Top Tips For Getting A Facial Waxing Service

3 December 2019
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Looking your best will allow you to feel more confident. There are many ways you can do this, but taking care of your face should be at the top of your list. It may be necessary to schedule a facial waxing process. This will eliminate all your facial hair and allow you to look much more polished. However, there are certain tips you'll want to use for optimal results. 1. Exfoliate Read More 

Do These Three Things Before Your Next Massage

30 August 2019
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Massages can serve many different functions. A massage can be a way to pamper yourself while luxuriating in a spa-like environment. It can also be a necessary tool for managing pain and injury. Everyone can benefit from a massage, but not everyone has had the opportunity to try it. In order to get the most out of your massage, you should do these three things before it begins. Show up ahead of time. Read More 

Have You Decided To Go To Therapeutic Massage School?

22 June 2019
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Did you go to college and get a degree that now holds no interest for you? For example, maybe you got your teaching certification, and after teaching for even just a year, you decided that wasn't for you. Or, it might be that when you graduated from high school you knew that you'd never go to college. No matter the background scenario, you also probably feel like you need a career that will satisfy you and that will bring in the money you need to live on. Read More 

How Can Massage Therapy Help Reduce Frozen Shoulder Pain And Increase Your Range Of Motion?

24 May 2019
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Frozen shoulder (also called adhesive capsulitis) is a debilitating condition that can make it completely impossible to raise the affected arm. In frozen shoulder, the connective tissue in the shoulder capsule connecting your humerus to your scapula becomes inflamed and begins to form scar tissue. The scar tissue adheres to itself, which is why the medical term for frozen shoulder is adhesive capsulitis. The adhesions in the shoulder capsule block your arm from going through its full range of movement, severely limiting your ability to use that arm for daily tasks. Read More