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Ease Back Tension with Tennis Balls The best thing for an achy back is tennis balls. All you do is take an old sock and put two tennis balls inside. Then tie a knot in the sock, making sure the balls are as close together as possible. ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
A very interesting article. more
May 07 2009 4:04pm
Get Well Soon: Herbal Healing R-V Rosemary: Fights exhaustion, jet lag, and weakness. Balances female hormones and contains over 12 antioxidants. Good for mild depression. St. John's Wort: Sedative and pain-reducer that boost ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Distress: Controlling Your Response While stressful events in and of themselves are harmless, it’s our reactions to them that cause so many illnesses, both physical and mental. A number of harmful habits have been found to be reactio ...
Sep 11 2007 3:51am
Hot Stone Massage for Maximum Grounding I'm generally a huge fan of Swedish massage but I recently discovered how grounding hot stone massage can be. I know that different practitioners have different styles, but my favorite is when the the ...
Nov 14 2007 12:27pm
Hot stones are also used during back facials. I am an aesthetician and place them down you ... more
Oct 18 2009 2:36pm
Stanford Sports Medicine Tip: Tennis Ball Therapy Why not pick up a tennis ball outside the tennis courts instead of letting it dry in the sun? While a nice, deep tissue massage can often take care of trigger points and muscle aches and pain, the s ...
Feb 04 2008 11:18am
Neck and Shoulder Pain Neck and Shoulder Pain Relief Tips - These work for my neck and shoulder pain I work at the computer almost every day. I work A LOT. So, there are lots of days that I end up with neck and shoulde ...
Mar 26 2008 12:57pm
Relaxation through Celebration Considering the current hectic life full of tensions, problems and burdens relaxation of mind becomes indispensable for your survival. This relaxation is possible through quite a few ways such as slee ...
Feb 23 2009 1:34am
Indian Head Massage - Relatively new to North American spas. Unlike the majority of people I know, head massages have never been one of my favourite touch therapies. If, during a body treatment or facial, there’s an added bonus of head or foot massage, I u ...
Aug 24 2007 1:28pm
Alexander Technique Has anyone ever had a session with an Alexander Technique instructor? It's very interesting - they teach you how to use your body in an extremely relaxing fashion by training your mind to think of mov ...
Jul 27 2007 11:05am
Hi Stephanie,   There are similarities between the two. Feldencrais came out of th ... more
Dec 26 2008 1:28pm
Banish the Worry Wart in You Here are some tips to help nix the worrying habit (something I’m guilty of), and reduce tension, courtesy of Dr. Weil, MD: 1. Breathing Exercises. Deep belly breathing is one option. Others aboun ...
Jul 28 2007 6:31pm