Marjorie brook

Words can cut like a knife – leaving deep wounds and scars….

At this past weekend’s Scar Tissue Release, class we were fortunate to have a Registered Nurse volunteer as the demonstration client. She was incredibly generous with her feedback on what she was experiencing during the treatment and answered questions for the students. Two of her scars were from 18 & 20 year old C-sections, respectively. …

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The children are our future…So how about we pay attention now!

I received a call the other day from a fellow Massage Therapist. He was referring one of his clients, a 15 year old male athlete ( lacrosse goalie and football linebacker) with severe pain in his right knee. The boy’s coach told his mother he needed an MRI and that he most likely tore something. …

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Do’s & Don’ts of Healing Scar Tissue-Tip #1

Essential Oils or Vitamin E for Healing Scar Tissue Whether it’s acne pockmarks, or the legacy of a burn, wound, or surgery, few of us like scars on our skin. And there’s no shortage of remedies that claim to make scars smaller, thinner, less noticeable and heal faster. From natural at-home remedies to mass-produced and …

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Should we stretch? Does it help or does it cause harm? This is a very popular debate. One that usually ends in “Well… there is no evidence that proves it is good… but everyone does feels better afterwards.” or “It is a waste of time that can only lead to loss of strength.” When we …

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