Gut Health - Ben Warren

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Ben Warren UTube link Video, He shares a lot of info you may find helpful. 


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Menopause - Blog share

Written by Jo Ann Prior

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Here is a Blog share from a fellow ATMS professional. 

 


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doTERRA Oils for everybody's body

Written by Jo Ann Prior

doTERRA® Oils can be purchase any time if I don't have the oil it can be ordered every month before the 15th of the month.

But why wait Become a whole customer My doTERRA Page

Just text or email me if you want a price on oils. I don't charge full retail. 

TRY doTERRA Aromatouch therapy

doTERRA® helps to enhance your life and improve your family's health and well being.


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How to use a Foam Roller

Written by Jo Ann Prior

What is a Foam Roller?

A foam roller is just a cylindrical piece of hard-celled foam that varies in size from 30 to 70 cm long. They can be purchased from $25 and up.

Foam Rolling is a method of soft tissue mobilisation and a form of self-myofascial release (SMR): basically self-massage.

Fascia is the soft tissue component of the connective tissue that provides support and protection for most structures within the human body, including muscle. This soft tissue can become restricted due to psychogenic disease, overuse, trauma, infectious agents, or inactivity which often results in pain, muscle tension, and corresponding diminished blood flow. Although fascia and its corresponding muscle are the main targets of myofascial release, other tissue may be affected as well, including other connective tissue. When the fascia becomes irritated, it becomes inflamed, leading to thickening of the connective tissues (fibrosis), which in turn causes reflexive muscle tension which leads to more inflammation.


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How much water should I Intake

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Awesome Water Filtering System info here 

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Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.


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Top 5 things you can do to get the most out of your massage

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Top 5 things you can do to get the most out of your massage.

1. Slow, deep breaths into the side of the ribs / top of the lungs during the massage. This will help to relax you and will benefit the muscles so they can release under firm pressure. People often stop breathing, contract or strain when they feel the pressure is too much. Never tell yourself you need to handle the pressure because this will only lead to feeling anxious or extra sensitive.

2. Don’t be afraid to discuss any apprehensions, concerns, or worries you have once the massage has started. Ask for areas you feel need the most amount of treatment time.  I am a professional dedicated to doing my best to help you feel at ease at all times, Its always my aim to include the feet, forehead, and scalp in the treatment as these areas carry a lot of tension.


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Liver and gut Help

Written by Jo Ann Prior

My clients ask me regularly about things they can do. Heres a link you can get the simple facts.

https://www.wellandgood.com/good-food/liver-and-gut-cleansing-foods/


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Post Massage Care

Written by Jo Ann Prior

Having a massage, especially a deep tissue massage, is a form of passive exercise, as hard as that may be to believe, and you need to take care of yourself as if you have just exercised. 

You don't want to ruin that relaxed high you're on right now, do you?  Since you were too relaxed to hear me, let me give you some information and rules to follow.

Drink Lots Of Water, Especially For The Next 24 Hours - this is perhaps the most important rule of all.  Rehydration is key to a healthy body, especially after a massage.  Since massage promotes lymphatic movement, drinking water and hydrating yourself is key to moving toxins through the kidneys and out of the body. Drinking water is the best way to do this - and no, water in tea, coffee, soft drinks don't count!  Don't be surprised if you seem to have an increased urine output, i.e. you are peeing much more.  This is also normal.


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How to Purchase a Gift Voucher online

Written by Jo Ann Prior

How to buy gift vouchers using the online system: Computer

To buy a voucher from Relax4health.com.au on your computer. First click on the tab that says "Vouchers" just under the top banner.  

This should then bring up all of the vouchers which are available and to add one to be purchased click the “Add to Cart” button below the item. 

Change the quantity of the chosen item you would like and then click the check out button in the bottom right corner. 


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