MASSAGE & BODYWORK
What is Massage & Bodywork? Intentional manipulation of the body’s soft tissues for therapeutic effect - yet encompasses much more. Touch heals on physical, emotional, mental & spiritual levels. Alternative Healing Massage & Bodywork – Did you know that you can use massage & bodywork for healing? Learn more about healing through massage & bodywork with our body healing massage articles at All Things Healing. Visit us online today!

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Massage & Bodywork
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by Charlotte Phillips

Some treatments for breast cancer can be damaging to the lymph nodes under the armpit. Whether nodes are removed during surgery or receive radiation, lymph node reduction is a typical result of breast cancer treatment...

 

Editor's Note from David Burrows: Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) is a very light form of massage which gives deep assistance to those with lymphedema related to breast cancer.  This article helps those unfamiliar with massage in general as well as with MLD know what to expect when receiving this therapy.

 

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by Nancy Sheehan, LMT

Three years ago I was sitting in a hostel in Singapore reading a fabulous article in Yoga Journal about the healing art of Thai Massage. I had just gotten my land legs back after eight months of cruising the South Pacific and Eastern Asia as an on-board Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher...

 

Editor’s Note: Thai Massage has been steadily gaining popularity in the West in recent years as a practice that lies somewhere between the worlds of massage and yoga. It seemingly combines the best of these two worlds...


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by Mary Ellen Derwis-Balaz

Chi Nei Tsang is based in the teachings of Mantak Chia as originally taught to him by Taoist monks. It is a practical useable system that combines massage, breath and Chi Kung in such a way that a practitioner can teach their client basic practice that can be incorporated into their everyday lives...

 

 

 

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by James Schreiber

Brush aside any thoughts that massage is only a luxury splurge that has no real health benefits. To the contrary, hands-on healing helps you unwind, lowers blood pressure, promotes muscle relaxation and boosts your immune system...

 

Editor's Note: Author, James Schreiber, who suffered from Candida albicans, writes of the hidden benefits of human touch.

 

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Editor's Note from Suzanne Getz: Office Chair Massage. This video has lots of good info. in a short period of time and the speaker is great with a clear and articulate voice and even quotes research. A must see.

 

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by Brian Critchley
There are few things in the world that seem easier than receiving a massage. As massage clients, the job seems simple: lay down and relax! However, there are many things that you can do as a massage client that can turn a good massage into an amazing one. Here are five things that you can do before, during, or after your next session to get the most out of your massage investment...

 

 

 

 

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by David Lauterstein

For lower back pain, some of the most important structures we need to address are the ligaments. Of particular interest are those running “horizontally” – from the levels of S5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and L5 to the ilium at each vertebral level. The sacroiliac and iliolumbar ligaments are, in other words, running at 90° to the “vertically” organized fascia associated with the erector spinae...

 

Editor's Note: One of the best massage educators around shares one of the less known causes of back pain and how to treat it with massage.

 

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by David Pratt, LMT, BA

This is the fourth part of a series of columns about the muscles of the rotator cuff

Well, it’s been a while since I last wrote here about the old rotator cuff, and I’ve had a few requests for another installment...

 

Author's Note: "Unfreezing" a restricted shoulder can often be accomplished with the careful help of a skilled massage therapist. Do you know which of the four rotator cuff muscles is most often involved in this condition? Find out now...

 

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by Cary Bayer

People want to work with you because of the work that you do with your mind and your hands.  That much is obvious.  What’s less obvious, however, is that they also want to work with you because of the work that you’ve done on yourself emotionally and spiritually. That’s because many clients tend to see their healer as one who helps them relieve their own stress.  The last thing a client wants is a stressed-out therapist or healer...

 

Editor´s Note from David Burrows: In choosing a Massage Therapist or other Holistic Practitioner, look for a serene presentation.

 

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by Kelly Lott, LMT

Massage during pregnancy is therapeutic bodywork which focuses on the special needs of the mother-to-be as her body goes through the dramatic changes of the childbirth experience...

 

 

 

 

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by Le Mueller Kaul, LMT

If we look at medicine honestly, we see it’s based on trial and error. Even when the board-certified specialist prescribes a drug that’s been studied for decades, she won’t know how it effects one particular patient...

 

Editor´s Note: When you're a Trigger point therapist everything looks like a trigger point, but that's not always the case.

 

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The greatest advantage that a chief executive can attain is a condition of Expanded Awareness (EA). A recent Fortune magazine cover bears the image of legacy leaders whose unique vantage point and prescient insights were not only demonstrated in stellar shareholder returns, but in altering human behavior as well. These great EA visionaries created a linear innovation—a combination of things that already existed but bundled in a manner that added new value in a new way—and in the process shifted industrial patterns and consumer behavior...

 

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