Category: Santa Barbara Deep Tissue Massage

Low Testosterone Syndrome & Steroid Facts. Is T Supplementation Safe? Post 1 of 2

Low Testosterone Syndrome & Steroid Facts. Is T Supplementation Safe? Post 1 of 2

Testosterone is produced by the adrenal cortex, the testes in men, and the ovaries in women. When it is bound to protein in the blood it is called total testosterone. Testosterone that is not bound to proteins is called free testosterone and is the biologically active form of the hormone. Testing can help identify whether you have low testosterone levels, normal testosterone levels, or high testosterone levels.

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Massage Santa Barbara

Massage Santa Barbara

Why visit a massage factory in SB where you might not get a great massage and have a bad experience. Why get stuck with a monthly membership you don’t want or never use! Why deal with rude spa managers who just want to sign you up for a membership so that they can make a bonus.

Visit PRO massage in a nice quiet, quaint neighborhood, tucked away on the west side of Santa Barbara.  My studio is full of art and I hope you like cats because I have three.

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Sports Gua Sha at PRO Massage

Sports Gua Sha at PRO Massage

Gua sha is the practice of using a tool to apply pressure and scrape the skin to relieve pain and tension. This action causes light bruising, which often appears as purple or red spots known as petechiae or sha. The name gua sha — pronounced gwahshah — comes from the Chinese word for scraping.

Gua sha is a natural, alternative therapy that involves scraping your skin with a massage tool to improve your circulation. This ancient Chinese healing technique may offer a unique approach to better health, addressing issues like chronic pain.

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Myofascial Release in Santa Barbara, Goleta

Myofascial Release in Santa Barbara, Goleta

Myofascial describes a symptom or treatment that relates to the connective tissue of the muscles — the fasciae — and the muscles themselves. Practitioners treat myofascial pain using myofascial release, physical manipulation aimed at relaxing the muscles and fasciae. Many events can cause myofascial pain, including physical strain, surgery, and inflammatory conditions that tighten the muscles. Often, people feel the pain from these knot-like constrictions at a different point in the body than the specific problem area. The release of these origins or “trigger points” can alleviate pain.

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Student Massage Therapy for Students @ UCSB Recreation & Wellness, University of California, SBCC, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, Goleta

Student Massage Therapy for Students @ UCSB Recreation & Wellness, University of California, SBCC, Westmont College, Santa Barbara, Goleta

Instructions for Massage Therapy Appointments for Students:

Download & or Fill out the First Time Intake Form for Riktr PRO Massage on the Forms link @ the top of the forms page link.
E-Mail to ( riktrdeeptissuemassage@hotmail.com ) or bring the printed form with you to your appointment.
Call 805-637-7482 or text Riktr PRO Massage to schedule an appointment. (please include your name, times that you are available and a brief statement as to why you’re calling).
Read over Riktr Pro Massage Policies

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