Atlanta, GA, February 02, 2015 Written By Amanda Crowe, MA, MPH Human touch can have a powerful effect on health, and research has found it may even promote healing. In fact, [...]
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After hearing a lot about Cupping Therapy lately, I decided it was time to learn something about it. WebMD claims that supporters of cupping therapy believe the suction of the [...]
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Written by Lilliane Caron Generally when people think of the word 'massage' they associate it with 'luxury', 'indulgence' and 'pampering'. It's seen as a treat, and something people may allow themselves [...]
By Karen Menehan September 16, 2015 Not that long ago, a forearm made sore by too much computer mousing was the extent of technology-related injuries a person might experience. But [...]
Here is a quick guide to some of the most popular types of massage therapy offered at Sha Zen Massage. Swedish Massage Therapy This is the most common type of [...]
By Cathy Wong, ND Alternative Medicine Expert 1) Am I supposed to tip? If you get a massage at a spa or hotel, a 15% to 20% tip is standard [...]
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