By Brenda Wakefield, MS, LMT, LMTI, CEP
Let’s recognize that this time of year, with the hustle and bustle, brings stress. It’s a given – shopping, cooking, office party, travel, in-laws, gifting and much more – adds to the overall holiday cheer. People want to
know how to survive this amazing time of year into the next season and feel well and healthy. A list of
priorities can be your guide and road map to move through this season unscathed.
Many folks prepare throughout the year to keep the stress-level down by shopping from January through December. Last minute prep is stressful, and you may miss out on savings! Hopefully we all learn to plan and make smarter choices to survive the season.
Relaxation Will Help You Survive
It starts with attention to self-healing. You must add yourself to your season of giving. It might be the best gift you give yourself, or even someone else. But at this moment it about self-preservation. Joy comes through touch and relaxation. A gentle light touch provides amazing physiological release in the body. The central nervous system, the brain, and spinal cord are then able to self-correct and bring balance back to the body. Massage therapy is one avenue for relaxation, however, numerous options exist. My all-time favorite is Cranio Sacral Therapy which soothes the body and leaves my clients speechless. The end-result of a peaceful state of relaxation is evident from the visible
expression on their face.
Save yourself from harboring pain, tension, discomfort and ill-health when you take 60 minutes you won’t
regret. I encourage a maintenance plan as a lifestyle commitment like clockwork and a necessity to good
health. The benefits from therapeutic bodywork:
Reduction of headache and migraine pain
Relief from chronic head and neck pain
Minimized stress and tension related disorders
In addition, Cranial Sacral Therapy addresses:
Motor coordination difficulties
Central Nervous System Disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
And Many Other Conditions
Make yourself a priority and enjoy the gift of non-invasive touch therapy.
Brenda Wakefield, MS, LMT, LMTI, CEP offers proactive massage and touch therapies and initiates the body’s natural healing ability after injury. Start feeling better today, call her office at 214-380-9700, or her mobile phone at 469-955-6530. Learn more about the therapies she provides at www.handsofchoice.com. Schedule an appointment in the DFW area at http://styleseat.com/brendawakefield. Find her ad in The OffBeat Business Magazine.
My goal is to provide services/products that are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We make no medical claims and make no statements of validation. Always consult with your professional health care provider before beginning any health care regimen.