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Bodywork Techniques Ideal For Spring Cleaning

When spring comes around, we often find ourselves inclined to do some major house cleaning. We change the interior décor as the season transitions the out-of-doors from cold to warm, and from bare ..
(July 06, 2008)
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Massage Therapists Beware Drug and Citrus Caution

As massage therapists and other bodyworkers are aware, their work can have an impact on the effectiveness of prescription drugs a client may be taking. The side effects may be intensified or the ..
(July 06, 2008)
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Massage Therapists Making Money Spiritual Practice As Powerful .

How do you feel about prosperity? What are your beliefs about money? Do you feel entitled to earn what might be considered a good living? These are questions that you may ask yourself whether you are .
(July 07, 2008)
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Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia and Therapeutic Touch

Approximately 5 million people in the United States suffer from fibromyalgia; most of those diagnosed are women. It is an affliction that not only causes muscle pain, but can also lead to other ..
(July 07, 2008)
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How to Grow Your Massage Practice With Chair Massage

As the profession of massage therapy becomes more competitive we need to find more interesting and innovative ways to retain our current clients, as well as attract new ones. Most business owners, ..
(July 10, 2008)
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Massage Therapy Methods to Help Relieve Scoliosis Discomfort

In the United States there are millions of people of all ages suffering from some form of scoliosis. This atypical lateral curvature of the spinal column, while usually not life threatening, will ..
(July 13, 2008)
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Easy Ways Bodyworkers Can Stay Healthy

Massage therapists and other bodyworkers who routinely work in close proximity to people are especially vulnerable to catching airborne illnesses, such as the cold or flu. If not very careful, you ..
(July 13, 2008)
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Massage Therapy Can Ease Symptoms of Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy (MD) is not just one disease, but a generic term that covers more than thirty genetic disorders sharing the characteristics of progressive skeletal muscle degeneration and ..
(July 14, 2008)
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Combining Guided Imagery With Massage Therapy

Various studies have shown that guided imagery and massage both help to boost our immune system as well as encourage relaxation and elevate our moods. Similar to yet different from meditation ..
(July 14, 2008)
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Considerations For Performing Massage on a Cruise Ship

Would you like a job that offers some fabulous benefits, such as worldwide travel and free room and board, as well as a lot of hard work? If so, working as a massage therapist aboard a cruise ship ..
(July 10, 2008)
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Solutions and Sports Massage Techniques For Achilles Tendonitis

For anyone who participates in sports that require a lot of running or jumping, or hikes vigorously uphill on a regular basis, the Achilles tendon can be particularly troublesome if it should become ..
(July 10, 2008)
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Can Milk Thistle Prevent Liver Cancer?

Toxic substances surround us every day, in our food, water, medications, and especially the air we breathe. These toxins are extremely detrimental to the health of your liver, and your choice of ..
(March 12, 2008)
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How Massage Eases Menopausal Symptoms

Many women enjoy receiving regular massage sessions as a means of relaxation and stress relief. With our hectic, fast-paced lives and busy schedules, massage can be the perfect outlet for releasing ..
(July 26, 2007)
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A Cure for Hepatitis C?

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) recently conducted and presented a study on pegylated interferon alfa-2a (PEGASYS) and its ability to eradicate the Hepatitis C virus from its patients. ..
(May 31, 2007)
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Contraception Poses Blood Clot Risk

Enhancing circulation is the main purpose of therapeutic massage, however it can pose a serious risk to your clients if you’re unaware of the medications they may be taking. Blood clots can be ..
(March 21, 2007)
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Understanding and Unlocking Tissue Memory

While your brain may not always be able to recall past memories, your body will never forget them. Researchers have documented that the body stores pain and traumatic memories in muscles and ..
(April 12, 2007)
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Bodywork For Dementia

A condition that negatively influences a person’s memory and cognitive abilities, dementia affects millions of people in the United States. The most commonly known form of this condition is ..
(April 11, 2007)
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Soda and Your Liver

Most people probably don’t realize the amount of soda they consume in their lifetime, but with carbonated soft drinks accounting for the number one beverage of choice by Americans, it’s a .
(April 04, 2007)
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How Your Immune System Can Help Defeat Hepatitis C

With Hepatitis C affecting millions of people in the United States, many people find themselves wondering just how the virus is able to get past the body’s immune system and develop into a ..
(April 02, 2007)
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Night Sweats - Another Approach to this Common HCV Symptom

Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most prevalent liver disease in the world. Currently, it’s estimated there are up to 300 million people worldwide infected with HCV. In the near future, chronic HCV is ..
(March 26, 2007)
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Parkinson's Disease and the Benefits of Massage Therapy

Bodywork therapy can provide tremendous relief to people suffering from a multitude of diseases, Parkinson’s disease being one of them. Parkinson’s disease, also called Parkinsonism, is a .
(March 20, 2007)
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Hepatitis C’s "Other" Symptoms

The painful effects of a skinned knee are instantaneous. It may turn red, bleed, sting or throb. Soon after, the injury most likely bruises or forms a scab. Unlike skinning a knee, when someone ..
(March 19, 2007)
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2 Natural Topical Pain Relievers

With pain relief being the most common goal of a bodyworker, massage therapists can utilize more than their learned techniques in sessions to achieve this result. There are other methods for helping ..
(March 19, 2007)
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Benefits and Challenges of Working in a Spa

The increasing popularity of spas stems from people trying to relax and escape from daily stress and hectic lifestyles. As a result, massage therapists are finding spas to be an ideal place to work. ..
(March 07, 2007)
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9 Tips for Chapped Lips

One of the inevitable aspects of wintertime is the severe lack of moisture in the cold, harsh air, which unfortunately leads to dryness of the skin. Because the body is less able to absorb the ..
(January 17, 2007)
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