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Ready for Golf Season?!


"Golf is life", so they say. When it comes to getting some exercise while stimulating all senses at once, I don't think many things can beat a relaxing round of golf. It's becoming late March, and the sweet smell of fresh-cut grass sounds pretty nice right about now. It will be here soon. Until then, breaking out the clubs and getting a few practice swings in the backyard or garage will have to do for most of us.


My job isn't to go on and on about golf, because I am SURE you all know more about the sport than I do. However, what I can DO for you for your golf-game is a different story. My awesome job as a Licensed Massage Therapist is to keep things moving, keep things pain-free, and to help keep your body in that affable state of euphoria that we all crave. What's better than being in a place you love while feeling amazing at the same time?


Upon searching for common injuries pertaining to Golf, I have found that these are all the things that I have experience working on - and with some pretty great results to boot. I am talking about epicondylitis (golf and tennis elbow), tendonitis, back strains, and of course many things that affect the rotator cuff. I, of course, will be creating new blogs covering a variety of these conditions and much more. Stay tuned!


Not only do I already have some experience working on a few golfers with specific issues connected to golf, but they have come back again and again to feel awesome. Even more, I can deliver the type of deep tissue massage that is not only productive and refreshing, but EVERYBODY wants that out of a massage. I have said it before, and I will say it again; There is nothing more frustrating than paying for a weak massage.

I have worked on athletes of all ages - high school-level, college-level, and currently work on a professional athlete every now and then. There is a certain level of pressure for me as a therapist when working on athletes and I absolutely thrive on it. I really want to do the very best each and every time. Athletes get my gears working and I look for solutions. It can be serious work and I find myself doing homework once in a while... but it is also the type of work that keeps me writing blogs like this one.

I don't have to write this blog. Nobody is making me do it. The purpose of this blog is to let people like you know that there is a difference between a therapist working on somebody just to make a paycheck and a therapist working on somebody in order to enhance their knowledge. If you've got questions, I will find the answers.


I have definitely had my fair share of sports injuries including bulging discs in my lumbar spine, sciatica, and posture-related muscle imbalances. What that should tell you is, I have first-hand experience in dealing with acute pain, chronic pain, healing injuries over a long period of time, and maintaining a pain-free lifestyle for over 10 years.


I'll be 43 this summer and I feel at-least 10 years younger. There is no reason why you can't feel the same. Heck, I don't even do yoga or stretch as often I probably should, but what I do is have the healthy mindset to know when-to-say-when... (if you know what I mean)


...When to do yoga, when I could benefit from switching-up my exercise routine, when I should drink more water, and most importantly, when I should rest, let the body heal, and get an awesome massage.

If you have any questions or would like me to cover anything specifically in future blogs, please leave a comment, send me a text to my phone, or call me. Also, be sure to leave a voicemail. I will respond as soon as I can. Check out my website, my Facebook page, and also my Instagram for more information about myself and my business.


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Great blog. You are the best.

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