Massage therapy is back on location and taking appointments for this Friday & Sat. 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Services performed by a staff of
Sensory Concepts, Inc.
Kelly Broughall, LMT
Kayleigh Miller, LMT
We would like to announce starting in September we will begin to hold monthly Wellness Fair.
This will include local wellness professionals talking about their services, their products and how to take better care of yourself.
These events will be announced through our social media outlets.
Our first scheduled event will be held on September 11th 2019.
Time to be announced
JULY - AUGUST
20% off all of our new Neora Skin, Anti-Aging and Wellness Products
"FREE RED LIGHT THERAPY SESSIONS"
MASSAGE THERAPY IS BACK STARTING THIS FRIDAY MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT EARLY.
A NEW DAY BEGINNING WELLNESS CENTER, INC has brought on a line of Skin, Anti-Aging and Wellness Product offered through NEORA
Red Light Therapy is here! Taking appointments
or stop in.
Learn more about Red Light Therapy
Massage therapy can treat chronic conditions such as:
Saunas relax muscles and soothe aches/pains
in both muscles and joints.
Under the high heat provided by a sauna, the body releases endorphins
(see health and wellness benefit #1).
Endorphins can have a mild, enjoyable "tranquilizing effect" and the ability to minimize the pain of arthritis and muscle soreness other from, say, an intense physical workout.
Body temperature also rises from the heat of the sauna.. This causes blood vessels to dilate, therefore increasing blood circulation. This increased blood flow in turn speeds up the body’s natural healing process via soothing aches and pains and/or speeding up of the healing of minor bruises or cuts.
After participating in physical sports, use the heat and/or steam of a sauna to promote muscle relaxation by helping to reduce muscle tension and eliminate lactic acid and/or other toxins that may be present.
Red Light Therapy for Pain Relief
Red light therapy for pain relief is a gentle, non-invasive, drug-free, and chemical-free alternative that has been shown to reduce and in some cases even eliminate aches and pains. At first it sounds ridiculous.
How can light help with my chronic back pain? Well, it’s quite simple.
The infrared light (invisible light) penetrates deeper in our body and repairs or regenerates cell components. The infrared light also activates the production of endorphins and blocks pain-transmitting chemicals.
The portable devices for this purpose typically use Infrared light (deep penetrating light) – at 660 nm - 880nm, which penetrates to a depth of about 30-40 mm, making it an effective pain relief for:
1. Herniated and bulging discs
2. Muscle related back pain
5. Pulled and strained muscles, Muscle spasms
7. Nerve injuries
8. Sports injuries: bone fractures and chips, sprains, tennis elbow etc.
9. Neck pain and stiffness
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