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EXPOSING 3 MYTHS ABOUT MASSAGE

MYTH NUMBER 1: We only need to seek massage when something is wrong with us Simply not true.  It is well known that massage can be beneficial in reducing muscular pains and spasm, reducing the chronic pain of injuries and helping with injury rehabilitation.  However,...

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Does Anxiety = Muscle Pain?

Recent studies have shown a strong relationship between anxiety and muscle pain. Anxiety is a normal feeling to encounter; however when one experiences excessive worry, tension, and anxious feelings on a daily basis then it can cause very significant physical symptoms...

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MASSAGE THERAPY LOWERS BLOOD PRESSURE

High blood pressure has more misconceptions than nearly any other medical condition. Here are some common misconceptions according to the Australian Heart Association: Myth: High blood pressure has many symptoms Fact: High blood pressure has NO symptoms. That's why...

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Stretching – Exercises for your back

Back stretches when done on a regular basis will maintain the flexibility of your spinal ligaments, muscles and fascia.   Maintaining back mobility by doing a few regular back stretching exercises is extremely important in terms of preventing back pain. Why do back...

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How does SLM differ from Remedial Massage Therapy?

SLM BODYWORK  (MYOTHERAPY) What does SLM stand for? SLM stands for ‘Steve Lockhart’s Myotherapy’.  He developed this style of bodywork following his training under John Guttenbeil in the late 1980s.    It is a hands-on form of bodywork influenced largely by ancient...

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4 Strange Sciatica Causes

Think sciatica is only caused by spinal injury? Your jeans and shoes may tell a different story. (Written by Reginald Q. Knight, MD, MHA    Article taken from Spine Universe) Sciatica is a debilitating set of symptoms caused by the compression of the sciatic nerve. It...

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IS YOUR SKIN WINTER READY?

Harsh wintry conditions can wreak havoc on the skin, stripping it of its natural moisture and leaving it feeling dry, tight and sometimes itchy.  Our skin’s barrier is assaulted by the cold, dry air outside and the dry heated air inside.  This combination can...

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