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[21 Dec 2011 | One Comment | ]
Massage Therapy and all the different types and styles available

Massage Article of the day #41:  12/21/2011

As massage therapy increases in popularity, the massage menu at your local spa is getting longer and more confusing. There are so many different types of massages available today, you need to make sure that you are choosing the right one for your … Read More...

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[10 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
Japanese Massage Techniques

Massage Article of the day #25:  02/10/2011

We are conscious that when the masseuse gives a kneading there are different types of techniques that they can use. Of these many techniques the Japanese work somewhat sole. This Japanese kneading is called Shiatsu and while it may have originally been a … Read More...

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[3 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
Relieve Temporomandibular Joint Pain with Massage

Massage Article of the day #18:  02/03/2011

With its multi-faceted functions, the jaw’s Temporomandibular Joint is vulnerable to a variety of ailments. Learn what modalities best ease the pain and discomfort of Temporomandibular Joint Pain as well as self-care suggestions to share with your clients.

The jaw or Temporomandibular Joint … Read More...

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[30 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Art of Shiatsu Massage

Massage Article of the day #14:  01/30/2011

Energy is called many things throughout the world, like ‘chi’ or ‘qi.’ These terms refer to life force energy that lives in the body as well as the energy force around the body. Nurse practitioners often call it ‘subtle energy’ and therapist who … Read More...

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[26 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
History of Massage

Massage Article of the day #10:  01/26/2011

At some point in our lives every one suffers from minor injuries, pain or discomfort. Our instinctive reaction is to rub or hold the affected area to ease the pain. If you stub your toe or have a stomach ache, you rub it … Read More...