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Mari Laughter Wellness

I´m Physiotherapist specialized in Woman´s Health and  Manual Therapy, Esthetician ,Massage Therapist and Holistic therapist and EFT.

Since 2005, I have been dedicated to alleviating stress, tension, and muscular pain through Swedish, Deep Tissue, Medical, Myofascial, Sports, Pre and Post Birth Acupressure, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Manual Lymph Drainage, Post-Surgical, Trigger-Point Therapy, Reiki,Deep Tissue and Ayurvedic. 44 more words


Recovery Made Easy

Just Kidding!  Recovery is never easy!  But seriously here are some tips on recovering and getting the most out of your workout.  Keep in mind that DOMS (thats Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) is going to be inevitable, especially if you’re working hard, so embrace the pain ;) 670 more words


Characteristics of a Trigger Point and the Physiological Effects of Dry Needling

By: Sara Stites, DPT, ATC

In a previous post, “ The Mystery of the Trigger Point”, Kim Kranz, PT, DScPT, SCS, Cert. MDT discussed what trigger points are and what you can do about them.  757 more words

CHKD Sports Medicine

Trigger Point Dry Needling – Free Yourself From Pain

Do you ever feel like pain is taking over your body and your life? If so, it’s probably time to ask your physical therapist if… 618 more words

Denver-metro Physical Therapy

Best Two Tips For Preventing Injuries

I thought I’d share my top two recovery tips on how to recover from a training session and prevent injury. Recovery is important for all sports in one way or another but especially for running. 720 more words


Fitness Book Review: The MELT Method

The MELT Method by Sue Hitzmann is more of a self care program for pain management than it is a traditional fitness program.  Although, fitness… 446 more words


Fitness Book Review: The Roll Model

Everyone encounters physical pain through their lives. Instead of popping pills to manage this pain, we need to come up with other alternatives. *The Roll Model by Jill Miller is a book you will want to have your library of possible fixes for aches and pains and for better overall mobility. 396 more words