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Daily Archives: March 2009

Strain Counterstrain for Acute Pain

Massage therapists have many modalities to choose from to help relax hypertonic muscles. However, the gentle and effective technique of strain counterstrain is one of the best ways to convince shortened tissue to lengthen.

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Massage Therapy Aids Recovery After Plastic Surgery

More than 17 million cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery procedures were performed in 2007, and the figures continue to rise even in the face of economic downturns. Discover how massage speeds the healing and eases the swelling, pain and stiffness caused by these procedures.

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Preparing Your Taxes: It’s Never Too Early

Whether you are an employee of a company that withholds taxes all year long or you are self-employed, as a massage therapist you are required to file your income tax returns. While it may take an accountant to figure out the details, here are some helpful hints to get you started, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.

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Five Tips on Essential Oil Maintenance

Although essential oils typically lack an expiration date stamp, their effectiveness can diminish with element exposure and time. However, therapists can easily learn how to prolong the life of their oils and detect when they are no longer viable.

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