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A good night’s sleep is essential to good health. Sleep not only helps you to feel more rested and alert during the day…Read More
Anxiety disorders are at an all-time high in our society. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), anxiety affects 18.1% of the population. Anxiety, and the fight or flight, biological response it produces, is a natural, normal, response to perceived danger.Read More
Mindful Touch will reopen at a limited capacity on 9/1/20. At this time, we will only be offering massage services that are 60 minutes or less. We will not be offering spa enhancements and treatments until further notice.Read More
Falling asleep during your massage means that your massage therapist has helped you achieve the state of rest your body needs to heal. Our body is not able to repair itself from pain, injury, and too much stress unless it finds regular “rest and digest” time.Read More