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Proceed with Caution: Oils for Pregnancy Massage
The soothing scents and silky glide of oils almost certainly enhances every massage experience. For your pregnant clients, however, what you apply to their skin during massage may produce some unpleasant or negative effects.
Market CranioSacral Therapy Through Education
For those who provide nearly any kind of complementary health care, it can sometimes be tough to switch hats and become a marketing director rather than a healer. This may be especially true of those who provide a form of complementary care known as CranioSacral Therapy.
Therapeutic Insight: The John F. Barnes' Myofascial Release Perspective—Heart Health
Myofascial release can enhance your cardiovascular efficiency. Self-awareness and balance of our attitudes toward stress is also important.
Maximize Your Knowledge of Pregnancy Massage with Education and Training
Now that you've decided to offer pregnancy massage, the first order of business is to make sure you are properly trained in the practice.
Pregnancy Massage Eases Depression
Although pregnancy tends to be a very exciting time for most women, the physical and psychological changes that take place during gestation and after delivery may induce anxiety and depression in some cases. Studies have shown that not only does massage ease the aches, pains and normal physical discomforts of pregnancy, but it can also help clients manage the emotional roller coaster that may occur during and after pregnancy.
Beth L. Fletcher Recognized for Her Work in Nursing and Healing Arts
Beth L. Fletcher was recognized by Continental Who's Who as a pinnacle professional in the fields of nursing and healing arts as a result of her role as president of Beth Ritter PA.
Healing Waters Sanctuary Offers Craniosacral Aquatica Training
The innovation of Craniosacral Aquatica is an integrative modality that Andy Marcus has developed through time. This is based on his practice in watsu, aquatic therapies, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and a study of other modalities.
American College of Healthcare Sciences Approved to Participate in Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs
American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) announced that it has been approved by the US Department of Education to offer Title IV federal financial aid to qualified students in ACHS's online Associate of Applied Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine degree program.
New Technique Combines Music and Massage to Help Improve Balance, Coordination and Memory
New York-based musician and massage therapist, Karina Yanku, has taken her passions for music and massage, creating OanaMassage®, the first-of-its-kind rhythmic, choreographed full-body massage with it's own accompanying musical score.
Massage Magazine Insurance Plus Partners with Massage Warehouse in October Facebook Giveaway
Massage Magazine Insurance Plus has kicked off the month of October by offering its Facebook fans a chance to win $200 worth of gift certificates from Massage Warehouse.
Top Ten Pain Releasers DVD
This masterful collection features 10 simple, effective hands-on self help techniques that address a wide variety of pain and stress issues with extraordinary results. Available individually or together. Also available as a home study with CEs through NCBTMB and Florida CE broker.
A Doorway into Energy Healing
This kindle e-book helps to enlighten the reader on the many different interpretations of Energy Work and its wonder.
Dry Room Treatments: Body Wraps Vol. 2 DVD
In Volume 2, Malinda McHenry demonstrates how to provide body wraps with mud and with herbal-soaked linen in a dry room setting. The three treatments include a thermal clay modeling mask, a back mud treatment, and an herbal linen wrap. Approximately 1 hour, 20 minutes.
Providing Massage in Hospice Care, An Everflowing Resource
Author and educator Irene Smith presents a multimedia course about massage with the seriously ill or dying. Forming the basis of the presentation are Smith's new manual, "Providing Massage in Hospice Care," plus the DVD titled "Christmas with Chuck" and two audio CDs from a workshop with Smith.
Musculoskeletal Anatomy: Layer-By-Layer
This interactive e-book was created for students of musculoskeletal anatomy in order to bridge the gap between the flat illustrations of anatomy textbooks and the three-dimensional anatomy of the living body. Illustrations show muscle layers for all areas of the body.
The Massage Therapy Students Video Guide: DVD2 - Upper Extremities
This DVD is a visual learning tool designed for massage therapists and advanced students. It is a fully interactive massage technique video guide that contains more than 3.5 hours of expert visual instruction, laid out in an intuitive and user-friendly format.