If you have been curious about the trend of humans submerging their body into freezing water, keep reading. I admit it, I hate being cold, but this cult-like trend (cryotherapy included) suggests it has the power to increase your *baseline* dopamine, aka: the “feel-good” neurotransmitter in the brain linked to pleasure. In other words, it might just make you more satisfied, motivated and happier in your day to day. Cool, eh?
No appointment needed. Hit the reset button on your week with an immune boosting (and cost effective) combination of foot reflexology and shiatsu massage. While it’s no relaxing, spa experience, it can be quite medicinal and just the “pick me up” you didn’t know you needed.
Her consistently booked schedule speaks volumes. Leslie Forsyth is an intuitive healer than understands the lymph system. She’s magic. A true diamond in the rough. A session with her is more about uncovering root issues than it is a superficial, therapeutic technique.
Cupping therapy promotes enhanced blood circulation— drawing energy and blood flow to areas prone to inflammation, poor circulation and stagnant lymph in the body.
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medicine that is believed to release endorphins and restore blood flow to the body’s most vital organs and human tissue through very specific acupuncture points and meridians. In doing so, acupuncture is thought to help restore energy, and thus balance.
When lymph fluid becomes stagnant, the immune system becomes compromised, skin can appear dull and congested and areas of the body can feel heavy, swollen and uncomfortably puffy.
Lymphatic Drainage therapies can help improve lymphatic function.