Sunday, June 24, 2018

Say hello to your summer massage!
Try this tasty and refreshing Watermelon Coconut Chill

Before you arrive for your massage appointment, remember to drink lots of water.

Deep tissue massages are designed to break up knots and adjust your muscles. They also release toxins from the muscles, which may make you feel fatigued or nauseated after your massage.  Staying well hydrated by drinking water, before and after your massage will help alleviate these symptoms.

Try this easy-to-make delicious recipe, as part of your next massage at Academy Massage Therapy, and given our hot Winnipeg summer - enjoy it with friends & family at your next barbecue.

Watermelon Coconut Chill

3 cups chilled watermelon, cubed
squeeze of fresh lime juice
1 sprig of mint
1 cup coconut water
1 cup ice

Put all ingredients in a blender.
Blend until smooth.

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