According the ABMP, March is massage education and awareness month!! This month I will be updating the Resources and Research page, posting printable handouts from the national massage boards and associations on the benefits of massage for a variety of conditions, and educational diagrams for home care and stretching. So, stayed informed and empowered and keep checking back the website throughout March for great ways to stay healthy and surprising facts about massage you may have never known.
Have you ever felt like you just can’t make it through your 2 o’clock slump? Do you get headaches and shoulder tension from sitting and looking at the computer all day? Are you feeling burnt out but can’t afford to take a vacation? What can you do about it?
Why not ask your boss or HR director to bring in a massage therapist to do chair massages?? Why?
A break in your workday can give you time to refresh and be more productive after lunch.
Chair massage raises employee morale
Chair massage relieves head, neck and shoulder tension
Below is the information for chair massage services. Services are available for office settings, health fairs, trade shows, conventions and more. Chair massage prices are based upon one therapist for the allotted time. For additional therapists, add $50 per hour, per therapist. Please inquire by email to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Such an amazing article about the powerful and plentiful uses of Lavender. This is something EVERYONE should keep in their homes at all times, even those who aren’t holistic-minded. Cleansing, Calming, and Cooling….ahhhh
Lavender has long been used in many Western herbal traditions. Originally a European herb, it has spread throughout the globe and is cultivated in many countries, including the United States, India, and New Zealand. One of the countries best known for the cultivation of lavender is France.
There is a wide range of lavender species possessing a variety of unique qualities and scents. It is by far one of the most versatile and safe essential oils available, that can even be applied directly to the skin in an undiluted form, as well as in diluted oil blends.
From an Ayurvedic perspective, lavender mainly pacifies pitta and vata with its cooling energy and immediate calming and soothing effects.However, any constitutional type can benefit from its use. Simply smelling lavender relaxes the mind and fills the senses with its tranquil and feminine qualities. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, hormonal balancing, carminative, sedative, analgesic…