10 Reasons You Should Use an Infrared Sauna During the Summer Yuck! Voluntarily sitting in a 130-degree sauna while its 90 degrees outside. Why would any sane person do that? Saunas seem like a no-brainer in the cold, dark, and dreary winter months. But once things start to get warmer and everyone is flocking to the nearest pool, remember to add in sauna time. We all know that the more regular a user you are of an infrared sauna the more amazing (downright magical) the effects are. So why does the usage drop? Because people have been misinformed about the use during warmer months (or they can’t stand the thought.
Due to the approaching snow storm, Centered Therapies will be closed Friday (except for Dr. Sara Rausch who is still planning on making it in to offer chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition, and yoga). We hope everyone stays safe and gets a chance to play in the snowflakes. We plan on being open Saturday, so if you need some heat, our infrared sauna is open.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our telephone lines are down. Centurylink is working on the problem, but it won’t be resolved until tomorrow 2/8/18. You can still schedule online or email us @ email@example.com
first responder flyer sauna Centered Therapies would like to say Thank You to all of our local First Responders with a 50% discount on any Infrared Sauna session through April 14th, 2017* Also, 10% off your 1 st Massage Therapy Session with Amber Huffman, LMT for new clients in March & April. First responders are proven to be exposed to toxins on a regular basis, which makes the use of infrared saunas particularly important. Over 60 years of research and especially studies conducted on World Trade Center responders have shown saunas help your body release a number of toxins including mercury, lead, arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, nickel, industrial chemicals, pesticides and.
Benefits of Infrared Sauna Use for First Responders (firefighters, police personnel, EMT’s, paramedics, and active and discharged military) First responders have one of the highest risks for exposure to toxin overload from chemicals such as PCBs, PBBs, dioxins, arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury, BPA, and more. Symptoms of toxin overload include: Fatigue Headache Joint/muscle pain Frequent colds and flu Allergies Hormonal imbalances Chemical sensitivity Sinus congestion Psoriasis and other skin conditions Loss of dexterity Insomnia Memory loss Mood changes Mental confusion 1 Infrared saunas offer a viable solution to naturally and safely removing toxins from the body. Whole body infrared saunas have been used by German physicians for over 80 years.
60-Minute Massage Therapy session and Infrared Sauna session for $70. Valid February 1-28, 2017 Experience the Combined Benefits of Infrared Sauna and Massage Therapy The advantages of therapeutic massage therapy are obvious and immediately felt: reduced muscle tension, heightened relaxation, broken up lactic deposits, and released endorphins. Those benefits can be maximized when a massage is paired with a complementary therapy, like an infrared sauna. Both therapies work to alleviate issues throughout your entire body, flush the lymph system, detoxify, and easy muscle discomfort. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Infrared sauna and massage therapy must be received on the same day to receive special. 2-person infrared sauna session.
We have a new service down at Centered Therapies, an infrared sauna. Check out our new infrared sauna page. 15 minute and 30 minute sessions are now available and are $10 for all sessions, now through July 29th, 2016. Why use the infrared? It deeply detoxes, burns up to 900 calories in 30 minutes, improves your heart health like jogging, improves your skin (including cellulite), boosts your immune systems, and so much more. It uses dry heat produced by infrared light waves, so you can breath easily and more people can enjoy it than the high temperature steam saunas.
$5 off your massage with Amber Huffman, Amber’s Healing Touch valid this summer from June through July 2016.
Strong and Active Through the Seated Postures Workshop next week! Yoga is generally associated with mobility and flexibility but there is an equally important need for strength and activation in order to have a good balance within the yoga practice and throughout life. In the seated postures, we often forget to use our strength and just passively fall into a posture. We have a tendency to continue this habit as we are in seated positions in our daily lives as well. Beginners will enjoy a slower paced, more instructional introduction to seated postures and more advanced practitioners will experience a greater depth in their existing practice. Schedule appointment
Amber with Amber’s Healing Touch is offering 10% off your initial massage for new clients. If you have been thinking about coming in for a massage, now is a great time!
We would like to extend a thank you to all of our clients for helping us reach our 2 years in business anniversary November 18!
Introduction to Chakradance, and Celebration Chakradance classes are scheduled for October 15-21. Sign up today. Schedule appointment
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Sign up for the CLASS Sarah Pratt is offering another Self Myofascial release class Thursday, October 1st from 4pm-6pm. Learn basic myofascial release techniques that you can do at home. Class price includes an alpha myofascial release ball (value $15). Please wear comfortable clothes including shorts.
Greetings Sweet Yogis, Chiropractic and Acupuncture Patients, I am so excited to report that I am back in the office part-time as of July 27th! Our daughter, Isabella Margaret Rausch, made her scary, spectacular, fast appearance on June 28 (the day before our scheduled cesarean section). She is absolutely perfect and has brought so much joy to our family! She was footling breech so I was required to have a cesarean section, which kept me out a week longer than I had initially planned but I am so very elated to be back to the office and seeing everyone’s lovely, smiling faces!! To celebrate the birth of our little bundle,.
Centered Therapies has been voted as one of the top Davenport, IA Chiropractic practices. Verified by Opencare.com
For the month of June 2015, come down to Centered Therapies and receive 50% off Medical Acupuncture with Dr. Maurice Huffman, Huffman Clinic. This is an incredible opportunity. Also visit, Dr. Huffman at the Radish Fair.
$10 off your 1st appointment for massage therapy with Amber Huffman, Amber’s Healing Touch valid through June 30, 2015!
20% off your 1st visit to Dr. Maurice Huffman valid through June 30, 2015!
Amber joins us as a massage therapist May 4! She is excellent. Book your appointment soon! Posted by Centered Therapies on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
We would like to welcome Dr. Maurice Huffman, Huffman Clinic PLLC to Centered Therapies. Dr. Huffman is a medical doctor will be offering medical acupuncture and trigger point injections Starting May 4th. Look for more information coming as our website is updating.
Introduction to Chakradance: This class works with the whole energy field (aura) and allows you to connect to all 7 chakras and experience the unique energies of each. You will also draw a personal mandalas to capture your experience of the class. ($20 or Bring-a-Friend Special 2 for $30). 90 minute class
Ashtanga Yoga Workshop Intro to Ashtanga Yoga Workshops Taught by Dr. Sara Tuesday, June 17, 5:30pm-7:30pm, $20/person Discuss philosophy and background information Answer questions Begin working through the warm up series and standing postures Slow-paced and encouraging environment All levels welcome Absolutely no experience (or flexibility) required Some mats will be available to borrow
FREE Beginner Ashtanga Yoga Classes Saturday: May 10 @ 8:30am May 17 @ 9am May 24 @ 9am Wear comfortable clothes & bring a yoga mat. Some mats will be available to borrow.
Since there hasn’t been any sign-up for the Science of Breathing workshop yet, Johanna has decided to cancel the workshop. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Ashtanga Yoga classes Taught by Dr. Sara Mondays, 9:00-10:00am, starting April 21 Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm, starting April 23 Fridays, 11:00am-noon, starting April 25 All levels welcome Absolutely no experience (or flexibility) required Some mats will be available to borrow
Ashtanga Yoga Workshops and Classes Intro to Ashtanga Yoga Workshops Taught by Dr. Sara Saturday, April 19, 9:00am-11:00am, $20/person Thursday, April 24, 5:30pm-7:30pm, $20/person Discuss philosophy and background information Answer questions Begin working through the warm up series and standing postures Slow-paced and encouraging environment All levels welcome Absolutely no experience (or flexibility) required Some mats will be available to borrow
THE SCIENCE OF BREATHING A Workshop on Learning Yogic Breath Presented by Johanna W-Hilliard, 500 hr ERYT Friday, May 2nd at 5:00 pm Pranayama – the expansion of Life Force – is one of the most beneficial aspects of Yoga. Pranayama is a body of breathing techniques designed to help calm your nervous system, boost your immune system, and improve your circulatory system. It is also the first step towards meditating. Training the mind to focus on the breath helps prepare you to enter a more deeply meditative state. In this workshop series, Johanna W-Hilliard will guide you in exploring your own threshold capacity (the limit of inhale and.
Dr. Sara is offering existing Centered Therapies clients a new patient appointment which includes a FREE: consultation, postural analysis, physical exam, chiropractic exam and report of findings. This is a $50 savings and expires April 30th, 2014, so book your new patient visit this month and save.
We are excited to announce that Dr. Sara Ringelstetter will be joining the Centered Therapies Team. She is a chiropractor who puts client care first and offers a wide range of techniques from traditional adjustments to functional movement appointments. She is offering a free exam to any existing Centered Therapies client!
Myofascial therapy relieves soft tissue restrictions that cause pain. Some causes of chronic myofascial pain or low back pain are easier to diagnose than others: trauma (suchas a car accident or fall), cumulative posture misalignment or mechanical deficits, a compressed nerve from a herniated disc, or inflammatory conditions. When pain is caused by myofascial tightness within the fascial system (the web of connective tissue that spreads throughout the body and surrounds every muscle, bone, nerve blood vessel, and organ to the cellular level) the diagnosis is more difficult, as fascia restrictions do not show up on MRI scans or X-rays. Yet, those restrictions can play a significant role in creating.