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Massage: A Therapy for Pain Management

Chronic pain affects about 100 million Americans, according to the American Pain Management Association. That’s more than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined More...

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Anonymous says:
October 14, 2012 at 4:32 PM
I have had alot of shoulder pain in my left shoulder. I also have tension in neck, shoulders and back of my shoulders. i was wonering if massage would help.
Anonymous says:
October 14, 2012 at 10:14 PM
Great article on the benefits of massage therapy.
Anonymous says:
October 15, 2012 at 4:44 AM
Love! I suffer from Migraines and sinus'. I would come three days a week if time allowed me too. Thank you, thank you!
Anonymous says:
October 16, 2012 at 7:59 PM
This sounds very interesting because my boyfriend has been dealing with lower back pain for two months and he has gone to chiropractor, accupuncture, other people that has no license and suppose to have a touch and knowledge.

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The Need for Manscaping


Back in the day, well groomed men trimmed their hair and shaved their beards, period. No real man would ever dream of having a manicure or waxing unwanted body hair. Well, that’s all changed. What began as a “metrosexual” trend of male fashion awareness has expanded into standard grooming ritual and an emphasis toward enhanced wellness.

One reason is necessity More...


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Obtaining and Maintaining Perfect Brows

Professionals use a variety of methods for creating the perfect brow. The key, we've learned, is to get your shape done by someone who is an expert, then maintaining it between appointments More...
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Ooh La Spa - Destressers

Celebrations, birthdays and holidays should be a joyous time of giving and receiving gifts. However, between the added stress of shopping for gifts, planning get-togethers and keeping up with daily living, these events can quickly turn to into a headache More...

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Joan C. says:
October 17, 2012 at 9:38 PM
Love it

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Establish Healthy Habits, Get Regular Massage!

Massage has been practiced for thousands of years. Today, if you want a massage, there are 80 massage therapy styles to choose from, with a wide variety of pressures, movements and techniques. Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs, but offered by businesses, clinics, hospitals and even shopping malls. Many individuals are currently enjoying and exploring the many health benefits of massage therapy More...

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Anonymous says:
August 25, 2012 at 11:22 AM
Most requested masasge does vary by region. Kellydran1 listed myofascial release trigger point as popular in her area. Folks in my region hate both so I rarely ever use it. If you want to get a job instead of working for yourself, there are two good options for employment, spas or medical clinics like chiropractors and acupuncturists.Relaxing Swedish masasge with hot stones is very popular in spas. Medical masasge such as neuromuscular and myoskeletal alignment techniques are perfect for medical clinics. You can go to work right out of school doing Swedish. You will probably need additional training after school to learn the medical work, unless you find a school that specializes in it.Most schools aren't in the business of helping you learn masasge. They take your money to prepare you for the licensing exams but not much more.I've included some links to articles that discuss the most popular types of masasge. Good luck in your search!

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