Stress Reduction Massage

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ROLE OF BODY ERGONOMIC IN STRESS REDUCTION MASSAGE. ROLE OF BODY CUSHION

For a while JMS didn’t have interesting article for the Science Of Therapeutic and Stress Reduction Massage Section. We think that this article is very informative and important for therapists who practice st
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The Science of Prenatal Massage

by Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT         I believe massage therapy has a ripple effect – a radiating energy, an extension of our clients’ own healing processes, on through to the other humans within their c
Journal of Massage Science 2013 #2
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FOUR STRATEGIES FOR DEEP-TISSUE MASSAGE

by Boris Prilutsky, MA, LMT   Massage therapy has a wide range of applications from stress management to sports massage and medical massage protocols. It targets four types of soft tissue: skin, fascia, su
Journal of Massage Science 2012 #3
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CLASSICAL MASSAGE AND PERCEPTION OF COLORS

by Katarzyna Krawczyk and Piotr Tomasik, (Poland)   ABSTRACT: It is postulated that the effectiveness of classical massage can be reinforced with a simultaneous engagement of the visual analyzator. Thus, 1
Journal of Massage Science 2012 #2
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RIGHT BRAIN LEARNING – THE OPPORTUNITY FOR PROFESSIONAL MASSAGE THERAPISTS

by Eva Scherer, MD, LMT (New Zealand) Most school curricula around the world include some elements of the emotional, spiritual and social aspects of learning. Some are now considering the increasing body of kno
Journal of Massage Science 2012 #1
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ADD KINESIOLOGY INTO YOUR MASSAGE WITH KINESSAGE® MASSAGE THROUGH MOVEMENT

by Kathleen Gramzay, LMT, NCTMB Kinesiology, the study of human motion, is a vast and fascinating subject. In healthy individuals movement is effortless, and largely unconscious. We wake, sleepily make our way
Journal of Massage Science 2011 #3
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HOW MASSAGE THERAPY HEALS THE BODY. PART III: Vasodilation Mechanisms

by Ross Turchaninov, MD In the January/February and March/April 2010 issues of JMS we started a discussion of what mechanisms scientifically sound therapeutic massage uses to support general health or enh
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #3
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“HAVE YOU HAD YOUR ROCKS ON LATELY?” SCIENCE OF HOT ROCK MASSAGE

by Oleg Bouimer, LMT “Have you had your rocks on lately?” This question has been adapted by many massage therapists around the country, as a part of their marketing strategy for Hot Rocks Massage. T
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #2
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HOW MASSAGE THERAPY HEALS THE BODY. PART II: Streaming Potentials

  HOW MASSAGE THERAPY HEALS THE BODY. PART II: Streaming Potentials   by Ross Turchaninov, MD This is Part II of the article which reviews the scientific data about the healing effects of massage ther
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #1
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HOW MASSAGE THERAPY HEALS THE BODY. PART I: Piezoelectrical Phenomenon in the Soft Tissue

One of the major obstacles for the massage practitioner to build productive professional relationship with physicians and other health practitioners and establish the successful referral base, is their frequent