Happy New Year!

by Olivia Chang
on January 14, 2015

     2015 New Year wishes to you...  

We are thankful for the opportunity to serve you in 2014....
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by Sharon Agir
on October 11, 2014





When we see babies play, they are able to touch and grab their feet. They have such great flexibility that they do it with ease. Our flexibility as we age seems to deteriorate due to changes to our soft tissues, many over which we have control:

-          Increase amount of calcium deposits from acidic blood chemistry and culmulative adhesions from unattended micro-traumas

-          Increase level of dehydration

-          Increase of fatty, collagenous fibers in muscle



You have the ability to improve your flexibility by:

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