Self Care in the New Year

This year for Christmas I received a trigger point roller and a Theracane, both used for self-myofascial release. I asked Santa for both items, even though I get regular bodywork every two weeks. I find that I need to self-treat some part of my body every day. Yep. I said every day. 

Avoiding Injuries As Summer Approaches

The good weather has finally arrived and everyone is outside, shaking out their bodies and becoming active again. Now is the time that we begin to notice how stiff we’ve become over the winter months, or that we haven’t been training enough for that race at the end of next month. This is when injuries […]

New Name. New Focus. New Location.

I’m excited to announce that my massage practice has relocated to a beautiful new studio at 160 Palmer Court, Suite 3, just off Rte. 5 south on the Norwich/Wilder line. I will be holding an open house there on Saturday, November 1, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Come learn about my new, exclusive focus on […]

Voted Best Massage Therapist in the Upper Valley

by some very happy clients in Vermont and New Hampshire! It’s a real privilege to not only receive this award, but to have the opportunity to work with such wonderful clients who felt me worthy of the vote!

Massage Covered by Health Insurance?

Could be so. There’s an interesting article in the New York Times Health and Wellness section on getting alternative therapies covered by health insurance. It requires more legwork on the patient’s part, but it seems that some health insurance companies will acquiesce with persistence and the right documentation.

Straight from the Client’s Mouth

The following was posted recently by a client on my Google Maps page. I really couldn’t have said it any better: “Lynne worked with my injury in a smart way. She started with a general massage. She then highlighted how I could benefit from some additional work with her if I were willing to do […]