Why not try these simple to make, delicious, cost effective energy balls. Made with 100% wholefood sources you'll also get a bit hit of fibre, vitamins and minerals. If you've ever had Ella's Kitchen Energy Balls then you'll what these are all about.
In a crowded marketplace, being successful as a working therapist isn't easy. The choice for clients is greater than ever, with sports therapists, massage therapists, physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, reflexologists, thai massage, swedish massage, your mates mate, etc...
At PB TwentyFive the majority of our customers are from a professional background and use our products daily when working within their clients. We recently ran a promotion for members of the Sports Therapy Association offerings 25% discount of their first order.
Google has become synonymous with finding out information in the modern World. How many times have we said 'just google it'? Online searches hep us to find just about anything, and it's not just Google. Bing also accounts for around 20% of online searches.
Whether your giving someone a treat or helping them to relax and reconnect with themselves, a massage at home can provide the perfect tonic to a long week brought on by stress at work or home. Let's face it, today more than ever we need to unwind, get away from it all, even if just for an hour! So if you're looking to give some a massage at home, or want one yourself, then read our top 10 tips on how to create the perfect massage.
There are two forms of Myofascial cupping ‘wet’ and ‘dry’. I practice dry cupping which involves applying a plastic cup to the skin and drawing the air out of the cup with a hand held pump (see picture left). On the market you can also purchase glass cups where you use a flame to burn the air out of the cup and cause a vacuum. Personally I prefer the hand held vacuum pump for its speed of application and control at how much pressure I need to achieve with accuracy.
Reading online articles or watching videos about exercise and you'd be right to think that all exercise needs to be punishing and painful. In a world of 'no pain, no gain' and monster workouts, professional and amateur athletes are reaching extraordinary heights of physical development....but at what cost? Is it right to be pushing beyond our limits every day, every week, month after month?
We all know that a massage is a lovely thing to have, but why? What are the real benefits and is it worth our hard earned cash, and should we make it part of our regular routine? Here are my thoughts on why it should be an essential part of everyones life.
As a physical therapist working from a bodybuilding gym, I see a lot of rotator cuff injuries. The injury can be very painful and debilitating for those who have it. It starts out with a bit of pain, a niggle, a little bit of stiffness soon follows, and from there the symptoms can worsen quickly and can enforce a cessation in training for many people.
Get grippy! Using a good quality massage wax may revolutionise your massage experience - for both giver and receiver. Using an oil based product is probably still the most popular method of giving a massage - and is still a great medium to use, but have you thought of the alternatives?