Every day since I began learning muscle anatomy and physiology in massage school in 1997, I have studied at least one of my old muscle flash cards each morning, reviewing the origins, insertions, actions, and other characteristics of a randomly selected muscle. Today it was the diaphragm, the big dome-shaped muscle across the top of […]
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Wow! Don’t see this every day.
Medical Dental Building Massage – Now in Living Color
The Medical Dental Building is trying out some new colors for the building, and they’re using my floor, the 6th, as their testing ground. So please don’t be alarmed if you see random swaths of different colors in the hall on your way to get your massage.
New Website Launched Over Labor Day Weekend
While you guys were out barbecuing, water skiing, going to baseball games, and otherwise enjoying the long holiday weekend, I was immersed in web coding, graphic design, writing, and whatever else needed to happen to get this new version of this website up. I hope you like it
Keep Calm and Noodle On
Fremont Noodle House Group member Mike O. created this nice, noodle-worthy take on the “Keep Calm and _____” internet meme.
If you’re an independent, or independent-minded, professional who might like to join some like-minded folks for some camaraderie and a bowl of noodles now and then, please check out my Fremont Noodle House Group page.
Nice SlideShare deck on how great public speaking is.
Excessive sitting is a lethal activity.
James Levine, The Mayo Clinic
If your muscles are sore after a workout, should you reach for a pain pill or get a massage? A new scientific study suggest that you should go for the massage. Massage after vigorous exercise reduces pain and speeds muscle recovery, without the counterproductive side effects of drugs like aspirin and naproxen, concludes Dr. Mark […]