Stress Reduction Massage

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
60 Variations of 7 Basic Techniques Journal of Massage Science 2009 #6
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Body Mechanics

by Ross Turchaninov, MD and S. Ryason, LMT Massage therapy is an incredible profession. It is a great way to help people on many different levels, from stress reduction to addressing various medical conditions.
60 Variations of 7 Basic Techniques Journal of Massage Science 2009 #4
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Speed of Massage Strokes

by S. Ryason, LMT The topic of this article seems very trivial, but in our profession the important subject of the speed of massage strokes is very frequently misunderstood and even disregarded. The massage pra
Journal of Massage Science 2009 #2
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How to Build your Massage Practice through Working with Physicians: Successful Marketing using Massage Science

by Ross Turchaninov, MD and Clete Preuss In every issue of our journal, we will equip you with important tools to build and enliven your practice. For the massage practitioner especially in the current harsh ec
Journal of Massage Science 2009 #2
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Face Up or Face Down?

FACE UP OR FACE DOWN? by O. Bouimer, LMT and John Antonopoulos, LMT The stress-reduction potential of massage therapy is one of the greatest tools of preventive medicine. Despite its obvious simplicity, the exe
Journal of Massage Science 2009 #1 Science of Therapeutic and Stress Reducing Massage
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The Phenomenon Of Adaptation

Dear reader, This part of our journal dedicated to the science of stress-reduction and therapeutic massage. Our authors will share with you the precious scientific information accumulated by the Western school
60 Variations of 7 Basic Techniques Journal of Massage Science 2009 #1 Science of Therapeutic and Stress Reducing Massage
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Friction-Kneading (FK)

  by Dr. Ross Turchaninov, MD   The phenomenon of adaptation is one of the practitioner’s greatest hindrances to building a successful massage practice when working within the boundaries of stre