Are you stuck for a Christmas gift idea?

Somewhere, right now, there is a woman carrying heavy shopping bags from store to store looking for the perfect gift for her husband.

Somewhere, right now, there is a man wandering through his girlfriend’s favorite clothing store, trying to pick out something she won’t roll her eyes at. Somewhere, right now, these people are stressed.

The holiday season is a hectic time, and searching for the perfect gift for the special people in your life can at first seem like a simple task, but with all of the time and energy it takes to find them something you’re not even certain they’ll enjoy, it’s easy to end up feeling stressed, rather than rested and relaxed as you prepare for the holidays. This year, instead of rushing through the crowded malls and searching online, give your loved ones the gift of a rejuvenating and relaxing massage.

While your friends and family would probably enjoy receiving a new piece of clothing, electronic gadget, book, or piece of art this Christmas, there’s a good chance that they would most enjoy the experience of getting a massage from a someone who is trained to not only relieve stress, but also alleviate the aches and pains that many of us carry from day to day.

Give your loved ones a massage that’s tailored to their unique needs and preferences. Whether that means giving your collegiate athlete cousin a massage to prepare for the season ahead, your father a therapeutic massage to relieve his chronic muscle tension, or your wife a massage because you know she deserves pampering, you can feel confident that you’re giving them a gift they will truly enjoy.

This year, forget about the crowded malls and give the special people in your life the best gift of all – the gift of deep relaxation.

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Kim Gladfelter

Kim Gladfelter, PT, MPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, is a physical therapist and owner of PhysioFit Physical Therapy & Wellness in Los Altos, CA. Kim's facility has a complete wellness center, offering classes in Pilates, Yoga, Gyrotonic® and TRX suspension training, as well as special clinical programs for women’s health. Kim works with people aged 30-65+ on a daily basis and is an expert Columnist who writes health articles for the Los Altos Town Crier newspaper, professional newsletters and blogs nationwide. She also reaches out to the local community, support groups, schools, libraries and sports centers to advise and educate on body awareness and exercise for back pain.
Kim Gladfelter

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