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Helping people have work they love since 1979!
Helping people have work they love since 1979!

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Considering a career in massage therapy? These reasons may seal the deal! #Massagetherapy
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Mudras: The Healing Power in your Hands
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Stretching: How to Stretch the Hamstrings #exercising #fitness
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Almost everyone who has ever exercised has experienced what is known as Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS), or sometimes referred to as ‘muscle fever’. Massage is great at alleviating the symptoms of DOMS post exercise.With exercise, also comes muscle tightness, adhesions, and decreased range of motion. Massage will help to restore function to these tissues and keep you feeling flexible in order to reduce the risk of injury as you get back into your training.
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Yes You Should!
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The skin is an ever-changing organ that contains many specialized cells and structures via @anatomyinmotion

More Here: http://abt.cm/1mQAW6F

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20 Secrets Massage Therapists Know About Your Body
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Median Nerve Entrapment by Medscape

The median nerve can be compressed at many points along its course to the wrist. Depending on the site of compression and the symptoms, the syndrome is known by various names. The most well-known and frequent form of median nerve entrapment is known as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Provided in this article is a brief overview of the disorder, relevant anatomy, pathophysiology, and management.

The median nerve, colloquially known as the "eye of the hand," is one of the 3 major nerves of the forearm and hand. It courses from the brachial plexus in the axilla to innervate the intrinsic muscles of the hand. Via @anatomyinmotion

More here: http://bit.ly/1lFg5Ds
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Creative business card design for a massage therapist!
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