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02 February

What is Indian Massage? Indian massage, also known as Ayurvedic massage, is one of the oldest and most complete therapeutic techniques whose main purpose is to promote relaxation and wellness, nourish the body and give the patient more energy. However, in order to better understand what Indian massage is and how it works, Ayurvedic medicine, […]

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27 January

Deep tissue massage is a massage technique used primarily to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as muscle pain and sports injuries. Slow, deep movements apply firm pressure to target the inner lining of your muscles and connective tissue. What are the benefits of deep tissue massage? Deep tissue massage can also help treat sore muscles, improve […]

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07 January

There are several unique procedures to perform Kerala Panchakarma depending on the type of disease. Abhyanga Abhyanga (massage); an individually prepared Ayurvedic herbal oil body massage. Designed to penetrate deep into the skin, the oil relaxes the mind and body, dissolves impurities, improves the ability of nutrients to reach the cells, and allows the removal […]

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28 December

  Neck pain, back pain, headache… the list of pains is not short. Pain like this in everyday life Massage is one of the most effective ways to relieve stress and many types of pain. Through massage, you can relax both physically and mentally. However, it is not realistic to always ask a therapist to […]

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16 December

Facial massages are remedies you may do with a practitioner or to your own. The method includes stimulating stress factors at the face, neck, and shoulders. You can use lotions, oils, or cleaning balms with facial massages, in addition to a face curler or a flat gua sha tool. Facial rubdown enables sell wholesome pores […]

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01 December

Medical massage is usually controversial because it employs different styles of existing massage therapy.These include: Deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, osteopathic techniques, craniosacral techniques. However, medical massage is still widely used for decongestive therapy to help treat breast cancer. Pain relief; palliative care, or addressing a problem by focusing on the pain around it […]

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17 November

Active Release Therapy/Techniques (ART) was developed by Dr. Fr. Michael Leahy. Active Release Therapy is designed to help elite athletes return to peak performance as quickly as possible without prolonged massage. ART treats the following mild soft tissue injuries: Muscles Ligaments Tendons Fascia Nerves The Active Release Technique was originally developed for athletes, but it […]

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08 November

Hot stone massage is a derivative of Swedish massage that uses hot stones along the body. The stones are usually made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock, and are usually heated to 145 degrees Fahrenheit. These stones can be placed in many places along the body, but is the most prominent. The spine The […]

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04 November

Reflexology or “zone therapy” is another non-traditional method of massage therapy. Without the use of oils or other balms, reflexology utilizes the body’s natural reflexes in participants’ hands and feet through a series of specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. The body is divided into 10 different zones during different sessions by the practitioner. Pressure […]

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31 October

Lomi massage therapy was brought to Hawaii by Polynesian settlers. Everyone from clan chiefs to children practiced lomilomi or “lomi” on the island. In and out like the paws of a satisfied cat” or “Take and turn, … the divine transformation within you inspired by the healing kahuna”. It’s been said twice. Lomi Lomi massage […]

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