Charity Carleton of Red Deer

Charity Carleton of Red Deer

Whole wellness ~ body, mind and spirit

Maintaining ones health should be an easy task, but as we all know, it is not one that is easily performed. This is where someone like Pamella Lindley, of Essential Massage can be of great assistance.

Stress is a part of our everyday life. There are positive stressors and negative stressors, the later being quite often cause for a breakdown in the functions of the human body, mind and/or spirit.

Breakdown physically, emotionally and spiritually can be caused by physical or mental illness, disease, injury or just simply because we do not take the time to care for ourselves appropriately.

A physical breakdown can cause emotional breakdown which then in turn can cause a break in your spirit—any way you arrange the three, can explain the breakdown of the other two.

Maintaining ones health should be an easy task, but as we all know, it is not one that is easily performed. This is where someone like Pamella Lindley, of Essential Massage can be of great assistance.

Lindley is a Certified Human Services Worker, specializing in mental health and stress management, who offers her clients a “whole wellness” attitude. A variety of massage techniques such as; Swedish relaxation massage, hot stone therapy, aroma therapy and more, can help to relieve pain, anxiety and sore muscles. Lymph drainage, reflexology, and reiki are also used to promote whole body healing and her day spa services such as body wraps and facials are great for a feel good boost.

Lindley has just celebrated 17 years with her business and keeps up-to-date on all therapies she uses with education and training resulting in her many certifications.

Keeping current on therapies has resulted in an interesting find for Lindley during this past year, a find that she is quite happy to share with others.

Whole body vibration – a technique that provides results similar to that of working out with free weights, only it does not take up that much of your time.

Getting fit could take just 10 minutes a day upon a vibration platform called “Kwikfit4u.”

This is a resistance machine that causes your body to have involuntary muscle contractions resulting in the burning of calories and the stimulation of blood and oxygen flow throughout your body.

Some of it’s proven benefits are: better circulation, weight loss, reduction in back and arthritic pain, improvement in flexibility, mobility and balance and the strengthening of muscle resulting in healing time from injury to be much quicker.

“I witnessed results in a friend,” states Lindley. “I decided to buy one myself, and the results I’ve achieved from April to July are just crazy!” She adds, “I have so much more energy, I sleep better and I feel so good.”

Lindley has been sharing Kwikfit4u with her family and friends, and is so pleased with the results she has decided to take it public.  Kwikfit4u is CSA approved and comes with a two year warranty. More information can be found on line by visiting www.kwikfit4u.com or by calling Essential Massage. Information about Lindley’s whole wellness services can be found by calling or by visiting www.massagebypamella.com.

Try the Kwikfit4u for free or make an appointment for a whole wellness experience by calling Pamella at Essential Massage: 250-295-7980.

Don’t break down—take care of the whole; body, mind and spirit.

 

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