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Massage: Pleasure & Pain by Tommy Kirchhoff Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 7:31am I took a real interest in massage when I was about 12. My mom and I would trade massages every evening. It was a good deal that continued through high school. When I graduated, my seven-year old sister gave me a gift certificate drawn in crayon, good for one head rub. In college, a girl in the dorms showed me how to massage a hand. She ... Read on »
Philip B. Russian Amber Shampoo by Shannon N. Posted Thu 24 Dec 2009 8:17pm I am hoping Santa will treat me to some luxurious beauty products this year. In my stocking I’m hoping to find a jar of Philip B. Russian Amber Shampoo (12 oz., $140.00 at Beauty Habit). This jar may be small, but it packs a powerful punch of hydrating power for winter weary hair. The harsh cold winter weather can wreak havoc on your hair due t ... Read on »
Pressure by Angela S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Jun 2008 6:08pm We’ve left the little raw food oasis atThe Spa on Koh Changnow and we’re back on the Thai mainland, at a beach-side resort where the beach is about 10 strides from our room. Yummy :) We’ve had somewonderful adventuresin the last few days. A couple of days back, we hadThai massagefor the first time since we got here. WOW. It was INTENSE. I was absol ... Read on »
Discount Massage at Psoas Body Work in San Francisco by Amy H. Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 12:20am Active Release Technique, or A.R.T. as it’s known, is a technique that involves strategic pressure on trigger points combined with guided stretches. Practitioners are highly trained and the techniques are useful for treating repetitive stress injuries, breaking up old scar tissue, and treating sports injuries too. My experience with A.R.T. st ... Read on »
If you want to practice Eastern ... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 4:10pm If you want to practice Eastern medicine, you must be a qualified Western medical practitioner, according to Russian authorities. Acupuncture is taken twice as seriously there, because students wanting to become acupuncture physicians typically have to have some sort of related degree, such as a neuro-pathology degree. Russia ... Read on »
Favorite Massager: Medirub Massager by Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Fri 24 Jul 2009 11:49pm By Dr. Nicole Sundene If you are looking for a great massager - look no further!  The Medi-rub Massager® has been my favorite massage therapy device for over ten years. My Dad is an Ironman Triathalete and purchased one ten years ago; it’s still going strong. I found myself always dropping by or driving  out specifically to use it, and one ... Read on »
Massage @ Roman Paradigm Massage & Therapy by Kristy W. Facebook Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 7:00am Have I ever said how much I love massages?  Given any opportunity, I would have a massage any time, any place, any how and by anyone. Whenever there is a Groupon or Yelp Deal, and it features a massage, I nab it.  I bought one for Roman Paradigm Massage & Therapy ages ago, I never had an opportunity to use it until re ... Read on »
Difference between Deep Tissues Massage and Therapeutic Massage at Healthy Being Wellness Center in St. Petersburg Florida by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 16 Sep 2012 10:32am Every day we receive calls from massage customers seeking massage services but are not quite sure which is appropriate for them.  I thought I'd share with you a few massage services and how to know which one will help you address your goal of pain relief, relaxation, tension reduction and optimum healing. There are several different ... Read on »
Russian Rose Bread/ Russian Braid/ Caucasian Bread/Cinnamon Wreath – Baking for World Bread Day With The Babes! by Aparna Posted Tue 16 Oct 2012 12:00am E very year, World Bread Day is celebrated across the world on the 16th of October which happens to be today. Why is there a World Bread Day? Apparently somewhere on the late 1990s to the early 2000s, carbohydrates on the whole were getting a bad name in the more developed countries and a lot people there started a low carb-lifesty ... Read on »
HOSPITAL MASSAGE Massage therapy... by Rev. Dr. Richard B. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 4:05pm HOSPITAL MASSAGE Massage therapy is currently the most frequently utilized nontraditional therapy offered in hospitals. Therapeutic massage therapy types included as components of patient health care within clinical settings include: Shiatsu, deep tissue, acupressure, Swedish, trigger point, neuromuscular, myofascial release, and reflexology ... Read on »