Learn Trigger Point Massage- Free Workshop

Trigger Point Workshop Flier 2.24.15

 

Tuesday, February 24th at 6:30 pm

At The Whitefish Bay Public Library

5420 North Marlborough Drive

Milwaukee, WI 53217

Learn how Trigger Point Massage can help you reduce stress naturally. This workshop is hands-on, therefore, you MUST bring a partner…someone you could work with for 5 minutes a day at home or on the job.

Due to the nature of this workshop, we suggest wearing loose clothing.

Trigger Point Massage can help with:

-StressNeck/Shoulder Pain

-Stress

-Headaches

-Low/Mid Back Pain

-Improve Blood & Energy circulation

Receive a free test to see if acupuncture can help you!

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Call April by Thursday, February 19th to reserve your seat.

(414) 332-8888

Space is limited to 20 people and their partners.

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Guest Speaker:

Mindy Wilhelm, Diplomate in Acupuncture, Licensed Massage Therapist

 

Sponsored by:

Acupuncture & Holistic Health Associates and The Foundation for Wellness Professionals

Price: Free

Free February Workshop Series- Trigger Point Massage

Trigger Point Workshop Flier AHHA 2.10.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, February 10th at 6:00 pm

Learn how Trigger Point Massage can help you reduce stress naturally. This workshop is hands-on, therefore, you MUST bring a partner…someone you could work with for 5 minutes a day at home or on the job.

Due to the nature of this workshop, we suggest wearing loose clothing.

Dinner will be provided

Trigger Point Massage can help with:

-StressNeck/Shoulder Pain

-Stress

-Headaches

-Low/Mid Back Pain

-Improve Blood & Energy circulation

Receive a free test to see if acupuncture can help you!

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Call April by Thursday, February 5th to reserve your seat.

(414) 332-8888

Space is limited to 5 people and their partners.

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Guest Speaker:

Mindy Wilhelm, Diplomate in Acupuncture, Licensed Massage Therapist

 

Sponsored by:

Acupuncture & Holistic Health Associates and The Foundation for Wellness Professionals

Price: Free

Tea: The Key To Maintaining Immune Strength in Winter

orange-lemon-ginger-balsam-vinegar-1344523109One of the very best ways to stay healthy and happy during the winter months is by consuming copious amounts of various herbal teas.  There are many varieties but the basic principle is this: by drinking different kinds of brews you stay hydrated during the cold, dry, dark days of winter.  This is essential to immune health and over all well being.  Also, tea is warming and helps to keep the bodies temperature  regulate d.  A healthy body is one that maintains  circulation and the heat in different kinds of herbal tea will greatly aid in that action.

You can have fun with it and experiment a bit.  I will list some suggestions but try it out for yourself!

A very warming and nourishing concoction is Orange and Ginger Green Tea.

It is very simple.  Just take the peel off of an orange and steep it in freshly boiled water.  Then slice up 3-5 chunks of ginger and add it to the boiled water.  Let this steep for 10-15 minutes.  Then strain the ginger and orange peel and add your favorite green tea tea bag.  Let it steep for an additional five minutes or so.  If it cools considerably during the steeping process you can always re-heat it.  There you have it a very warming, immune fortifying  tea.  Not to mention it is delicious!

Another great recipe is fresh Lemon Ginger Tea.

This is another very simple recipe but always calls for fresh ingredients.  Again bring a desired amount of water to a boil and let sit for a minute away from the heat.  Then simply add the zest of one lemon.  You can also peel the lemon and use the peel itself.  After that chop up 4-6 chunks of ginger and add to the boiled water.  Let it sit for 10-15 minutes and drink.  Delicious and very good to keep your immune system strong!

 

With all of these recipes it is a matter of playing with it.  Some people like there tea stronger than others so to change the strength you can adjust the water/ peel/ginger/green tea ratio to your desired taste. Or whatever you choose to use.

It is fun to play with!  Add fresh turmeric root if you can find it.  Dried berries work a treat. There are many ways you can experiment with it.  The key is to stay nourished, warm and hydrated during the cold dog days of winter.  This will greatly aid in keeping you healthy and happy!!!

 

Enjoy!