Massage is classically known to stimulate serotonin and dopamine, enhance brain wave activity, improve sleep, and activate parasympathetic response. This article will explore the many ways massage and related bodywork facilitate better brain health.
Massage therapy has been touted for decades as an effective means to encouraging body systemic detoxification. The phrase “massage may detox the body” is a common claim made in the massage therapy and bodywork industry. This article will examine how massage may aid the body’s detoxification efforts.
Massage therapists are always looking for new ways to provide their clients with a better massage experience. Perhaps this quest has led you to consider offering massage with cannabidiol oil or cream for your clients. If so, there are a number of factors you’ll want to consider, ranging from potential benefits and risks, to questions of legality.
Hip pain affects a wide array of individuals annually. With the many possible structures impacted in the hip region, a combination of varying complementary therapies, including massage therapy, may be needed to ease a client’s hip or pelvic injury.
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