Feeling tension due to the heated controversy surrounding this year’s election cycle is completely understandable. People are arguing with family and friends and are being bombarded all day long with the latest scandalous development. Some of us are feeling intense concern about the outcome of the presidential election. A recent survey released by the American Psychological Association (APA), said that 52 percent of American adults reported the 2016 election as “a very or somewhat significant source of stress.” Both Democrats and Republicans reported election-induced stress at similar levels.
Take care of yourself. Serotonin and dopamine are released through massage and the result is a feeling of calm relaxation that makes chronic or habitual as well as acute or short-term stress much easier to overcome. In fact, stress relief is one of the first benefits that come to mind when thinking of massage therapy.
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Bridget Riley brings the spa experience into NJ client’s homes based on the theory that an hour of body work should be followed by an hour of rest. She is the owner of Pampered Spirit, the premier mobile massage business in the State of New Jersey. Pampered Spirit has a boutique location which serves as a dispatch center for mobile massage therapists and a serene enclave for onsite clientele.
Ms. Riley’s wellness empire has been featured on national television and has grown to 40 team members strong. In addition to being an established body worker and certified massage therapist, as a wellness coach she has orchestrated workshops for several universities and companies.
Notable clients include NFL Films and the Atlantic City Convention Center. As the industry continually evolves, so does Miss Riley. Her current focus is Wellness Coaching after studying the subject at Duke University.