Marsh News

Not Just a Luxury – Massage for Back Pain

In spite of the exploding opioid crisis, so many of us still think of massage as a pampering luxury. A new study published this year from Indiana University is trying to change that. The study followed a range of individuals from different backgrounds, ages, health categories, etc, as they received massage therapy from regular spas […]

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Dr. Weil on Watsu

Watsu has many benefits, but it is uniquely effective as a therapy for controlling pain with its combination of deep relaxation, multi-dimensional movement and warm water therapy. Wellness guru Dr. Andrew Weil is a major proponent of Watsu. In his words… “While other bodywork modalities are based on touch in a stationary, two-dimensional world, Watsu […]

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Body Fat and Cancer – What Women Need to Know

A new study was published by the CDC this October highlights some interesting facts about women and cancer. Interesting news for all women during this National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Close to ½ of specific cancer diagnoses in females can be related to extra body fat.  Weight control strategies can reduce the incidence of cancer in our […]

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Embody Love Movement® Facilitator Training

The Marsh is excited to announce that we are hosting the Embody Love Movement® Facilitator Training with Dr. Melody Moore on July 14-16 – Fri, Sat, Sun.  To Register, click here .   About Embody Love Movement® Facilitator Training This training provides facilitators with the ability to inspire girls and women who participate in our […]

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Yoga for Back Pain

If you’re tired of popping pain medicine for your lower back pain, yoga may be a good alternative. The American Academy of Physicians issued new guidelines that recommended non-drug alternatives such as yoga, mindfulness-based stress reduction and acupuncture as the first line of treatment (see recommendation). Recently, the Annals of Internal Medicine published the results of a […]

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Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep

Summer sleep issues? Check out these easy-to-apply tips from the TED blog, by Claudia Aguirre, a neuroscientist and the author of several TED-Ed Lessons, including What would happen if you didn’t sleep? and Does stress cause pimples?

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19 Tips for Managing Spring Allergies

We found some great tips from our friend Dr. Frank Lipman on managing spring allergies – read here. Have you tried anything else that works for you? Please share on our Facebook page – we would love to hear about it! Need some guidance? Contact Kathryn Hernke, Registered Dietitian, at mailto:khernke@themarsh.comor contact our Spa for […]

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Are You at Risk?

Did you know that of the 86 million US adults with pre-diabetes, 90% of them don’t know it? March is the American Diabetes Association’s Risk Awareness month. Find out your risk today (and forward to your friends and family! Download the assessment at: http://www.themarsh.com/diabetes/

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Kundalini… Why the White?

A lot of us have not heard of Kundalini Yoga – in most studios it is not a standard offering yet… but more and more, Kundalini is the new Vinyasa for so many.  This form of yoga is truly accessible to all levels. What makes it unique is the way it works on the nervous and […]

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New Reasons to Eat the Rainbow

New research by the Imperial College of London demonstrates how eating 8-10 servings of fruit and vegetables daily may give us longer lives. The study calculated such eating habits could prevent 7.8 million premature deaths each year from cancer, heart disease and other maladies… Need ideas or have questions? Contact Registered Dietitian Kathryn Hernke, MS, […]

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