Massage Tables

  1. The Making of an Earthlite Massage Oil

    The Making of an Earthlite Massage Oil Tara Grodjesk became involved in the wellness industry over 30 years ago, starting as a massage therapist and eventually becoming a master bodyworker, aromatherapist, and certified Ayurvedic practitioner. Tara began her own massage therapy product line in order to enhance her treatments and utilize the healing benefits of a good massage oil. As Earthlite’s Chief Product Alchemist, Tara formulated an entire new line of massage oils, designed for maximum efficacy in every modality. Tara is also involved in designing Earthlite’s new aromatherapy line, using experience from formulating products under her own name for more than 25 years. Read more
  2. Portable Massage Tables Vs. Stationary Massage Tables: Which is Best For You?

    Portable Massage Tables Vs. Stationary Massage Tables: Which is Best For You?

    Unless they have their own salons, most massage therapists will opt for purchasing portable massage tables since these models are stable and durable yet much more versatile than their stationary counterparts. Buying a table is an important investment; it is wise to take the time to research, assess your clientele's needs, and then make an informed decision.

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  3. Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Dave

    Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Dave

    Continuing with our recognition to the massage therapists that provide an amazing work in our communities, we contacted Dave Reeman. He is a licensed massage therapist, Russian martial arts instructor, and movement coach who is certified in many different modalities of massage since 2010. He works with athletes and professional sports teams to supplement training and relieve injuries as well as improve flexibility, movement, and strength.

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  4. Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Donna & the Ellora Lift Stationary table

    Earthlite® Massage Heroes - Donna & the Ellora Lift Stationary table Recently, we had the opportunity to meet Donna Miller, who discovered her interest in massage and teaching when she was only 8 years old. Since then she has been following her passion to help others feel better, combining massage with what she loves the most…teaching. And learn how she's been Read more
  5. The Symptoms and Effects of Sitting Too Much

    The Symptoms and Effects of Sitting Too Much As research from prominent studies keep pointing to the dangerous effects of a sedentary lifestyle, we’re learning that more and more the good habits we don’t practice might be just as bad as those poor habits we do. For example, who would have ever thought that a simple 8-hour work day spent Read more
  6. Massage: What It Is Really Doing For You!

    Massage: What It Is Really Doing For You! Let me start by telling you that I am not a massage therapist; I do, however, work with a whole slew of them. Pretty amazing people, if I do say so. I also happen to be a pretty serious consumer of massage—not just because I work with massage therapists, but because I have experienced some pretty Read more
  7. Stressed Much? Try These 5 Ways to Unwind!

    I’m pretty much a constant ball of stress. I have a job, am a full-time student, and have two small children. Something pretty much always has to give; often, it’s the laundry. Last night, it was the kids’ bath. So sue me. Sometimes we all just need a break. Breaks, if you ask me, are a Read more
  8. Last-Minute Holiday Gifts for Those Spa-Going Friends

    Have a spa-lover in the family? Me too. A couple, in fact. The brilliance of having a few regular (or even semi-regular) spa-goers in the family (or in your wider circle of friends), is partly that gift-giving is so fantastically easy. Spa and wellness oriented gift certificates are particularly Read more
  9. Massage as Medicine? Really?

    With all the talk about Obamacare going around, I’ve had health insurance (and just health) on the brain lately. It so happens that I’m also personally interested in topics of health and wellness, especially how our society addresses health collectively. So, when a friend asked me the other Read more
  10. Massage: No, It Isn’t Just About Pampering

    If you aren’t a regular massage client, you’re probably thinking: Of course massage is about pampering! And, yes, that’s partially true: Massage offers time away from life’s chaotic interludes, the type of relaxation you probably only get away from home, and even—yes—some good old Read more

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