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Massage, Energy, & Body Work

Is Your Immune System Ready For The Winter Bug Season?

We offer 2 aroma therapy treatments using highly therapeutic essential oils designed to boost the immune system. Raindrop therapy is a fabulous massage technique using 9 highly therapeutic essential oils. The oils used are two blends Valor and Aroma Seiz, plus wintergreen, basil, peppermint, cypress, thyme, oregano and marjoram. The Aroma Touch technique uses 8 therapeutic essential oils. In both techniques, the selected oils are mindfully layered on the body with specific focus on the feet, lower legs, neck and back. These areas of the body have the most large oxygen receptors on the body making it so that the oil application will reach the blood stream within 5 minutes. Because Essential oils have cleaning properties, and because they can travel into the cells...

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Five Techniques For Reducing Stress & Increasing Happiness

Republished From Kathryn Roethel at SFGate Here are five techniques for reducing stress and increasing happiness. Keep a daily gratitude journal, listing items for which you feel grateful. Perform a meditation practice, or simply a few minutes of deep breathing and quiet reflection on something that made you happy. Consider what you can do to achieve that happiness again. Make a habit of sharing the highlights of your day with someone close to you. Practice forgiveness routinely. Construct a list of all activities and experiences that relax and rejuvenate you. Use items from this list to manage your daily stress. Read the full article We at BlissBlissBliss of course would offer that getting some bodywork (massage, yoga, thai yoga) can assist you in finding the space to...

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How Massage Heals Sore Muscles

By Nicholas Bakalar for the New York Times A massage after vigorous exercise unquestionably feels good, and it seems to reduce pain and help muscles recover. Many people — both athletes and health professionals – have long contended it eases inflammation, improves blood flow and reduces muscle tightness. But until now no one has understood why massage has this apparently beneficial effect. Now researchers have found what happens to muscles when a masseur goes to work on them. Their experiment required having people exercise to exhaustion and undergo five incisions in their legs in order to obtain muscle tissue for analysis. Despite the hurdles, the scientists still managed to find 11 brave young male volunteers. The study was published in the Feb. 1...

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