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Stretching is an important part of a daily routine -- both for stress relief and to keep muscles and joints limber. But many people say they don’t have time for it. Here is a quick routine of five moves you can do in bed, either as an energizer when you wake up in the morning or as a way to help you relax and wind down before sleep.
In order to obtain the wisdom of a "massage insider," you don't need to have experienced hours upon hours of bodywork. Before your next massage, help yourself relax by considering these five tips from a Licensed Massage Practitioner at the MultiCare MedSpa. (Check out the spa specials or request an appointment online now.)