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Why Massage Therapists Purchase Stationary Massage Table?

13th March 2012
Being a massage therapist, who donít prefer visiting the clients or like to have their own place, one of the most important decisions which you cannot neglect is what kind of stationary massage tables to purchase. Since the portable massage tables are lig... Read >
Author: editor_zadmail

What Comes about During a Table Shower (Entire body Scrub Massage)?

28th February 2011
321Table Showers (or also identified as 'Body Scrub/Wash Massage') provide for a truly invigorating and soothing knowledge. Superior still, aside from a time of pampering, they bring a great deal far more to the 'table' in the kind of well being advantage... Read >
Author: Jamal Farmer

Helpful Directions To Building Your Own Chiropractic Table

20th January 2011
Most individuals will go into chiropractic care owing to how it may help individuals and as a way to make good money. These people will often have their own practice or will freelance by traveling to people at their homes. In order to do this they need th... Read >
Author: nlwest21

How to Give a Good Sports Massage

25th November 2010
How to Give a Good Sports Massage The sports massage is one of the most intense of all types of massages. You are going to have to make sure that the athlete is always in the best of shape and that their muscles are all properly warmed up, loose and li... Read >
Author: tonymarkoss

Overbilling: A Leading Cause of Healthcare Fraud

06th September 2010
Overbilling is one of the most common types of healthcare fraud. It typically occurs when a physician or a billing office submits a claim for services never provided or gives a diagnosis that is more serious than the original diagnosis in order to gain gr... Read >
Author: Linda Vincent

Geriatric Massage Therapy Can Care for the Aged at a Therapeutic Massage Spa in Rocky Point NY

04th August 2010
Research statistics are showing that there are greater numbers of senior citizens these days as compared to the past. This is consistent with the fact that the average life span of people has been extended in recent years due to advances in health science... Read >
Author: businesslocallistings2

Chair Massage - The Little Known Side Effects

18th February 2010
Chair Massage (also called seated massage) was developed by American, David Palmer in the early 1980's. This 15 minute massage is performed with the recipient seated on, and supported by an ergonomically designed chair. Even though chair massage is ... Read >
Author: Tony

Trigger Your Sense Of Smell, Aromatherapy Massage

08th February 2010
The sense of smell is usually incredibly important. You might certainly not believe if you ever previously stood beside a dumpster or shocked a skunk, nevertheless it is true. Exercise your sensation of smell so that you calm the body with a great aromath... Read >
Author: Mary Westfield

Regenesis Healing developed in the early sixties by Robert Rasmusson A TRUE STORY

02nd February 2010
Regenesis Healing, developed in the early sixties by the World-Famous Alternative Healer Robert Rasmusson. Regenesis is a holistic therapy which brings healing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels. Due to a special exercise the energy will ... Read >
Author: Jannette

Craniosacral massage

28th September 2009
You may have noticed that a lot of pain you might feel is caused by the stress you experience every day. It might be a headache, or pain in your body. A good way to get rid of this pain and the stress is craniosacral massage - a tender massage of your nec... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Reiki Treatments Heal Epilepsy & Bells Palsy

17th April 2009
Have you ever been tempted to give yourself the gift of a Destination Resort and Spa that would heal your body, mind and spirit, but had no idea how to choose one? Allow me to introduce you to one of the most unique healing resorts and spas in the wor... Read >
Author: guruofchange

How to treat Dry Scalp problems?

10th March 2008
Dry scalp is one common issue that people face, especially in winter where you are moving in and out of heated areas frequently. The skin of the scalp becomes tight and itchy and tiny flakes of dead skin are showered by combing and brushing. Dry scalp con... Read >
Author: Rachel Broune

Don't Touch Me There! - Avoiding Massage Mishaps and Misunderstandings.

04th March 2008
There is no avoiding this simple fact about massage therapy: Providing or receiving the healing power of touch is intimate. And intimacy, even in the most professional settings, can expose vulnerabilities and lead to uncomfortable and even awkward situati... Read >
Author: Terry McDermott
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