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Don’t Sneeze Your Way Into Spring!
Holistic medicine is more than treating the body as a set of interconnected systems as opposed to a set of individual parts. It’s also considering...more
Notes from Your Acupuncturist: Yin of Winter
By Peter Schechter, L. Ac. Holistic medicine often focuses on living happily and healthily with each season. With the new year and winter (the most...more
You’re Doing It Right, by Cheryl Sternman Rule from The Kitchn
“More fruits, more vegetables, less processed food. Homemade, wholesome, whole family around the table. The directives – from society, from the media, from other parents...more
On Letting It Go, by Dana Velden
We’ve all know and understand that we’re not supposed to cry over spilled milk and yet sometimes we do because sometimes spilled milk sucks, or...more
Remember, Yoga is Practice
“You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes a day, unless you’re too busy. Then you should sit for an hour.” ~Zen Saying Yoga is...more
The Importance of Self Care
“Who has time to look after his or her own needs? We are all too busy and have too many responsibilities – a spouse, a...more
Prenatal Massage & Yoga with Indigo
For the month of July, prenatal massage is 15% off! We also have on going prenatal yoga classes on Mondays & Tuesdays with Dianna Lucas...more
Indigo Named “Best Massage Therapy” by Alive Magazine!
Alive’s Hot List 2013 is full of great shout outs to local businesses. Indigo is honored to be named “Best Massage Therapy” by the magazine....more
“The Primal Touch of Birth: Midwives, Mothers, & Massage” by Kara Maia Spencer, LMT
“Before Western medical practices displaced traditional midwifery, the touch and massage of a midwife or birth attendant was a central component of prenatal care...more
What is the origin of the chakra system?
The chakra system originated in India between 1500 and 500 BC in the oldest text called the Vedas. Evidence of chakras, spelled cakra, is also...more
As seen on Dr. Oz….The MELT Method
Naturally End Pain with the MELT Method by Sue Hitzmann Can you really get out of chronic pain without medication or surgery? For the 100...more
Happy New Year from Indigo!
What’s a great way to reboot your yoga practice for the new years? Women’s Health recommends Tree Pose to tone your abs, clear your mind,...more
Winter Finally Arrives in St. Louis?
Winter is a time of extremes – you love the cold air and dark nights or you hate them, Nature takes a break, yet it...more
Holiday Gift Card Sale
Our Holiday Gift Card Sale Starts Now! Gift Cards for select massage therapy sessions are 20% off ...more
Holiday Gift Card Sale!
Our Holiday Gift Card Sale is starting now! Gift Cards for massage therapy sessions are 20% off – $56 for a one hour therapeutic massage...more
“My Multiday Massage-a-thon” from the New York Times
John Jeremiah Sullivan of the New York Times, was tasked by his editors to get as many massage therapy and bodywork sessions as he could...more
How Massage Therapy Helps Veterans
Today we remember the men and women who have done our nation, and us, a great service – our veterans and those who have fallen...more
Sneak These 10 Stretches Into Your Day
After long hours in front of a computer screen, dutifully typing away and answering phone calls, it’s easy to start to feel like Bob Cratchit,...more
Massage & Self Consciousness
We recently stumbled upon a beautiful blog post by Megan Spence, a bodyworker from Brooklyn, New York, about the often thought of and rarely discussed...more
Sinus Stuffiness Got You Stuck?
Fall is on the way here and that means, for many of us, sinus headaches, runny noses and a gamut of unpleasant side effects. Acupressure,...more