress. It has become increasingly difficult to manage stress – both physical and mental. There are less available options when it comes to improving physical health, and the instability of the world is at the top of many of our minds. 2020 is taking a toll on our mind, body, and spirit.

Benefits of Cupping

By |May 27th, 2020|

We have been proud to offer Cupping In Sacramento for nearly a decade! (Back before it was cool. 😜 We like to say “It may look weird, but it feels great—and it works!” Cupping Massage is a treatment that is designed to break up stagnation in the tissue and loosen extremely tight muscles. The cups are applied to the skin, drawing in the skin and superficial muscle layer.

How to Relieve Hamstring Pain in 10 Minutes or Less

By |May 17th, 2020|

The hamstrings may be the most problematic muscle group that I’ve seen in my years as a trainer and massage therapist. They (the hamstrings) cross more than one joint, and commonly contribute to pain and injury in the knees and lower back. In our sedentary culture, the hamstrings are often chronically shortened by sitting, which further exacerbates follow-on issues.