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Richard Lane
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Sydney mobile massage therapist
Sydney mobile massage therapist

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A frequent discussion post on massage Facebook groups revolves around what to wear for a massage and the types of draping. And there can be a large cultural variability which could lead to massage recipients feeling uncomfortable if trying a massage in a different country.

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Being mobile is not for everyone as it generally involves working evenings/late nights/weekends. You have to deal with sometimes having to set up in areas that are not ideal that may be up a flight or two of stairs. Parking – becoming more and more a problem for many suburbs. And Sydney traffic – say no more. But all up being a mobile massage therapist in Sydney works for me.

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It's not hard to get a massage in Sydney these days. Within most suburbs there are multiple options with seemingly new massage clinics/spas popping up at ever increasing frequencies. However, arguably this proliferation of options may actually make it harder to find a good therapist or a therapist who is right for you.
There are significant advantages for many people from having a mobile massage.
http://www.richardlanemassage.com.au/advantages.php

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Many people who have not received a great deal of professional massage are often confused about what type of massage should they book in for.  
What Type of Massage Should I Book?
What Type of Massage Should I Book?
richardlanemassage.com.au
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Apparently you just need to do 12 exercises deploying only body weight, a chair and a wall, to essentially combine a long run and a visit to the weight room into about seven minutes of steady discomfort — all of it based on science. 
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Maybe you have had good buying experiences with Groupon/Living Social/etc but I tend to agree a lot with the sentiments in this article.
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