Dianne Sawyer The Conversation: The Power of Touch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx2wFhjb9Oo It might be as simple as a pat on the back. Or a supportive touch on the arm. These gestures may seem small, but research shows more and more that touch is a powerful way to communicate emotion. Diane Sawyer chats with Dr. Matthew Hertenstein about what it means to touch. In one study, […]

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Benefits of Quick Massage

Massage doesn’t have to be full 60 minutes on the massage table. Here’s an example of the benefits of quick massage. Imagine what five minutes of quality massage can do for you and your partner. Seated Massage A Time to Sit Up Straight and Relax – By Mary Kathleen Rose Wow!” Linda said as she […]

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Ten Tips to Get the Most From Your Massage

Be as receptive and open to the massage process as possible. Don’t eat just before a massage session.  Let your body digest your meal first. Be on time. If you arrive in a frenzied, rushed state, it may take longer to relax. Take off only as much clothing as you are comfortable removing.  If you […]

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GB 21 – Acupressure point for shoulder and inducing labor

GB 21 is one of several acupressure points that induce labor. (If you want quicker result in inducing labor, I highly recommend acupuncture.) GB stands for Gall Bladder, one of the meridians used in Chinese medicine theory. Here’s a detailed video tutorial on how to find it. It’s right on the shoulder where people carry […]

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Calcium Lactate + Milk for Muscle Pain

Do you have times when you work out too much and suffer from muscle pain the next day? If you don’t want to suffer through the muscle pain, here is the solution: take Calcium Lactate with milk. I learned this from a former tennis pro. (Thank you Ken!) I don’t know the science behind it […]

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