• Webster Coleman posted an update 2 days ago

    Trigger point therapy is based on traditional Oriental medicine and also the idea that pressure, possibly physical or psychological, can cure via the medium involving skin and the muscle tissues. Trigger point therapy is often utilised in conjunction with additional massage therapies such as trigger point massage, Swedish massage and deep tissue…[Read more]

  • Spa treatments using essential oils also are getting popular. Cosmetic massage has become an increasingly common alternative therapy product available on the menu of massage spas. Inside this type of treatment, herbal, herbal curative, and healing essential oils are utilized to stimulate curative properties in your own body.

    Whether you wish…[Read more]

  • Webster Coleman posted an update 2 weeks ago

    Myofascial Release is a therapy option believed to be very beneficial for the treatment of chronic pain and skeletal muscle immobility, by calming tight contracted skeletal muscles, increasing blood flow, oxygen, and nutrients, and stimulating the relaxive stretch response in visceral fat. However, it’s important to remember it isn’t a cure. It…[Read more]

  • Based on Japanese myth, the source of acupuncture originates out of Watsu. In Watsu, increased ANXIETY is believed to be the reason for pain. Greater stress leads to pain. However, by managing pain in Watsu, it helps alleviate anxiousness too. At a recent case report, a person with temporomandibular joint disorders had reduced pain levels after…[Read more]

  • Massage therapy is the direct manipulation of the soft tissue of the body. A variety of massage techniques are used by therapists. Massage techniques are most commonly used with the hands, fingers, thumbs, elbows, heels, forearms, or perhaps a massage device. The major purpose of massage therapy is usually for the relief of pain or body…[Read more]

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