New product helps relieve tension and stress 

Kiss Life Introduces CranioCradle Home Therapy System, MASSAGE Magazine

JENSEN BEACH, Fla., June 2, 2010 — Massage professionals now have a new tool to help clients during their session as well as continue the benefits of their therapy at home. Kiss Life LLC has introduced the CranioCradle, an easy-to-use home therapy system that helps relieve stress, tension and pain, allowing the body to enter a deep state of relaxation and healing. 

Based on osteopathy, craniosacral, lymphatic drainage and massage therapy techniques, the CranioCradle encourages joints to decompress and cramped tense muscles to gently release. It creates a positive effect on the central nervous system, allowing the body to discover its natural healing potential. By using the basic three-step home therapy system, the CranioCradle is placed under the head, neck and body at specific locations in a specialized way to relax tense, tired muscles, relieve nagging aches, pains and fatigue and to naturally restore the body to a deep state of comfort.

The CranioCradle was tested and fine-tuned with the collaboration of a team of experienced hands-on therapists and has been endorsed by Bruno Chikly, M.D., D.O. (hon.), Lynda Solien-Wolfe, L.M.T., and Steve Capellini, L.M.T., as well as a numerous other well-respected industry leaders.

“We understand how important it is for touch therapists to provide their clients with the best possible experience while in their care”, said Barb Richmond, the creator of the CranioCradle and CEO of Kiss Life. “The CranioCradle gives therapists an extra pair of hands during the treatment session, allowing the client to enjoy a deeper sense of relaxation and relief. And the CranioCradle can be used at home to extend the benefits of their session.”

Kiss Life has developed a protocol showing therapists how to easily incorporate the CranioCradle into their treatment sessions. The company’s mission is to provide extraordinary products promoting health, wellness and vitality. For more information, including a how-to video, visit www.craniocradle.com.

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