What A Good Massage Feels Like

20 Apr 2015
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What A Good Massage Feels Like

Massages feel different depending on what kind of a massage you receive. A Swedish massage is perfect for any beginners because it is soothing and relaxing. Firmer pressure is used in deep tissue massages, and some techniques, such as trigger point therapy, may be a little uncomfortable. It also depends where you search for your massage therapy, and more accurately, the massage therapist that you choose. Each massage therapist will have their own unique techniques and styles. What To Expect In A Massage Commonly you lay on the bed face down, resting your face into a ‘cradle’, which helps prevent neck strain. The massage therapist only massages the visible parts.

Workplace Massages

17 Apr 2015
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Workplace Massages

Many employees find it difficult to give it their all through an entire work day due to anxiety and stress building up. Every job has the potential to raise those levels. In order to increase employee productivity and wellness, several workplaces have allowed massage therapists to visit the office in order to help to reduce stress and anxiety. A relaxed employee is a happy employee. Beyond being relaxing, workplace massages can help in reducing constant straining injuries, less employees quitting, and less people calling in sick. Healthy, happy, and relaxed employees become more productive, capable of giving it their all in the final push before their shift ends. A massage.

Massage Therapy For Your Foot Pain And Injuries

16 Apr 2015
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Massage Therapy For Your Foot Pain And Injuries

Muscle imbalance causes foot pain, which then causes your body to be sore. It’s most often not about your shoes, your aging, or your incorrect posture, it is muscle imbalance. And you want that fixed. You can try specialty shoes, but that’s not going to fix it as much as you’d hope. You’re really only covering up a problem rather than actually fixing it. Massage therapy can help fix it. The way that we walk causes our feet to arch by developing the muscles that our feet use. That means each of us once had flat feet, but we developed our arches. And this proper muscle development, prevents foot pain,.

Reflexology For Your Depression

13 Apr 2015
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Reflexology For Your Depression

Depression Is… Clinical depression, is considered to be a mental illness which overwhelms a person suffering from it with sadness, hopelessness, and the feeling of losing everything. It can last any time between weeks or even years, which can lead to suicidal thoughts and self harm. Reflexology Helps The Depressed… Reflexology can help clinically depressed patients by relieving the symptoms. It does so by working mainly on certain acupuncture points as well as nerve endings found in your hands and feet. What does this do? increase blood flow; rids body of toxin build-ups; activates lymphatic system; stimulates endocrine system; causes relaxation; assists releasing endorphins that make patients feel good; optimizes.

Improve Your Athletic Performance With Massage Therapy

09 Apr 2015
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Improve Your Athletic Performance With Massage Therapy

With a typical massage specifically meant for sports, you can benefit in a few ways, like: -A deep tissue kind of massage paired with proper stretching can improve your ability to avoid injury. -For more power and better performance, massage therapy can boost your muscle flexibility as well as your range of motion. -Decrease your exercise recovery time. -Boost your blood flow, which will give you a boost in your oxygen and nutrient supply. -Improve your ability to eliminate metabolic by-products from workouts. On top of everything else, massage therapy is meant to assist the athlete at reaching their optimal performance levels without injury. Over training can overload your muscles..

Reflexology And The Effects On The Autonomic Nervous System

06 Apr 2015
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Reflexology And The Effects On The Autonomic Nervous System

In many populations, reflexology has resulted in reducing stress and anxiety. This may occur within modulation of the autonomic nervous system function (ANS); there is only a limited amount of evidence that’s available on this subject, however. A feasibility study was conducted to investigate with an experimental model in order to learn and determine if there was a physiological effect from reflexology that targeted stress. As well, the study assessed and compared reflexology and control interventions’ effect upon the heart rate as well as blood pressure after mentally stressing tests. A feasibility study to assess an experimental study design to compare the effect of reflexology and control interventions on heart.

Improving Your Motion Range And Flexibility Through Massage Therapy

03 Apr 2015
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Improving Your Motion Range And Flexibility Through Massage Therapy

Massage therapy helps with flexibility and range of motion.  Believe it or not, there has been an increase in muscle injuries within the last fifty years. We’ve become increasingly sedentary. And as we continue to grow older, our joints are tightening which restricts our motion and flexibility ranges. Massage therapy sessions improve and maintain your motion and flexibility. A normal session is designed to work on and relax your tendons, muscles, joints as well as your ligaments, and connective tissues. This loosens and relaxes your joints and makes them less likely to get injured. In turn, this helps improve your motion and flexibility by forcing nutrients and blood flow throughout.

How Massage Therapy Can Help TBI

30 Mar 2015
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According to the BIAA (Brain Injury Association of America), TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) is a top cause of disabilities as well as deaths in kids as well as adolescents all across the nation. Newborns – age 4, and teens 15 – 19 years of age are at the greatest risk. Averagely speaking, 564k children enter the emergency room for brain injuries, while 62k of them are hospitalized. That’s quite a lot of kids dealing with chronic symptoms, and those symptoms don’t always have specific treatments through usual medications. Defining TBI A bump and a TBI are greatly different problems. A bump may hurt and give you a headache, but TBI.

Hot Stones!! Ouch or Mmmmmm!

11 Mar 2015
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Hot Stones!! Ouch or Mmmmmm!

Contrary to the term, hot stones will not burn you. In fact, hot stone massage is really a variation upon classic therapeutic massage. The therapist holds heated sleek, flat stones while performing massage techniques all over your body, while other stones are placed to encourage relaxation, blood and energy flow while those areas are not being addressed. The utilization of hot stones for healing goes back to historic times, however it wasn’t till Arizona therapeutic massage therapist Mary Nelson launched her hot stone therapeutic massage technique, known as LaStone Treatment, that using hot stones for therapeutic massage became more popular. What do the Stones Look Like? The stones are often.

Reflexology Works For Diabetics

12 Jan 2015
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Reflexology Works For Diabetics

People with diabetes may have circulation and nerves issues in­ their feet. Reflexology can help since it is highly beneficial towards both of those problems, while also giving the regular benefits anyone would get from a session. What’s Diabetes? Diabetes, often found in individuals with high levels of blood sugar, is a metabolic disease that results in the individual having high blood sugar levels. Glucagon and insulin hormones control the level of blood sugar inside you. Glucagon secretes sugar from out of your cells and into your bloodstream, raising the levels, while insulin does the opposite. Diabetics often need insulin injections because their natural insulin hormone is not working properly..

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