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  1. Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Tammy

     For more almost 30 years Earthlite has been working with many massage therapists and business owners that deserve to be recognized by the community. We wanted to honor a few of those "heroes”: business owners, innovators, sports therapists, and local massage therapists that provide their Read more
  2. Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Ruthie

    Earthlite works with many massage therapists and business owners that we think deserve to be highlighted. We wanted to recognize a few people that we consider “heroes” of the massage world: business owners, innovators, sports therapists, and local massage therapists that provide to the general Read more
  3. 5 Things to Consider When Going to School for Massage Therapy

    These days, more and more people have decided to pursue a career in massage therapy. This makes sense given the fact that the field offers opportunities for competitive pay as well as the ability to positively contribute to the mental and physical health of others. If you're fairly certain that a Read more
  4. Give the Gift of Relaxation This Holiday Season

    We all know that one person who seems to be overworked, over-stressed, and constantly overwhelmed. Perhaps it's a parent who's still working their stressful corporate job, or a close friend whose whole life seems to revolve around her graduate degree.When it comes to these special stressed people in Read more
  5. Standing Room Only - California School Making the Switch to Standing Desks

    Schools in the United States may find themselves having garage sales to unload millions of traditional school desks if one California elementary school is any indication of a coming trend. In San Rafael, the majority of students at Vallecito Elementary School spend their learning day standing up, Read more
  6. 4 Techniques for Combating the Negative Effects of Sitting

     Although many jobs require hours of sitting every day, sitting for long periods of time can be very stressful on the human body. With excessive sitting, there is an increased risk of a dangerous type of blood clot called deep vein thrombosis forming in the legs. Sitting for long periods can Read more
  7. Your Guide to Preparing Yourself For Your First Massage

    If you’ve never had a massage, the idea of a stranger touching you and seeing that extra bit of belly fat, the oddly-shaped birthmark, or those knobby knees you’ve always been self-conscious of can prove to be anxiety-inducing. Rest assured, a masseuse couldn’t care less about that extra ten Read more
  8. How to Deal With Awkward Massage Moments

    How to Deal With Awkward Massage Moments Due to the personal nature of massage, awkward moments are bound to happen. What separates a true massage professional from an amateur masseuse is how they deal with these occurrences when they happen.If you were the client when one of these awkward occurrences you would, no doubt, be horrified. In Read more
  9. Can Standing Desks Make You More Productive? Data Says Yes

    Much has been said about standing desks over the past few years, but the data is undeniable, we’re sitting far too much and standing while working certainly has its benefits.According to research by James Levine, an endocrinologist at the famed Mayo Clinic, “The way we live now is to sit all day Read more
  10. The Benefits of Anti-Fatigue Mats in the Workplace

     Any worker that stands for more than four hours in a single shift are likely to suffer from fatigue which could result in back and neck pain as well as increased discomfort or pain in the joints, such as the ankles, knees and hips. As a massage therapist, we’re all used to being on our feet Read more

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