Products Sold at Solace Therapeutic Massage
Therapy Pillows by Mother Earth Pillows
Do you hunch your shoulders? Struggle with allergies or migraines? The Shoulder Trigger Point and Sinus Pillows by Mother Earth Pillows are designed by a registered nurse and nationally certified massage therapist to address these conditions. The Shoulder Trigger Point Pillow can be used to improve outcomes for Rotator Cuff injury, pre/post op-rehab, repetitive stress (such as from computer use), and muscle tension/spasms, while the Sinus Pillow helps alleviate congestion and headaches due to allergies, colds and sinusitis.
These professional-grade pillows are filled with food-quality golden flax seeds, and can be heated or chilled. Solace uses and sells these pillows in a variety of solid colors or prints with your choice of three optional herbal blends (Breathe, Soothe and Relieve). Feel better and feel good about your purchase of therapeutic pillows made in Missouri with sustainable ingredients and minimal packaging. (Prices listed do not reflect state and local sales taxes.)
"I believe the 'Holy Grail' of today's healthcare...must be an Integrated approach and Holistic in nature. Education about Self-Care options empowers individuals to become active in their own recovery and prevention routines.." Karen Kowal, Founder of Mother Earth Pillows
Neal's Yard Remedies (NYR Organic)
If buying genuinely healthful, cruelty-free, fair-trade products is important to you, look no further than Neal's Yard Remedies -- a 30-year-old company with ethical practices and excellent products. Shop all NYR Organic collections from our online store (your purchases will be shipped directly to you), or pick up a catalog and sample some products at the time of your appointment. For the ultimate NYR Organic experience, try a soulful, therapeutic Frankincense Facial Massage ($55 for 45-minutes), or add this service on to a regularly priced 75 or 90-minute session for just $10 more.
"Every product I sell has helped me to take better care of myself and my clients, and that's why I make them available to my community." Erin Hartman, Owner of Solace Therapeutic Massage