Massage: An Intuitive, Ancient Response
Posted by: cnyha on Nov 08, 2012 in news
In our western culture we have adopted many eastern therapies into our integrative health care approach. Massage is a just one of those therapies that is used to help with healing, soothing, and providing total relaxation and stress relief. It is natural for us to use the art of massage even on our own bodies
Acupunture for TMJ Relief
Posted by: cnyha on Feb 29, 2012 in news
Temporomandibular joint disorder or ‘TMJ’ is an acute or chronic inflammation of the joint which connects the lower jawbone to the skull.  Acupuncture has been shown to help relax these targeted muscles and decrease the overall stress level in the body to relieve discomfort. There are 10 million Americans who suffer from TMJ Disorder.    There
Massage: A Natural Boost for Your Body
Posted by: cnyha on May 19, 2011 in news
            Many of us know how wonderful it feels to receive a massage from a licensed therapist, yet we often overlook the true, long-lasting benefits of a good rubdown. In 2010, studies done by researchers from Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, led by Dr. Mark Rapaport, showed that a single massage can produce significant changes in the