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Can Aromatherapy Massage Relieve Menopause’s Symptoms? by Anita Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Oct 2012 11:18pm Researchers in Iran recently concluded that massage with aromatherapy eases the symptoms of menopause , and that even without aromatherapy massage offers more relief than doing nothing. Women undergoing menopause live with some combination of irritability, depression, poor sleep , fatigue, hot flashes ,  night sweats, increased perspiration ... Read on »
The Art Of The Aromatherapy Massage by Shilah C. Azib Posted Fri 26 Feb 2010 6:24pm Need a relaxing massage? You have probably seen or heard of, (or perhaps even had) a massage, but have you ever had one before using aromatherapy and essential oils? If you have not, then you are in for a real treat. Massages that are based on the principles of aromatherapy not only relax your mind, but will relax your whole body, t ... Read on »
Highlight on YBN’s Aromatherapy Massage Blends by yourbodyneeds Posted Wed 21 Mar 2012 10:43am At Your Body Needs… we take great pride in providing you with the best services. We also take great pride in taking care of your skin. We do not use any synthetics in our skin care products ; whether it be a product you purchase from our retail section or those used on your skin during your massage . In fact our products are hand blended righ ... Read on »
Jul 31, Aromatherapy Massage by Liani Posted Sat 31 Jul 2010 8:48am Web www.aromatherapy-at-home.com Read on »
Helpful Tips for Safe Aromatherapy Infant Massages by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:00pm One of the best ways to create a lasting bond with your baby is to practice infant massage, particularly for dads. Babies listened to mom’s voice for nine months in the womb and they instinctively bond with mom during the breastfeeding process. Dads have to work extra hard to create that bond and infant massage, especially with aromatherapy, is ... Read on »
Pause… for Self Care with Massage and Aromatherapy by yourbodyneeds Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 11:02am We need to remember to pause and take time for ourselves.  This is especially important this time of year as we find ourselves in a constant hurried state as we prepare for the holidays.  However, within this  state of “on the go” we must carve out time for ourselves to calm the mind and listen to our bodies.  Self care tends to be the first ... Read on »
Essential Oils and Massage Tricks in Aromatherapy by Lucia Gabriela Facebook Posted Sun 29 Dec 2013 9:47am An aromatherapy massage using essential oils is a healing for both the mind and the body which works often on the nervous system. Aromatherapy is both all-inclusive and practical in that it helps protect an individual’s body’s life-saving immune system and calm or boost... Read on »
Massage and Aromatherapy….a Good Combination by yourbodyneeds Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 8:13pm     True aromatherapy is the use of plants and fruit rinds to make pure essential oils. The use of these oils can be very therapeutic. Massage is a great way to use essential oil blends, they add another sensory “layer” to your massage session. For example, if you are feeling tired and stressed out the Lavender or Lavender Chamomile is a ... Read on »
Aromatherapy to Traditional Thai – 5 Top Massage Treatments by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 30 Sep 2013 11:36am 1. Thai Massage Thai massage is a unique mixture of being both energizing to the body whilst also being deeply calming and soothing. Similarly to Yoga, the end result of a Thai massage is of a body feeling centered and relaxed whilst also being ready to face a new day. Thai practitioners are famous f ... Read on »
Aromatherapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) by Jennifer Nordin Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:26am I usually don't post articles this long, but it is such an excellent overview of what SAD is and how essential oils can be beneficial. My personal favorites for the midwinter blues are grapefruit and orange. Remember, don't apply citrus oils on skin that will be exposed to direct sunlight as skin sensitivity and discoloration can occur. Ms. Gist ... Read on »