A large percentage of adults have genital herpes. While genital herpes is classified as a sexually transmitted disease, there is considerable confusion regarding its impact on a massage therapy practice.Continue reading »
Rediscover the massage stroke techniques of petrissage and what they all have in common, the benefits and precautions associated with petrissage – and how this massage stroke differs from effleurage. This is the second installment of the Institute’s four-part series of informative articles about massage stroke review.Continue reading »
Women with high-risk pregnancies are often deprived of bodywork, even though they can benefit the most. Differentiation between a massage caution and massage contraindication will guide therapists with a desire to work with high-risk pregnant clients.Continue reading »
A well-executed effleurage technique can be a massage therapist’s bread and butter. If done skillfully, a full body Swedish massage session can be performed using only this stroke, and your client will come away feeling stress-free and eager to make another appointment. This is the first installment of the Institute’s four-part series of informative articles about massage stroke review.Continue reading »
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