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The Senses

The Senses – There are five of them, eyes, ears, nose, taste buds, sensory receptors. I’m reminded of the three monkeys sitting on the bench I see nothing, I hear nothing and I say nothing with each hand over the … Continue reading

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Physiological effects of Massage

When the massage therapist skillfully applies the art of massage in an effective manner which effects the structures and functions of the body. The specific effects of massage will indeed vary from therapist to therapist and the intent in which … Continue reading

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Organ Systems Part I

Structures made up of two or more kinds of tissues that perform a more complex fund than it could alone is called an organ. A Group of organs arranged in such a way that they can together perform a more complex function than any organ alone is called an organ system. Continue reading

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Indian Head and face massage

Indian head and face massage (part of the ayurvedic massage modality) has been established for more then 5,000 years. Its benefits are to eliminate stress and excess toxins and purify the body, which will naturally strengthen or rejuvenate to maintain … Continue reading

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Sanitary Safety Practices

In the massage world sanitation is defined as the practice to safeguard the client’s health.  The best practice is protections against the spread of disease is to keep everything clean and sanitary. Any item that comes in contact with a … Continue reading

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