Frozen Out: What is Frozen Shoulder, and How Do You Fix It?

Written by Patricia Sheahan For Georgina Bergis, it started gradually. “I had a sore neck that blurred into a painful shoulder and then I gradually stopped being able to raise my arm and shoulder joint,” she remembers. “If I tried to fling back the covers in bed or pull the car seatbelt, there would be … Read more

Conquer Tinnitus With Massage Therapy

What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus – the perception of sound without an external sound actually being present, is a chronic condition that ranges from annoying to debilitating. Tinnitus usually sounds like a ringing in the ears, but it can also be whistling, buzzing, clicking, or even musical noise. Whatever it sounds like to you, you’d probably … Read more

Ask a Health Coach: Fasted Exercise, Chronic Cardio, and Microworkouts

Hey folks! In this week’s Ask a Health Coach, Erin is answering your questions about how to fuel on race day, why overdoing cardio is linked to burnout, and how to squeeze more (effective) exercise into an already busy day. Post your questions over in the or down below in the comments.   Dean asked: … Read more

What We Can Learn from World’s Longest Living Populations

Why do some people live well into their nineties with zero health problems, while others get sidelined by diabetes, heart disease, and autoimmune conditions? Sure, your genes play a role, but it’s your lifestyle that pulls the biggest lever. . As a health coach, and someone who fully intends to become a centenarian one day, … Read more

From Cloudy to Clear: 5 Ways to Snap Out of Brain Fog and Find Your Focus

Brain fog can happen to anyone, and it can be caused by a range of different factors. Very often, brain fog is directly related to the amount and quality of sleep one is getting, but it can also be brought on by stress, hormonal shifts, or dietary issues like poor gut health or food sensitivities. … Read more

Help! I Can’t Stop Snacking!

The good news: After a rough year and a half, many people are finding their way back to something like “normal” (even if it’s a new normal). The bad news: We picked up some not-so-helpful habits during our time underground. You’re not alone if you’re emerging from your cocoon feeling a little worse for wear! … Read more

Mixing Alcohol & Massage: Why You Should Never Do It

We all deserve the chance to recover physically and mentally after a long week, and an adult beverage (or three) followed by a soothing massage might sound like a perfect recipe for relaxation. But if your daydreams of unwinding at home involve both a few stiff drinks and a massage therapy session, you should understand … Read more

VIDEO: The Best Stretches to Relieve Stress and Anxiety

Feeling stressed lately? Well that can actually have a big affect on how your body feels. Stress can cause joint pain, muscle tension, headaches, anxiety, and much more. Stretching can help improve some of those symptoms. By increasing blood flow and relieving muscle tension, stretch can help lower your heart rate and blood pressure. Helping … Read more

Learn to Listen to Your Body Again

Summer parties, BBQs, a few adult beverages. Heck, it’s been forever since you’ve had a little fun — and this past year has been rough — so why not indulge? Why not pile on the treat foods and keep the sangria flowing? While you’re at it, go ahead and stay up way too late. There’s … Read more

End Plantar Fasciitis Pain: Three Tricks You May Not Have Considered

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition affecting the heel, arch, and sole of the foot. It can often be treated with rest and icing, but some cases are more stubborn than a toddler in a toy store, and when it sticks around you need the right tools to kick it to the curb. If you’ve … Read more