Ah, springtime! The last rotten snow from The Endless
Winter is finally melting away as March’s lion-ish spring morphs into a showery-flowery
April spring. Gray, sodden skies have turned blue. They’re dotted with white, fluffy
… OK, gray-bottomed clouds (representing the “showers” part of the old rhyme). They
scuttle from right to left, left to right across the horizon rushed along on a
frigid—I meanbrisk—breeze. Robins
are everywhere, singing their little fool heads off,amourin their hearts.
I'm often asked during sessions or when I'm out and about how I came to be a massage therapist.
Once a long while ago I received work from a young lady. She was younger than me at the time of our meeting. I found her to be so inspiring. The way she spoke - her light, her way of being. Each time I came home from a session with her I felt very different.
Her work rumbled something in me. It tugged at me. It massaged the idea of how this very non traditional type of work could invoke such happiness in another person.
Did you know that more than two-thirds (68%) of working Americans use a computer at work? As a result of the explosion of computers as a necessary tool for our communication and work environment, we are experiencing physical strain on the body. This is a result of improper ergonomics when it comes to the proper way to use a computer through our sitting, location of the keyboard and amount of breaks during the day.
Working at a computer can contribute to back, neck and shoulder pains, eyestrain and overuse injuries of the hands and wrists.