Blog 2018-01-03T12:50:31+00:00

6 Surprising Benefits of Massage

By | January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Good news! Experts explain the reasons you can stop making excuses for why you deserve a rub down. Massage can make you look younger. Massages stimulate blood flow, which is why regular gentle rubbing and kneading might keep your face looking healthy and radiant. Skin care expert Kimara Ahnert told Women's Health that massage plumps slack skin, encourages lymphatic drainage (moves toxins out of cells so nutrients can travel in), and adds vitality to a dull complexion. . . .see the other 5

RockTape Now Available!

By | January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Perhaps you have seen someone at the gym, at a race or competition covered in crisscrossing strips of brightly colored tape. Ever wonder what it was or what it was for? More than likely it was Rocktape. RockTape is a brand of kinesiology tape that was designed and produced specifically with athletes in mind. They knew first hand that traditional medical tapewould fail under race conditions, so they created a lab in the Santa Cruz Mountains where they could develop and test a product that would

News Years Resolution Package

By | January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

The start of a new year is the perfect time for many to create personal and professional goals. Weight loss, exercising and staying healthy are some of the most popular goals created. But did you know that only 8% of the people that make New Year’s resolutions are actually successful at keeping them? At Therapia, we know that most individuals who strive to lose weight and exercise more do not see the results they want or they get injured in the process and give up. Robert Vignoli has designed a

Gluteal Amnesia – The Major Problem of Sitting!

By | January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

What is Gluteal Amnesia? This is a modern day lifestyle problem. When you spend a lot of time sitting in traffic, watching TV, and/or working at the office on your computer, your gluteal muscles which consist of the gluteus minimus (GMin) gluteus medius (GMed), and gluteus maximum (GMax) muscle group become inactive. If you do not move from your seated position for long periods, over time your glutes may “forget” how to activate resulting in a condition known as gluteal amnesia or sleeping