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Keeping Our Clients on the Course

Rita Scholl - Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Keeping Our Clients on the Course

Play like the pros and feel like a pro. Incorporating massage into your golfing routine can help you have the golf score of a professional and will have you enjoying every hole on the course. But how is this possible?

It is impossible to have smooth, strong swings without having relaxed and flexible muscles. Massage helps golfers with their game by increasing blood circulation through their muscles, which helps loosen tight muscles so you can have a steady swing during your game. Each type of swing uses different muscles. So prior to a sports massage it is important to have your massage therapist perform a range of motions test to gain a better understanding of specific focus areas. Make sure to tell your massage therapist what type of swing you experience any kind of tightness or pain. This will give them an idea of what type of range test to do and what type of massage to use.

It is very important to find a qualified massage therapist that is certified and as specific credentials. Before scheduling your sports massage appointment, make sure to ask them about their qualifications, types of training, and what type of massage techniques they will use to best fit your needs. Living Touch Massage prides themselves on maintaining all certifications and learning the best way to help their clients. Feel free to contact Living Touch Massage to ask any questions or to schedule an appointment.

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Paul and Rita Scholl, married for 25 years

In Loving Memory of Paul Scholl

Paul was lost in a tragic hunting accident in November of 2014.
Though we have suffered from his premature death, his spirit remains with us.

"I would like to thank my pastors, Keith and Rachel Willard, of Real Life Christian Fellowship in Bemidji, Minnesota, and pastors Darrell and Marcia Todd of Word-N-Sound Ministries of Northern Minnesota. The love, help, prayer, and guidance they have given me, my children, and my family since the death of my husband, Paul, has made all the difference in our lives." - Rita