Massage Therapy Now Available!

Sun Bingaman joined forces with Body Edge Fitness in November. She offers therapeutic massage therapy and body work not only for our members but for the general public also.  The massage space is located next door to the gym in a quiet, serene setting. “As a lover of massage therapy, I can assure you that Sun is a fantastic therapist.  We are so blessed to have her with us!”, says owner of Body Edge, Cindy Black.

Custom gift certificates are available! As Sun always says, “a gift certificate is one size fits all and everyone’s favorite color is happy!” For more info on Sun’s background and the therapies she offers please see the following…

MMT ~ Master Massage Therapist
CWT ~ Certified Weight Trainer
CBBT ~ Certified Bioresonance/Biofeedback Technician

Contact her by calling (870) 404-7866.

Graduating from White River School of Massage, Fayetteville, AR in 1994, Sun followed her heart after many years of exploring health and the holistic connection between man and earth; resonating with others on the journey to finding their answers to questions pertaining to wholeness and well-being.

Her focus is Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), which includes Pain Management and rehabilitation/re-education of optimal muscle function. Other offerings include “AromaTouch”, Biomat and SCIO.
Sun is a Master Massage Therapist, using aspects of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myo-fascial Release, and Sports Therapy. A protocol is uniquely designed for each client’s needs to create their session(s) whether singular or progressive sequences with a goal in mind. “I love to open new doors for those who feel as though they have reached a dead end. The body has it’s own incredible ability to heal and return to homeostasis. Helping them find their recipe for health and assisting them with their chosen goals is so very rewarding and never ceases to warm my heart after 23 years of bodywork and massage. I genuinely care for each client, and strive to listen to ones issues and obstacles, then educate them to create a trusting rapport, and assist each person in the choices to expedite their optimal health, one step at a time. Massage/Bodywork is abundant in technique(s) and modalities that can be personalized to each individual’s needs and/or goals; whether it is applied in pain management, postural/biomechanical function, training goals, or alleviating stress from the body, all of which are great ways to enhance ones quality of life! It is extremely beneficial, soothing and life changing and well worth the venture!”

“In Celebration of Health”,

Sun Bingaman

(870) 404-7866


Essential Oils 101

Essential Oils 101

Have you been wondering what all the hype is about Essential Oils?!

It’s not “Alternative Medicine”

…it’s just Nature’s remedies!!

Come Learn!  Class is FREE!

January ???

Essential Oils can enhance your quality of life in many ways!

Hosted by Beth Mincher – Certified Health Coach


Essential Oils have recently been featured on many newscasts and online reports as a “trend” in alternative healthcare.  In reality, essential oils aren’t as much “alternative” as they are “natural”. Essential oils are volatile aromatic compounds extracted from plants through distillation or expression.  Essential oils are the life blood of the plant, much like blood is to our body system.   They are responsible for the repair and regeneration of new cell growth.  In ‘essence’, they are like nature’s healthcare.

The term “essential oil” comes from the contraction of the original name “quintessential oil” – stemming from the Aristotelian idea that matter is composed of elements – fire, air, earth and water and the fifth – spirit or life force.  Distillation and evaporation were thought to extract this life force from the plant. (from the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy)

Essential oils have a biological role within aromatic and medicinal plants.  These roles include:  attracting pollinators through aroma, preventing competing vegetation through chemical release, serving as defense against insects and other animals, and protecting the plant against other organisms that may threaten the plant.  Each chemical compound within the oil has a specific purpose. Essential oils are constantly changing their chemical composition, helping the plant to adapt to ever-changing internal and external environments.  Just as the plant uses essential oils for a variety of purposes, we can also use essential oils for aromatic purposes as well as for therapy and defense against environmental and biological conditions.

In general, essential oils are very helpful in positively impacting our quality of life, state of happiness and overall wellness.  They can beneficially influence stress levels, headaches, insomnia, chronic or acute pain, arthritis, enhance immunity, relax and sooth, relieving nausea, support hormonal balance, provide emotional support, assist healthy breathing and congestion, and much, much more…

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years for cosmetic purposes, as well as for their spiritually and emotionally uplifting properties.  Therapeutic grade essential oils are used aromatically, topically or internally.  Young Living Essential Oils have always been at the forefront of bringing this ancient tradition to modern users, introducing millions to a total mind/body wellness.