Avatar Massage & Fitness

Avatar Massage & Fitness
Avatar Massage & Fitness is listed in the Massage Therapists Licensed category in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Displayed below is the only current social network for Avatar Massage & Fitness which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Avatar Massage & Fitness on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

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99 Daniel St
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 431-5115

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I advocated for my Mom to get this treatment after she was diagnosed with gliobastoma. They waited for three months until one finally called saying the only results he could find, and inconclusive at that, were out of Sweden. They consented and my Mom lived an additional year and a half with a reasonably good quality of life. I was told later that had they not waited, she could have had better results... They asked me where I read about this and I told them I didn't. It just made perfect sense to me that a previous smoker with low O2 saturation would benefit from high pressurized oxygen treatment...
Medical researchers report the case of the reversal of brain volume loss in a 2-year-old drowning victim unresponsive to all stimuli treated with normobaric oxygen (oxygen at sea level) and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Congratulations to my dedicated client, Chuck Chokel and his wife Naira. They both competed in the National Senior Olympic Games this past weekend in Birmingham, AL. Chuck got a podium in his age group, (which is pretty competitive, btw), making him officially an Olympic Bronze Medallist! What an amazing progression for Chuck as an athlete. So proud of you both! As the Navy SEALS say: NEVER QUIT!

A little about the art of Muscular Therapy in light of the current overwhelming scourge of addiction... The art of Muscular Therapy may not appear to be necessary to those who don't understand the essential nature of it's value. Over time, the rich history of our practices became more vague as a result of society's increasing disparity with it's own intrinsic power of intelligence and proprioception. Many have relinquished their self-awareness and proprioceptive powers in favor of the easier, more disenfranchising route: reliance upon the extrinsic, pharmaceutical and mechanical processes. The art of healing touch helps us to disentangle and recenter ourselves. Muscular Therapy promotes a renewal in our own organic strength and proprioceptive intelligence. Practitioners of our art are generally very humble people. Because we've devoted our lives to such a precious and sensitive service, we understand the true power born of our humility and our endearing patience. We have always believed that the success and spread of our shared professional wisdom is eventual with continued and compassionate focus. Dr. Tiffany Fields, whom I had the distinct honor of interacting with, created the only Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami. It's sponsored by Johnson and Johnson. For those of you interested in how the art of touch can scientifically help you rediscover, develop new tolerances and renew your innate power of healthy, proprioceptive living, please visit the website at http://www6.miami.edu/touch-research/research.html If you find something of value at the website, I implore you to copy the research article of your interest and pass it along to someone in need. We dedicated therapists just love the challenge of helping to lift the desperate from their frustration and despair. Thanks for lending a compassionate moment of your time for a heartfelt read...Steph
The Touch Research Institute has conducted over 100 studies on the positive effects of massage therapy on many functions and medical conditions in many different age groups. Among the significant research findings are enhanced growth (e.g. in preterm infants), diminished pain (e.g. fibromyalgia), de...

US Olympic bobsledder Steven Holcomb, 37, found dead http://fxn.ws/2qc22Te Steven Holcomb, the longtime U.S. bobsledding star who drove to three Olympic medals after beating a disease that nearly robbed hi ... Such sad news that Steve Holcomb is gone! Such a bright and serious champion. You are sorely missed, Steve...God Bless
Steven Holcomb, the longtime U.S. bobsledding star who drove to three Olympic medals after beating a disease that nearly robbed him of his eyesight, was found dead in Lake Placid, New York, on Saturday.

Put a HIIT on yourself! That stands for High Intensity Interval Training. In the fitness industry, it's always been well known that HIIT achieves more results. But if you're a nit-picker like me, here is the science behind it all. The BEST part of HIIT is that you only need to exercise for fewer than 5 minutes per day! Now if you can afford that kind of time, have a full time job out of the house, kids, distractions and all of that, I'm certain you can afford to give yourself at least 10 minutes per day, that's splits of morning/evening, to help yourself out. If you're working at home (desk-bound), a stay at home Mom, or a shut-in with partial mobility, three times per day is NOT impossible. Of course, remember, HIIT targets metabolic systems. For hypertrophy, muscle building, good old resistance training should still be on your plate. But with HIIT, increased endurance levels are achieved. This will also enhance your resistance training and ultilization of key nutrients to help produce hypertrophy, muscle growth. It will also help convert excess ingested proteins (common with weight training) into good beige or brown fats, instead of settling into triglyceride-creating white fats! Time for me to go out and put a HIIT on someone! :) As always, any questions, feel free to contact me. Have a healthy day! Steph
New research reveals that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) increases glucose metabolism in muscles as well as insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetes. After just a two-week training period, the glucose uptake in thigh muscles returned to a normal level.