eople in the early stages of addiction recovery often experience an uncomfortable gap between their body and mind. Therapeutic massage can bridge that gap, and is a powerful adjunct treatment in the addiction and recovery process.Continue reading »
A massage therapist can promote his/her practice in a myriad of ways. While word-of-mouth is the way most practitioners build their clientele, it is definitely not the most effective. At first glance, a joint marketing venture may sound like an intimidating concept, but it’s actually very simple and, even better, it’s cheap.Continue reading »
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has finally abandoned the “one size fits all” theory of consumption. Combined with an emphasis on exercise, the new Food Pyramid has us heading in the right direction.Continue reading »
As massage therapists, we are familiar with what constitutes a healthy lifestyle. We recommend these applications all the time. But how easy is it to get caught in the hubbub of life, and ignore our own health? A massage therapist shares his story, and encourages us to stay conscious of our body and the environment that we function in.Continue reading »
Properly trained massage therapists know to avoid the carotid artery with direct, vigorous and/or repetitive massage. Handheld electric massagers are sold everyday to the public, and many of those customers don’t read the accompanying directions. Make sure your clients know about the danger of these products in the neck region.Continue reading »
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