Vita's sole intention is to empower you to thrive! Advocates for self-care, we believe when you bring awareness to your body- when you feel vibrant and connected- you’re your best you. Inspired by real life & real people, we know that when you feel better, you're more inspired to help the people around you. That collective energy ripples out in the most meaningful and transformative of ways!
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Fitness and massage have long been natural companions. The practice of integrating the two into your training may allow you to more easily reach your wellness and performance goals. Regular massage sessions won't just help you relax. They can help you feel more physically and psychologically fit.
Anytime you exercise or engage in intense physical activity, you are tightening and tensing your muscles. The purpose, of course, is to build stronger muscles and increase overall muscle mass, but working out damages muscles. It is damaged muscle fibers that make you feel sore or ache after exercising. If you've recently experienced an increase in soreness, or are looking to take your training up a level, you may benefit greatly from seeing a licensed massage therapist.
Physician and holistic health pioneer Rachel Naomi Remen once confessed that as a pediatric intern she was an unrepentant baby kisser, often smooching her little patients as she made her rounds at the hospital. She did this when no one was looking because she sensed her colleagues would frown on her behavior, even though she couldn't think of a single reason not to do it.
The lack of basic human contact in our high-tech medical system reflects a larger social ill that has only recently started to get some attention--touch deprivation. The cultural landscape is puzzling. On the one hand, we are saturated in suggestive messages by the mass media; on the other hand, the caring pediatrician is afraid someone might look askance at her planting a kiss on a baby's forehead. What's wrong...more
Massage just isn't what it used to be. It's no longer a treat reserved for special occasions, trips to fancy spas, or a girl's weekend. In today’s world, massage serves as prevention and recovery for stress, injury and overall health. As such, we’re excited to see that men are incorporating it into their wellness routines more than ever. If you’ve yet to experience the benefits,, here are a few ways massage might serve you:
1. Workout performance and recovery
Too much of anything, even very good things, isn’t actually much good at all. That intense marathon training,...more