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Laura

Motion is Lotion, by Erin Ingram, SPT

What is the number one way to prevent injury? Keep moving! Sitting all day can lead to chronic tension, tight fascia, and repetitive-use injuries. How can you avoid such aches and pains? Take a break every 30 minutes throughout the day. As gravity pulls down on your head and neck... Read More

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What goes up, must come down. By Suzy Shulman

I love the up. I live there, teach there, and practice there. I love it love it love it. “Up†allows me to be in the here and now, and yet not at all. I am completely focused on the up and not anything else. But here's the thing, what goes up must come down. Read More

Emelia

Ture Healing is Inside of YOU, by Emelia Brogna

I have had many family and friends remark on how lucky I am to be able to "heal" people. I whole-heartedly agree about the first part; I am lucky! However, I am more reluctant to agree with the second part, and quickly point out that what I really do is help people heal themselves. Read More

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One Month of Barre Classes, by Katrina Simeck

After my first class, I felt old, fat, awkward, inflexible, and out of place. I cried on the drive home. BUT. I also felt kind of awesome. The endorphin rush prompted me to sign up for the next 4 classes. They happened to be scheduled four days in a row. I decided that what didn't kill me would (potentially) literally make me stronger...and so I just went for it... Read More

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Laura

TODAY “What’s Hot in Health” Da Vinci BodyBoard Segment

Posted by Laura on Dec 10, 2013 in All Wellness News | 0 comments

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Rhabdo-my-whosie-whatie? By Emelia Brogna, DPT

Posted by Laura on Sep 18, 2013 in All Wellness News | 0 comments

 

 

I had a former patient contact me recently to tell me about her new diagnosis of Rhabdomyolysis (a rare injury in which the muscles break down and overload the kidneys), which she developed after a particularly intense return to Crossfit following a 3 month break from training. 

This injury is becoming more common in people who have pushed their bodies to the limit during physical activity, referred to as “Exertional Rhabdomyolysis”. Athletes are particularly prone to this in hot, humid conditions, and during workouts heavy with eccentric (“negative”) activities, such as, pull-ups and push-ups.

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Laura

Watch a Da Vinci BodyBoard Class

Posted by Laura on Jul 30, 2013 in All Wellness News | 0 comments

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Let’s Face it! How CST Can help, Emelia Brogna DPT

Posted by Laura on Jun 18, 2013 in Physical Therapy | 0 comments

 

Let’s Face It!
How Craniosacral Therapy can help with facial pain or problems.

After spending 3 days in the company of one of the most advanced and progressive Craniosacral Therapists in the world, Don Ash, PT, I am reinvigorated to share how CST can help you.

In my latest class we covered the facial structures and even ventured into mouth work. This can be particularly effective for people who have

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Laura

What We Think About Angelina’s Breasts, by Emelia Brogna DPT

Posted by Laura on May 16, 2013 in All Wellness News | 0 comments

 

Everyone’s talking about Angelina. Thankfully, it’s not just tabloid speculation about whether or not she is pregnant, why she’s not yet married to Brad Pitt, or ever more chatter about the size of her boobs.

Oh. What’s that? It IS about her boobs?!! 

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What do you do? by Emelia Brogna DPT

POSTED BY LAURA ON MAY 1, 2013 IN ALL WELLNESS NEWS | 0 COMMENTS

 

Hi Blogosphere. As the new All Wellness (guest) blogger. I thought I would introduce myself.

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