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Bonnie Caruso

MS, LMT - Healthy Lifestyle Educator
(720) 255-5100
www.royaleaglewellness.com/

If you are living with chronic pain, consider an Integrative Massage infused with Energy Bodywork. Bonnie combines Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular Massage and Comfort Massage with the pain-arresting techniques of Reiki, Hand and Foot Reflexology with Acupressure and Sound Vibration. Pain relief is often experienced immediately following the very first massage. Regular massage sessions keep pain and stress under control.

Hours
Mondays 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Tuesdays 9:30am - 3:00pm
Wednesdays 9:30am - 3:00pm
Thursdays 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Fridays 9:30am - 3:00pm
Rotating Saturdays - By Appointment

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Jenny Benson

Licensed Massage Therapist
303-489-9099
jennyncb@gmail.com

Jenny realized the powerful effects of massage when she went on a medical aid trip to Gaza and the West Bank where her patients in the clinic experienced immense relief from their war injuries. Jenny's primary focus is injury rehabilitation and sports deep tissue/neuromuscular massage. Her aim is to create an effective treatment plan through massage and exercises that will encourage re-patterning your body's compensation and holding patterns.

Hours

Wednesdays - 2:30pm - 6:00pm
Thursdays - 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Fridays - 3:30pm - 6:00pm



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Offices at Southglenn
6590 S. Vine St. #112
Centennial, CO 80121
(720) 249-2720

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News and announcements

Are you acquainted with Acupressure?!

How about for your EARS??!!?!  

Yes, your ears!  The entire body is mapped out on your ears; similar to the way it is on your hands and feet.  With over 200 acupressure points, we can stimulate and treat many conditions; feel the relief in your body!

Ask about Acupressure for your Ears at your next massage!!


Tip of the week: November 8th

Eat for Less Stress!

Situations, environment, deadlines, peers... all add stress to our lives... and yes, even FOOD can add stress in the body!!
The impact of stress takes a negative toll on the body if we don't do something to change it...

Try reducing or eliminating these five foods to positively affect your body and reduce stress:

1. Sugar - By eliminating foods with added sugars—like pastries, flavored yogurt, and soda—and eating more whole foods, you’ll keep your blood sugar stable, which means fewer mood swings, reduced stress, and a happier body.
2. Artificial Sweeteners - These artificial sweeteners can lead to health problems like headaches, metabolic disease, and cardiovascular disease. But they can also result in an addiction to sugary foods by retraining your taste buds, causing you to seek out even more sweet (and largely unhealthy) foods.
3. Processed Carbohydrates - aside from making you extra thirsty, the extra sodium in the found in these foods causes your body to retain more fluid, which then forces your heart to work harder to keep the blood pumping. It can also increase blood pressure, making you feel bloated and generally unwell, which can certainly increase your stress levels.
4. Alcohol - drinking alcohol can increase the production of hormones that will leave you feeling anxious and more stressed than before you began imbibing. It can also increase blood pressure and heart rate and trigger those same stress-like symptoms within the body.
5. Excess Caffeine - Too much caffeine can spell trouble for your adrenal glands by overstimulating the body. And because it stimulates the nervous system, caffeine can cause a rise in blood pressure and heart rate that will ultimately increase feelings of anxiety.

Test it out for yourself!  All you've got to lose is some added stress :0)

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Recipe of the week: November 30th

Loaded Sweet Potatoes

Ingredients: (for 1 serving)

  • 1 sweet potato
  • 2 eggs
  • Salt, pepper, and crushed red pepper flakes to taste

Directions: 

1. Preheat your oven to 200°C (400°F). Place the sweet potato on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake it for approx. 45 minutes until it is soft.

2. Then cut the potato in half and scoop out most of the flesh, leaving a 5 mm layer of potato. But don’t throw the tasty flesh away – you can use it as an extra side dish or turn it into mashed sweet potatoes.

3. Carefully crack an egg into each sweet potato half and bake your skins for an additional 15-20 minutes. Sprinkle with salt, pepper and some crushed red pepper flakes before enjoying your orange-colored snack ????

*One serving contains about 400 calories, 60 g of carbohydrates, 20 g of protein and 10 g of fat*

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