April 2017 Newsletter

Finally! I found a postural device that I believe in so much that I’m now selling it in my office.  The NadaChair is a back support system that you can use sitting cross-legged on the floor or in a standard chair.  It holds the pelvis at a neutral position so the spine can be lengthened and properly aligned. This is a great device for pregnant women, desk jobs, conferences, airplanes, meditation, or couch sitting. To learn more about how to use it and why as a postural massage therapist I recommend it please watch this video I made for you

Thank you to those clients who have referred me to your friends who could use my work and also to those who left great reviews on Google or Facebook.  These have encouraged other clients to come in for pain relief.

I’m getting positive client feedback since listing all available time slots at the top of my Facebook page. You may reference that even without an account. 

As spring has surrounded my office in the form of leaves of various textures and greens, the waterfall sound out the office window, blue herons, cardinals & hawks in view, I learned that the Japanese has a phrase for what I’m trying to do. It is called shinrin-yoku.  That literally translates to “forest bathing”.  I try to take in my Austin forest to soothe and calm me, revive me, slow me down, help me feel present and grateful for today.  Next time you walk through my little forest to come for your massage I invite you to slow down and enjoy a shinrin-yoku too. Here is an interesting article if you’d like to learn more.

I look forward to seeing you on my table soon!

Katie Pudhorodsky, LMT of Katie Massage

www.KatieMassage.com

katie@katiemassage.com

 

Now selling Nada-Chair

For the past 14 years I've been studying the structure of the body and suggesting ways clients can improve their posture at home or work. I've recently found a postural device that is good for sitting in a chair or on the floor cross legged. So I'm pleased to now sell Nada-Chair. I currently have the Back-Up device in my office for you to try and purchase. I can order any other system for you and have it directly shipped it you (no extra shipping fee). I'm happy to discuss which device is best for you.  Please watch my video to understand why as a postural massage therapist I recommend this device and how to use it.

Katie's Opinion on Chiropractic Care

Massage therapy is a compliment to chiropractic care. If both will be done on the same day, I suggest having the massage first to relax the tight muscles pulling the bones out of alignment.  This might make the adjustment less discomforting and last longer.
Remember that tight muscles pull on bones and influence joints and range of motion. So, to gain the joint range of motion back the muscle tension needs to be addressed.
Traditional chiropractic care does not treat ischemic tissues and trigger points in muscles. This is always addressed in a massage session.

A Session with Kyle

In July 2014 I took a road trip in North Carolina to Asheville in order to receive a session from Kyle Wright, LMBT. Kyle was the founder of the massage school that I graduated from and taught at for five years.  During my two hour NMT session I got to feel how Kyle's structural work has changed.  I'll be integrating some of his communication skills, techniques and slower paced style.

http://www.ncsab.com/ 


Advanced NMT Head, Neck & Jaw Class

September 2013 I got to take another continuing education class with Judith DeLany of NMT Center.  This class added to my knowledge of treating the head, neck and jaw from a structural perspective. What I loved was the focus on anatomy and detailed intraoral work to help clients with TMJ pain.


www.nmtcenter.com