After a long, snowy, cold winter many of us are excited to get outside to enjoy the sunshine and tend to our gardens.
Before we can reap the benefits of our lush, beautiful, blooming flower beds there is a lot of clean up to be done. Mulching, digging, planting and pruning is really a full body workout. Intensively using muscles that haven’t been consistently worked out in awhile can mean that some of us will be dealing with sore muscles, stiffness, and lower back pain.
This is why gardening and massage therapy go hand in hand. Unlike over the counter drugs or prescription medicine, massage therapy can help manage your pain naturally so you can return to your gardening activities feeling relaxed and rejuvenated!
Nancy Connell, LMT
Massage Therapist / 7 Years Experience
Nancy spent over 20 years in the financial industry, which included several years as an Options Trader on The Philadelphia Stock Exchange. Her own personal experience with massage therapy as a stress reliever inspired her to become a massage therapist.