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News & Events

Check out our latest blog posts and upcoming evetns from Mattapoisett Wellness. 

Making Sense of Meditation

Making Sense of Meditation

I would like to share an article by my mentor, Hawaiian shaman Serge Kahili King. In this article he shares some ideas about various kinds of meditation based on Hawaiian ideas. However, as he points out, these ideas are not attached to any religions or belief systems...

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The Key to the “Cure” of Frozen Shoulder

The Key to the “Cure” of Frozen Shoulder

Welcome Deb Fraine, Occupational Therapist! Deb Specializes in Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Therapy.  She provides hands-on individualized care First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to Jessica Cavaco, Kim Pelletier and all of the Mattapoisett Wellness...

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Once a Mom, always a Mom

Once a Mom, always a Mom

Article By Julie Hatch, Parenting Coach, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, and Acupuncturist at the Mattapoisett Wellness Center. Sounds obvious, but for me, it recently rang especially true. I remember anticipating the day my youngest child would be graduating from high...

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Why Energy Work is Good for you

Why Energy Work is Good for you

Energy healing is holistic practice that activates the body’s subtle energy systems to remove blocks, in doing so one has the ability to heal itself. These blocks can happen from past trauma that lie dormant but can cause underlining health issues. Especially during...

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New Practitioner Spotlight: Deb Fraine

New Practitioner Spotlight: Deb Fraine

We are ecstatic to introduce our NEW practitioner joining our growing MWC Team! Welcome Deb Fraine, Occupational Therapist! Specializing in Shoulder, Elbow, wrist and hand Therapy.  Providing hands-on individualized care. About Deb Fraine Deb Fraine is a graduate of...

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Relax Breathe Trust

Relax Breathe Trust

I have missed practicing over the last nearly three months and hope to be returning to working with clients very soon. During this time, it has become very important for me to use the resources available to me to remain healthy, gain happiness, and to be grounded and...

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COVID-19 Precautions

COVID-19 Precautions

We are all in this together. Please contact your provider to confirm they are practicing in their office. COVID-19 Precautions Apply.   For those practitioners who are practicing, we are following these precautions: Frequent and thorough hand-washing (20 sec) Face...

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The Silver Lining of the Covid-19 Cloud

The Silver Lining of the Covid-19 Cloud

Article by Julie Hatch – Acupuncturist and Parent Coach It feels like the world has turned upside down, or at least been knocked off of its axis by a few degrees. Things are happening and developing and changing very fast. There is the immediate concern of one’s own...

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Welcome Eddie Enokian to Mattapoisett Wellness

Welcome Eddie Enokian to Mattapoisett Wellness

Eddie Enokian Eddie Enokian will be joining Mattapoisett Wellness in March. He is very excited to bring his energy work to the practice. Eddie is married with 3 children and enjoys spending time with his family exploring nature. He is an avid hiker and kayaker. He is...

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Making Right What Can Feel So Wrong

Making Right What Can Feel So Wrong

Many of our emotions and attitudes are categorized as negative, or harmful. Emotions and attitudes such as anger, resentment, rage and  revenge can often be suppressed or despised in self or others. For many people that have experienced (to a great degree) freedom...

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Stressed Spelled Backwards Is Dessert

Stressed Spelled Backwards Is Dessert

So many people have the same New Year resolution year after year,   “I want to loose weight”.   This desire motivates them to go back to the gym and eat salads for lunch.  When they do not get the desired result they give up, yet again.  The reason they are not...

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Using Nutrition to Boost Your Immune System

Using Nutrition to Boost Your Immune System

As we settle into the Winter months here in New England, it might seem like catching a cold or the flu is inevitable! Everyone around you is sick right?! You CAN take steps to arm your body’s immune system during these closed in months and give yourself the best...

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Why Does My Back Hurt?

Why Does My Back Hurt?

Article by Kim Meyer Pelltier, PT, CST Back pain is one of the most common and costly physical problems experienced by so many. In my long career as a physical therapist and healer back pain is the diagnosis I have seen most frequently. I have come to understand that...

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Spotlighting: Our NEW Practitioner Eddie Enokian

Spotlighting: Our NEW Practitioner Eddie Enokian

Eddie is a Holistic Massage Therapist and Reiki Master. He is graduate of Spa Tech Institute School of Massage, Polarity, & Aesthetics in Plymouth, MA. Eddie is a licensed massage therapist as well as being trained in Polarity, which was developed by Dr....

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Free Overview of Neurofeedback with Dr. Monica Metea

Free Overview of Neurofeedback with Dr. Monica Metea

BOOK HERE!  Did you ever want to improve your brain function or understand more about your brain ? Join us on Saturday, January 11 th at 3pm for a free overview of our new neurofeedback services with Dr. Monica Metea. Neurofeedback (or EEG biofeedback) using brain...

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NEW! Introducing Neurofeedback Brain Training!

NEW! Introducing Neurofeedback Brain Training!

Dr. Monica Metea joins our team at the Mattapoisett Wellness Center in January providing neurofeedback-based brain training and integrative practices under the umbrella of ReWire Neuroscience. Modern neuroscience research has shown that we can profoundly change the...

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‘Leave’ Raking Back Pain behind with these 7 tips

‘Leave’ Raking Back Pain behind with these 7 tips

Autumn brings colder weather, fall sports, and colorful foliage on the trees. The changing season also brings new chores and outdoor work, along with the potential for injuries while accomplishing these tasks. Leaf raking is one such task, with injuries ranging from...

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Unsubstantiated Fear

Unsubstantiated Fear

What is holding you back? So many people have no idea of what is preventing them from living the life they really want. You can imagine their relief when they find out unsubstantiated fear is actually a symptom. Fear is the emotion of the kidneys and the bladder,...

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Self-Care Tips for the Holidays

Self-Care Tips for the Holidays

It’s that time of year again! For a lot of people the Holidays can be both enjoyable and stressful as well. Here are some suggestions to  help reduce stress levels and help increase mood stability.   * Simplify and Prioritize- Remember that we can’t do it...

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WHAT DOES SELF LOVE MEAN AND HOW DO YOU DO IT ?

WHAT DOES SELF LOVE MEAN AND HOW DO YOU DO IT ?

3 to 5 PM, Saturday, November 16, 2019 Cost: $35 in advance $40 at the door   Description: Do you struggle with self-criticism or self-doubt? Do you have self-limiting beliefs? What could happen in your life if you loved yourself as much as you do others? In this...

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4th Annual Open House Event

4th Annual Open House Event

November 14th 5:30p-8pm. Come meet our team, and experience a sampling of many services offered by our practitioners. Grab a friend and come celebrate with social time, light snacks & refreshments before activities begin at 6:00pm. Bring cash to purchase raffle...

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FOOT MASSAGE and FOOT REFLEXOLOGY?  What’s the difference?

FOOT MASSAGE and FOOT REFLEXOLOGY? What’s the difference?

Article by Lori Howes, CRT, 200-RYT Gentle Soles Reflexology Every time I meet someone and they find out I’m a Reflexologist, their first question is usually, what’s that? And when they discover that I primarily work on the feet, they usually say, “Oh I love having my...

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Fighting Fibromyalgia

Fighting Fibromyalgia

Article by Kim Meyer Pelltier, PT, CST Holistic Physical Therapist “I hurt everywhere”, “I am tired”, “I can’t sleep”.  These symptoms and others including depression, anxiety and gastrointestinal issues are some of the symptoms associated with fibromyalgia.  By...

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Office Space for Holistic Practitioners

We are looking to rent office space to holistic practitioners who would compliment the successful modalities already located within the Wellness Center. Location, location, location. The Mattapoisett Wellness is located at 76 County Rd. (Route 6) Mattapoisett. Easy...

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Massaging Your Mental Health

Massaging Your Mental Health

Article by By: Angie Bras, BS, LMT Massage therapy is not necessarily the first option when considering mental health treatment, but its power to relax and release tension make it an effective tool for many people.  A recent study shows that massage therapy reduced...

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The Beauty of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

The Beauty of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

Article by Julie Hatch LAc,CRNP Chinese Medicine works so well because it works deep and it gets to the root of any problem. It is not a quick fix that is only temporary. It has long lasting effects. When the underlying cause of a problem is addressed in any condition...

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Wellness Tips that Support Mental Health 

Wellness Tips that Support Mental Health 

Breathe –  No matter what the situation, mood, circumstance,  problem –  Breathe. It doesn’t have to necessarily be a deep breath or a long breath. Just breathe. Breath nourishes the body mind and soul. Gratitude – Feeling Grateful is sometimes...

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What happens When You Are Last on the List

What happens When You Are Last on the List

Article by Kim Meyer Pelltier, PT, CST  Holistic Physical Therapist How many times have I heard “I would like to take care of myself but __________” I can fill in that blank with so many reasons inclusive of I don’t have time My children need me I do a lot of...

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“FOOT “NOTES for SUN AND FUN!!!

“FOOT “NOTES for SUN AND FUN!!!

As we move into the warm months to continue your self -care! Summer is a wonderful and care free time of year. We live in a beautiful area to enjoy everything the summer months have to offer. We are outside, moving our bodies and getting our vitamin D. We feel better,...

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11 Ways to Wellness

11 Ways to Wellness

Article by Jessica Cavaco Dagnello, LMT,CPT I always tell my clients that being healthy isn’t just about doing yoga or eating plants, viewing wellness,. Including stress relief, from a holistic perspective is super important. Following the below philosophies helps...

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Is Your Body Storing Emotions?

Is Your Body Storing Emotions?

Article by Marina Raye, LICSW Integrative Coach and Psychotherapist Our bodies are deigned to process the emotions that are created by our thoughts. When emotions are felt without interference, they quickly dissipate leaving the body relaxed, strong and healthy....

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Fascia and Massage Therapy

Fascia and Massage Therapy

Article By: Angela Bras, BS, LMT Research has shown time and again that massage therapy can decrease our stress and anxiety.  However, what about that deep aching pain in muscle?  We know that myo-fascial (myo meaning muscle) pain is caused by a continuous stimulus...

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Spring is the Season of Wood

Spring is the Season of Wood

Article by Julie Hatch The fundamentals of Chinese medicine are based on nature, the seasons, and natural elements. We understand and treat illness based on the elements in nature. In Chinese medicine,spring corresponds with the Wood element. What happens in nature...

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New! Community drum Circle

New! Community drum Circle

Every living thing is in rhythm with the world around us. There is sound and vibration impacting every aspect of our being at all times. From the beat of our heart, and timing of our breath, to the entrainment of our brainwaves. All things are affected by this...

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Critical Inner Voice

Critical Inner Voice

We all are probably familiar with that critical inner voice that tells us that “we’re not good enough, we don’t measure up to others, or we will never succeed”.  We all have these negative thoughts about our self to some degree. Some of us...

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Physical Therapy Didn’t Help Your Back Pain? Try Again.

Physical Therapy Didn’t Help Your Back Pain? Try Again.

Low back pain is the second most common cause of disability in the US.  Almost 80% of the population will experience back pain at one time or another.  Having been a physical therapy practitioner for over 40 years I have treated thousands of clients with low back...

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Self Healing Reflexology tips : Common Cold

Self Healing Reflexology tips : Common Cold

Well, it’s winter and as I lie on the couch post Super Bowl, basking in our team’s 6th ring, I feel a cold coming on. How can I head it off at the pass, as they say? I decided to practice what I preach and searched for some of the most useful reflex points for common...

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Making Connection

Making Connection

Self Care Challenge – Day 21 by Jessica Cavaco, LMT BodyinBalancema.com   Making Connection As a massage therapy practitioner, I often enter this profession with a sincere desire to help others. I learn the skills of hands-on therapy with the intention of...

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Breathing Techniques for Anxiety, Stress and Energy

Breathing Techniques for Anxiety, Stress and Energy

Article by Jenn Risio Feeling Anxious or Stressed? Or the quite the opposite… lethargic, tired, and energetically drained?   GIVE THIS A TRY! Here are some breath techniques, much like Alternate Nostril Breathing used to calm the mind and/ or energize the body!...

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The Eight Dimensions of Wellness

The Eight Dimensions of Wellness

Self Care Challenge – Day 14 by Angela Bras Consider learning the Eight Dimensions of Wellness, and making them apart of your daily life.  This is a tool that can improve your mental and physical health.   They are: Emotional—Coping effectively with life and...

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The Importance of Going Outside

The Importance of Going Outside

Self Care Challenge – Day 13   by Julie Hatch   I find that going for a walk outside is really important in my practice of self care. I prefer to go to the woods where the air is clear, the noise is distant and I am surrounded by the smells and sounds...

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Taking Charge of your Health & Wellbeing

Taking Charge of your Health & Wellbeing

Self Care Challege – Day 11   The vague but urgent “I want to feel-and look- better” might be a thought you find yourself frequently thinking.   And while your usual self-care routine-including nutrition, exercise and (I would hope) massage therapy –...

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Live 2019 Effortlessly

Live 2019 Effortlessly

Self Care Challenge – Day 10   So often in my life I was taught to “try hard”, “work hard”, to put a lot of effort into my work.  I have done that and I can feel the result in my body.  Tense shoulders, tight neck muscles, and overall tension in the body...

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Nadi Shodhana – Alternate Nostril Breathing

Nadi Shodhana – Alternate Nostril Breathing

Self Care Challenge- Day 9 by Jenn Risio The practice of Alternate Nostril Breathing.. (Nadi Shodhana) Nadi meaning “flow”, Shodhana “purification”. Just 3 minutes or more a day.. the benefits are felt in the Physical and subtle body! Give it a try🙏 Bring the right...

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Yoga Nidra for Self Care

Yoga Nidra for Self Care

Self Care Challenge –  Day 7 New Year’s Intentions    Have you toyed with a new year’s resolution for yourself? “I want more of this” or “I will stop doing that”? Maybe you shudder at the thought of the inevitable shame spiral of not meeting your goal and...

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Self Care Technique: Breathing

Self Care Technique: Breathing

As a therapist and a coach I view self-care as an integral part of my work. Here’s one of my daily self-care routine. In the morning, before getting out of bed I do 5 to 10 minutes of slow, deep breathing. It helps me center myself and generate energy for the day...

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Self-Care Technique: Pause

Self Care Challenge – Day 5 Pausing. Each day I do my best to pause throughout the day,  take a breath and then move on. I find the more I am able to slow down and check in with my present state of  mind and body , the better I do with the rest of the day. ...

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“Hozho Naasha” To “Walk in Beauty”

“Hozho Naasha” To “Walk in Beauty”

Day 4 – Self Care Challenge   by Angela Bras, LMT The most important relationship you will ever have is the relationship you have with yourself.  Self-love and care is at the very core of well-being.-Buddha 1/4th:  “Walking in Beauty”:  Native American...

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The Importance of Morning Meditation

The Importance of Morning Meditation

Day 3 – Self Care Challenge One of the best things I can do in taking care of myself is morning meditation. I start most mornings by getting out of bed early enough to have some quiet time to myself. I have a special chair I sit in that overlooks my back yard...

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Waking up in the New Year

Waking up in the New Year

Day 2 – Self-Care Challenge ———- Happy New Year everyone !! As I think about our self care challenge, I’m reminded of a challenge someone put to me at a conference a few months ago. I happened to be talking about a physical concern I had and he said:...

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30 Day Self-Care Challenge

30 Day Self-Care Challenge

What if you had the tools, resources, skill sets and a growth mindset that would take you the distance? Starting January 1st – 31st.  The Team of Mattapoisett Wellness will share their, own personal experiences and stories. Everyday, we will circle up around a theme...

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The Benefits of Reiki for Children

Reiki energy healing treatments are safe and non-invasive.  Children today are dealing with anxieties, fears, peer pressures, and educational pressures. Childhood ailments such as ear infections, respiratory infections, asthma, GI upset, and type 2 diabetes are also...

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Mums on a Mission

Mums on a Mission

Article by Julie Hatch -Licensed Acupuncturist and Parenting Mentor Are you a Mom concerned about your child’s behavior? Are the tantrums and back talk driving you nuts? And the screen time – how’s that working? Here at the Mattapoisett Wellness Center I am best...

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Holiday Discounts with Justin Perreault

Holiday Discounts with Justin Perreault

Article by Justin Perreault, ABT,CMT – Asian Bodywork and Alternative Therapies As the holidays approach we often find ourselves feeling overwhelmed with all that needs to be done. Preparing for holiday meals, finding the perfect gift for a loved one, even...

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ADDICTION

ADDICTION

Article by Dana Massi LMHC, LADAC ……. Then there are the loved ones. The family members and friends of the person addicted or abusing alcohol and or drugs.  Alcohol and drug abuse/addiction is of course a terrible thing and has rightly so gained national...

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TMJ Can Go Away

TMJ Can Go Away

Article by Kim Pelletier, PT,CST – Holistic Physical Therapist Temporomandibular joint pain is the result of compromised movement of the jaw joint and surrounding muscles.  This condition can be extremely debilitating and lead to pain when eating, talking, and even at...

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Are You Listening?

Are You Listening?

Article by Lori Howes, CRT,200-RYT- Gentle Soles Reflexology “A Man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.”-Mark Twain             As the Wellness Center Reflexologist, you might think I’d be writing something amazing about the specific healing effects of a...

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The Safe and Effective Practice of Pregnancy Massage

The Safe and Effective Practice of Pregnancy Massage

Written By: Angela Bras, BS, LMT Pregnancy is a wonderful time when your body works magic growing a brand new life inside you.  There are all sorts of reasons why women turn to massage during pregnancy.  Below are a few of the benefits of pregnancy massage: Improved...

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Cognomovement – A Tool for the Body & the Mind

Cognomovement – A Tool for the Body & the Mind

Cognomovement —a Unique Approach to Overall Wellness This breakthrough discovery by Bill McKenna allows the body to force the mind to shift perspectives and attitudes. The patent pending process and design exercise causes both left and right brain hemispheres...

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Looking at Massage Therapy as an alternative to Opioids?

Looking at Massage Therapy as an alternative to Opioids?

The term ”alternative therapy” generally is used to describe any medical treatment or intervention that is used in place of conventional medicine. When alternative therapies are used in conjunction with conventional medicine, it is called complementary...

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Reiki at the Mattapoisett Wellness Center

Reiki at the Mattapoisett Wellness Center

REIKI is pronounced “ray-key”, and is a Japanese word meaning “universal life energy”. This life force energy can be defined as energy which exists in all created matter. It is a simple yet very powerful tool. Description of a typical session:...

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Kids Health – It’s all in their gut!

Kids Health – It’s all in their gut!

Article by Julie Hatch PNP, LAc Have you heard that the gut is the body’s 2nd brain? Well it’s true! The gut has a big influence not only on the overall health of the body, but also on the brain. That means that mood, behavior, and learning are all influenced by the...

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OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT!

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT!

We are looking to rent office space at The Mattapoisett Wellness Center located at 76 County Rd. (Route6) Mattapoisett. Easy access off 195. Please Share! If you are looking for a space for your holistic practice within a wellness office, we’d love to speak with...

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Emerging in Health is Moving

Emerging in Health is Moving

Emerging In Health is excited to announce the embarkment of a new adventure! We have taken the opportunity to expand our services beyond the traditional office setting and bring the benefits of homeopathy, integrative health coaching, healthy simple cooking, essential...

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Emotional Freedom Technique (Also Known As Tapping)

Emotional Freedom Technique (Also Known As Tapping)

Emotional Freedom Technique, or “Tapping” is sometimes described as acupuncture without needles!  What  “Tapping” is used for : * Stress Reduction * Mood Regulation * Relaxation / Muscle Release * PainRelief Some of the Emotional/ Mental Health...

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Jessica’s Maternity Leave Announcement

I am writing to inform you of my pregnancy and my intention to take 8 weeks maternity leave beginning on Aug 1, 2018 and returning on October 3, 2018. It is my pleasure and honor to serve as your Massage Therapist.  As you know, I take great pride in my performance...

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Reflexology Questions and Answers

Reflexology Questions and Answers

Hi Everyone, My name is Lori and I am the Reflexologist at Mattapoisett Wellness Center. Reflexology is not as familiar to people as some of our other healing modalities and I get asked a lot of questions about it. I can honestly tell you that the best way to learn...

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Chronic Headaches, Migraine Headaches and TMJ

Chronic Headaches, Migraine Headaches and TMJ

Article written by Kim Meyer-Pelletier, PT, CST – Holistic Physical Therapist. Headaches and temporomandibular pain can be extremely debilitating and can cause major lifestyle changes.  Many of my clients who seek treatment for headaches have tried so many ways...

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Open House!

Open House!

            Join us for our June Open House! This is a free event and the opportunity to check out our space and get to know our practitioners. Our practitioners will be offering complimentary mini services and healthy snacks will be...

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All Power Comes from Within

All Power Comes from Within

How often do you hear the following idea: “anxiety (depression) runs in my family, it’s in my genes”? I am sure you wouldn’t be surprise to know that as a psychotherapist I hear it a LOT. However, through personal experience, experiences of my clients and research, I...

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Aromatherapy Massage is Safe and Natural for MANAGING PAIN

Aromatherapy Massage is Safe and Natural for MANAGING PAIN

Aromatherapy is the use of plant essences (aka essential oils) for therapeutic purposes. Essential oils may either be inhaled, ingested, or applied to the skin to help support the immune system, provide stress relief, offer enhance sleep, relaxation, ease muscle...

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Office Space Available

Office Space Available

We are looking to rent shared/non-shared office space who would complement the successful modalities already located with the Wellness Center. Location, location, location. The Mattapoisett Wellness Center is located at 76 County Rd. (Route6) Mattapoisett. Easy access...

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Addiction – How Acupuncture Can Help

Addiction – How Acupuncture Can Help

Addiction comes in many forms and affects people from all walks of life. Addiction can be to cigarettes, alcohol, gambling, drugs as well as any other maladaptive behavior that becomes a problem. Opioid addiction in particular has now been declared an epidemic in the...

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Get Help During A Rough Patch

Get Help During A Rough Patch

Everyone must endure the occasional rough patch of life’s open road where we are forced to find our own way for a time. Some heavy going of course. Some believe it makes you stronger. Others welcome change. Balance. Not everyone must endure this rough patch...

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Homeopathic Remedies for Stress

Homeopathic Remedies for Stress

Article by Alix Lopes, owner of Emerging in Health LLC Stress. Do you find yourself making these statements “I’m so stressed out!”, “I’ve got a stress headache.”, “My life is stressful.”. Stress is unfortunately a part of our lives both at work and at home. It is...

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Benefits of Vibroacoustic Therapy

Benefits of Vibroacoustic Therapy

Article by Justin Perreault Vibroacoustic Therapy, a combination of music and low frequency sound vibration, has been used and refined for decades in the treatment and relief of various health and stress related ailments. Though music and sound have been used since...

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About Active Isolated Stretching

About Active Isolated Stretching

Why experience Active Isolated Stretching? To enhance your ability to treat and prevent injuries. AIS speeds the healing of muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and joints. Combining this technique with other forms of treatment can accelerate the recovery process by...

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WHY ARE CONCUSSIONS SUCH A BIG DEAL?

WHY ARE CONCUSSIONS SUCH A BIG DEAL?

Article by Kim Pelletier, Holistic Physical Therapist.  I am very grateful that the NFL has brought to light the significance of repeated concussions or head trauma.  The brain damage that occurs when the head is repeatedly hit is evidenced on autopsy as areas of...

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Reiki News from Jenn Risio, Reiki Master Teacher

Reiki News from Jenn Risio, Reiki Master Teacher

Happy Holidays! Cheers to Wellness! Reiki (ray-key) also known as energy healing , helps to quiet the mind, balance your pranic energy (lifeforce), and helps to reduce stress and anxiety housed within the physical body and mind. If you or someone you know suffer from...

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Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage

Thai Yoga Massage is a dynamic bodywork therapy that originated 2,500 years ago in the temples of Thailand.  This healing art is based upon the roots of yoga and the Indian traditions of Ayurvedic medicine.  This form of bodywork is performed on a dense, memory foam...

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EAST MEETS WEST by Julie Hatch LAc,CRNP

EAST MEETS WEST by Julie Hatch LAc,CRNP

There is knowledge behind western medicine, there is wisdom behind eastern medicine I am often asked how I decided to go from nursing to practicing acupuncture. In short, two things happened about 15 years ago: 1) I tried acupuncture for my pregnancy induced sciatica...

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The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

The Impact of Social Media on Mental Health

As a therapist, I have observed trends in the topics that people are seeking help with.  Of course there are the universal issues people have always sought help for and then there is the distress that is a result of a change or evolution in society. One of these...

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What is Sound Healing?

What is Sound Healing?

Never been to a Sound Healing? They’ve become more and more popular as of late, and for good reason! People from all walks of life have been discovering the power of sound and music. This is nothing new, for people have used these amazing universal gifts to heal...

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Homeopathy for Complaints related to Anxiety?

Homeopathy for Complaints related to Anxiety?

Homeopathy for Complaints related to Anxiety? Anxiety in children and adults has become very common and very troubling for our community as it is another avenue in which people may find themselves relying too heavily on pharmaceuticals. There are dozens of ways in...

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Open House November 5th!

Open House November 5th!

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5th We’re Having an Open House! Join us 12pm – 4pm! Our Amazing Practitioners will be Giving FREE Demonstrations. Learn more about how you can improve your overall health. There will also be Raffle Prizes to benefit Project Wheelhouse...

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Bittersweet

Bittersweet

Hello Fellow Heath Seekers, It brings me mixed emotions and admiration to inform all of you that Jess Webb, owner of Anchor Yoga, will be moving her studio out of the Mattapoisett Wellness Center to 32 County Rd, Mattapoisett. We will continue to refer clients and...

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Help for Harvey Victims!

Help for Harvey Victims!

Mattapoisett Wellness Center will be collecting much needed items to Texas Relief Drive  Click below to see how you can help. ...

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September is Pain Awareness Month & Massage Therapy

September is Pain Awareness Month & Massage Therapy

By Jessica Cavaco, LMT This month is National Pain Awareness Month.  The main purpose of Pain Awareness Month is to bring attention to the very real physical suffering of close to 100 million Americans and to highlight the need for research and new, innovative...

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