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Infant Massage

Infant Massage – What Is It?

Infant massage is a bonding activity between parents and their children. In the most basic terms, infant or pediatric massage refers to the process...
Indian Head Massage

Indian Head Massage – What Is It?

An Indian head massage will energise your mind and allow tension to slip a way. This ancient technique has been practised for over a...
Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone Massage – What Is It?

Hot stone massage is a variation on classic massage therapy. Heated smooth, flat stones are placed on key points on the body. The massage...
Hawaiian Massage

Hawaiian Massage – What Is It?

In Hawaiian or lomi lomi massage, practitioners use the palms, forearms, fingers, knuckles, elbows, knees, feet, even sticks and stones. Lomi lomi practices varied by...
Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue – What Is It?

Deep Tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on...
Corporate massage

Corporate Massage – What Is It?

In today’s world with stress as high as it is and us all having to work longer hours, it really has an effect on...
Connective Tissue Massage

Connective Tissue Massage – What Is It?

Connective Tissue Massage helps relieve chronic tension, promotes deep relaxation and enhances self-awareness. It also facilitates significant improvement in posture. The Connective Tissue Massage work...
Chinese Massage

Chinese Massage – What Is It?

Chinese Massage is an ancient tradition, being part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This effective and comprehensive therapy is also closely related to Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture...
Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage – What Are The Benefits?

Muscles automatically contract around any painful site to support the area. If pain is treated fast, your muscles relax. If pain is left for...
Runners Knee

Running Injuries – The Big Five Series – Runners Knee (Chondromalacia)

Definition: A softening or wearing away and cracking of the cartilage under the kneecap, resulting in pain and inflammation. The cartilage becomes like sandpaper because...

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