June 21, 2017

Often times clients message me asking for the specific dates of past appointments as well as their upcoming appointments.  Although I love helping clients with this, I know that many clients would prefer it if they could just do it themselves.  

This article will briefly go over how you can log into your MassageBook account,  access all past and future appointments, as well as book appointments directly from a purchased package.  

  1. If you’re on my website,, click on the Services tab at the top. From there, scroll down until you see “Special Offers” with a blue icon to the left, and click on that.  

  2. A yellow bar will come up that says, “Booking a service you previously paid for?  Log into your account.”  Click on the blue, “Log in” button.

  3. That will take you to the MassageBook website, which, if you’ve already created an account through, you can just input your log-in information and go from there.  If you haven’t created an account...

The beginning of the year always starts off with so much ambition and motivation to be healthy. Unfortunately, after entering the second quarter it seems like everything begins to slack and the promises you made yourself on New Year’s Eve are out the door. If you know this to be true, do not fret!  The year is not over yet and you still have plenty of time to get back on track this summer! Here are a few ways to help you make your fitness goals a permanent behavior.

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This may seem like a no-brainer, but with the hustle and bustle of daily living, it can be hard to muster up the energy to go to the gym after a hard day's work. That’s why it’s important that you look for creative ways to exercise and make it a point to always change up your routine so exercise becomes more of a habit for you and less of a chore! A way to get a quick bout of exercise in when you are at work is to take the stairs instead of the elevator. Climbing stairs gets your blood circulating, increases your...

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