Wellness Embodied Blog

We had the pleasure of having Alli Fielding, owner of Longevity, in for a massage with Ayleen recently- here’s what she had to say!

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– Hi everyone. 00:02 Suzanne from Wellness Embodied in Cairns. 00:06 Now, something you may or may not know about our practice is 00:09 that we have a really keen interest 00:11 in the emotional implications associated with physical pain 00:16 and also physical pain associated with emotional trauma. 00:22 And so, I’m actually making a series of videos on trauma 00:26 just dealing with a few key points that we really believe 00:29 and like to educate people on in the practice. 00:34 So, stay tuned for those. 00:35 Just to start you off with a little bit of

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Written by Ayleen Marinelli, Remedial Massage Therapist at Wellness Embodied Cairns. Recently I had a client ask what was the exact type of massage techniques I had been using on her. She had been responding extremely well with this form of therapy and she wanted to tell a family member who lives in another state, to get the same type of treatment. In this case I had mostly been using lymphatic drainage and myofascial release techniques.    As a remedial massage therapist I have many types of massage styles and techniques that I have acquired in order to use to treat the client to the best of my ability. I use a variety of techniques in a session, predominately Myofascial Release.

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Thank you for attending Wellness Embodied for treatment yesterday. As you will see from some of your treatment plan, comprehensive pain and injury management includes future prevention of pain and is a long term strategy for improving your wellbeing and quality of life. Below are the ways you may feel today after your first visit. Please email or call us at any time with questions and we’ll endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible. You feel FANTASTIC! Great! The majority of our clients experience symptom relief soon after treatment. We aim to offload painful tissues and areas,

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According to George Orwell, ‘Happiness can exist only in acceptance.’ This may seem an unusual sentiment from someone who wrote such dystopian books as 1984, but perhaps Orwell had acceptance mastered. Certainly, acceptance is an increasingly important tool in mind and body medicine.   In psychology, acceptance can be defined as our assent to the reality of our situation-whether positive or negative- without attempting to change the circumstances. In yoga, it can be summarized best by Aparigraha, meaning ‘non-attachment’. Aparigraha, one of the yamas from Patangali’s yoga sutras, teaches us that we should neither be attached to positive nor negative

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