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When was the last time you checked the Personal Injury Protection on your auto insurance? Did you know you had it? Do you even know what it is? (clears throat) Please excuse me while I get on my soapbox… Personal Injury Protection, also known as PIP coverage, is a component of auto insurance that covers medical expenses of the driver and passengers regardless of who's at fault during an accident.  PIP is how your providers get reimbursed...

Here is a client testimonial, via Whatcom Talk, about the virtues of self-care, massage, and floating after a car accident.  If you would like to learn more about the importance of receiving treatment massage after an auto accident, please read this blog post.  ...

  Anxiety, depression and PTSD are some of the most common mental health issues affecting people today. Right now, about 40 million adults in the U.S. suffer from anxiety disorders. These people are three to five times more likely to go to the doctor, and six times more likely to be hospitalized, than those who don't suffer from these disorders. Until now, there were very few ways to treat anxiety, depression and PTSD. While medications can help,...

Sound Women's Health and Aesthetics is across the parking lot from us in Building 11 and we've begun a wonderful relationship with their staff!  We love that though we each offer different services, they compliment each other perfectly. Here's a quick intro about them: Sound Women's Health and Aesthetics brings together the best of both worlds: cutting-edge technology and a beautiful spa-like setting.  They have become the leaders in their industry by offering honest answers and personalized...

Starting in early childhood we are taught to occupy our time and our minds.  We soon begin to believe an idle mind is a wasted mind. We then fill up our brains with tasks and goals to achieve. Before long our minds become overloaded with "voices" telling us where we need to go when we need to be there, and how much we should have once we arrive.  Luckily as children, we are still encouraged...

We're always looking for first-hand float experiences to share with clients so they understand what this "Floating thing" is all about. We think Sarah, of Whatcom Talk, summed it up wonderfully. Check it out...

Craniosacral therapy is a deep and profound method of healing that utilizes light touch on specific points around the cranium, along the spine and at the sacrum. These subtle movements work at the deepest level in the body to affect the nervous system, touch the subconscious and allow the brain to move into theta wave, the space between restful awareness and drifting off to sleep. Craniosacral therapy is a modality that kindles the body’s inherent...