Last night after work, as I was leaving the spa , I thought this sight was worth a picture. There was a very high tide, and the wind blown, choppy water was hitting the bulkhead throwing spray up into the air and down onto the boardwalk.
This morning I am going back to the spa, but as a guest this time. I am having some serious pain issues with my left shoulder and one of the therapists is going to try and loosen the tight muscles with some deep massage, ouch! ouch! ouch!
I have never had a massage, I heard it was really nice though, but I am so stiff and sore all the time that I probably could not take it.
I have a nephew that is a massage therapist, but he never brings his table over so I can have one!
I ache every day you just get used to it its worse when I stop moving.
so I guess I better keep going and moving on all the while, if I have been sat for a while I cannot straighten up for a few minutes just old age I guess, but I never let it stop me from doing anything. hell I am at work for 11 hours a day how bad am I?
Mary lou, if I was you I would nag that nephew to bring his massage table over and give you a massage. Massage is so wonderful.
My shoulder is still VERY tender, but the mobility is a tad better. I still have more work to be done. The spa allows us desk divas one free massage per month, but I am working something out with my therapist to be able to get massage more often until my shoulder regains it's mobility.
I thought that photo was a painting until I read the text.
I love massage. It relaxes me, and I certainly need that. Don't know about therapeutic advantages, but if your shoulder is frozen, it is better than a surgical option.
I had a problem with my neck a few years ago, I could only turn my head to the right. I went to the doctors many times and he as good as told me I had to learn to live with it. Then for Christmas a friend gave me a voucher for a massage, so I went and loved it, she told me she could sort out my neck and did, in six visits. Well worth every penny
Here's hoping the therapist is
a tall dark and handsome dude
with gentle hands, haaahaaha!
I hope your shoulder feels
much much better!!
gincoleaves, darn, we only have women therapists.
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