Crystal Pavis

There’s no doubt that we’re in a pretty stressful time right now. With that, a lot of people are looking for a way to stay healthy, mentally and physically. Yoga is the perfect way to do just that. If you’ve never tried it, you may think yoga is only for people who are a certain

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Paul Rice

Treatment is for chronic rapid transit, as massage is contra-indicated for acute issues, presuming the body is doing what it needs to do and does not need interference, well-meaning or not. Reading two articles from the web on rapid internal transit: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/14572571/ and https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/inflammatory-bowel-disease/ The cause of severe diarrhea in patients with systemic amyloidosis is

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Paul Rice

One of my clients may have a facet condition in the Lumbar area, but has not found any medical treatment for it. The usual massage techniques eased the condition but as yet haven’t removed it. It has become a puzzle, and I like to solve puzzles. Not improving a client’s health pushes me to learn

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Crystal Pavis

While many people may associate stretching with their workouts, loosening up before or cooling down after, it’s actually a very beneficial practice to get into every single day regardless of your workout routine. Whether it’s first thing in the morning, every hour or two throughout your day, or winding down before bed, taking a few

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