Acupuncture for fatigue and Pain Management

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Acupuncture for Fatigue And Pain Manangement

By Rachelle Holmes of Chicago Breast Augmentation and Chicago Liposuction Center, Metropolitan MDs
Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of health care and treatments on the planet, but it still serves its purposes even today. Now, while inserting dozens of needles into your body doesn’t seem like the most fun way to treat ailments, acupuncture is a tried and true therapeutic practice that has helped people deal ...

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Have a Stubborn Injury? Cupping Therapy May Help

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By Esther Utley, LMP

What is Cupping Therapy?

As the name suggests, Cupping Therapy uses a combination of negative pressure and massage movements with the use of a suction device. Cupping therapy is a Negative Pressure technique that is used to achieve a wide range of responses, ranging from extreme relaxation to therapeutic.

Dreamclinic Massage CuppingA cup is positioned at the area to ...

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Dreamclinic Sweeps Best of Citysearch 2009

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Dreamclinic Best of Citysearch Massage SeattleIn keeping with tradition, this fall, Citysearch once again held voting for Best of Seattle in a variety of Health and Beauty Categories, including a number of massage specialties.

On December 3rd, Citysearch announced the winners based on popular voting.  Dreamclinic claimed first place in eight out of nine massage categories including Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Thai Massage and others.
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Dreamclinic therapist a local Football champion

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Renton Ravens Win National Championship

Showdown in Vegas

Hearty congratulations go out to the Renton Ravens who just competed for the National championship in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 18th against the Las Vegas Demolition.

renton ravens 3The Renton Ravens won the championship 32-29, playing in scorching heat against the previously undefeated Demolition on their home turf in what turned out to be a thriller.

“This was a huge and very emotional accomplishment for ...

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Dreamclinic joins Big Climb, raising money for Leukemia – March 22

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Dreamclinic is participating in this year’s Big Climb to help raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!

 

We’re excited that our 4-person team will join several thousand others in climbing 69 flights of stairs in the Columbia tower in downtown Seattle Sunday, March 22.

 

Big Climb SeattleThis is one of the Society’s biggest fundraisers annually, raising over $1 Million last year. Especially in these tough times it is uplifting to see so many ...

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Book Review – Live Longer by Moderating Your Food Intake

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By Larisa Goldin, MBA, LMP

 

I am reading a wonderful book by John Robbins, who has authored a number of popular health books, with the provocative title “Healthy at 100.” In the book, Robbins describes the diets of the four populations with the longest recorded average life spans on Earth.
One tidbit I found fascinating was the discussion about caloric intake. In the US, with our epidemic of obesity, it is well known that long-term excessive caloric ...
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Client Spotlight on Jodie

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Jodie Thomas dances for the Pacific Northwest Ballet.  From humble beginnings in St. Maries, Idaho (a town so small it didn’t even have a movie theatre), Jodie has danced her way into the big leagues. She moved from her hometown to study in Spokane at the age of 14, and then to Seattle two years later to study at the Pacific Northwest Ballet School.   Today, she is an accomplished soloist for the company.

 

With ...

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Dreamclinic makes CRAVE Seattle 2008 Guidebook

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Crave Seattle book is a unique and stylish guidebook for Seattle living that showcases some of the most creative, interesting, and gutsy women entrepreneurs throughout the city

The latest issue, released in August 2008, included a write up on Larisa Goldin, founder of Dreamclinic. See the spread from the book below.

Click here to learn more about the Crave Seattle guidebook 

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Myofascial Release for Posture and Chronic Pain

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By Laura G., LMP

 

The Nature of Fascia

Fascia is connective tissue that’s made of thin sheets of collagen, the  main protein that supports all of our bodily tissues and organs. This paper thin tissue wraps each muscle fiber, group of fibers, muscle, group of muscles, and lastly each limb. Layers of fascia go from very superficial (directly under the skin) to very deep (inside joint capsules). Regular movement and good hydration keep fascia healthy. When fascia is working correctly, it ...

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Allure Names Dreamclinic Best of Best for the Second Time

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Allure2007Every couple of years, Allure Magazine, the beauty and fashion monthly for women, turns its focus to massage, seeking to bring its readers their pick of the best spot to go to in each of the major metropolitan centers.
In 2004, Allure undercover shoppers selected Dreamclinic as their favorite massage place in Seattle, then followed up this selection with another in October of 2007. They included Dreamclinic in their Best of the Best 
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