Hot stone massage incorporates heated stones as part of the therapy. The therapist will uses the smooth stones as either an extension of their hands or by placing them on the body. The stones are typically very smooth-surfaced basalt stones, in which the high iron content in basalt helps the stones retain heat during the … Continue reading What is Hot Stone Massage?
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Massage therapists can benefit from making yoga a part of their self care regimen. By Donna Shryer, February 22, 2016 Outside Yoga is Amazing Physician, heal thyself. From its biblical origin to today’s modern interpretation, the proverb’s essence still rings true—and a 2013 study conducted at Duke University reinforces its message. The study concludes that … Continue reading Learn & Grow: Yoga for Massage Therapists
If you’ve decided that now is the time to make a real commitment to your wellbeing, and you’re thinking of including regular massage in your schedule, congratulations! You’ve made a real great decision.With so many massage centers and therapists to choose from, how will you know if you’re booking in with a great therapist or … Continue reading What’s The Difference Between A Good And A Fantastic Massage Therapist?
Change isn’t always good. Mental health is always in the headlines, and for a very good reason; many Americans will have to deal with a mental health issue at some point in their lives. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) approximately 1 in 5 US adults (46.6 million) will experience some form … Continue reading Massage and Your Mental Health.