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  • Massage therapist applying the tapotement technique to a client
    May 3, 2023

    The Rhythmic Therapeutic Healing of Tapotement

    Tapotement is a massage technique that involves rhythmic tapping or percussive movements on the client's muscles. It is a popular technique used in Swedish massage and other forms of massage therapy. The history of tapotement dates back centuries, with evidence of similar techniques being used in ancient Chinese and Egyptian medicine.
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  • A women is partially covered by white towel during a therapeutic massage.
    February 6, 2023

    Linens and Modesty - Providing Client Comfort

    Massage therapy is inherently sensual. The therapist's trained hands understand the muscle groups and fascial tissue that can seize and cause pain to the client, and kneading these muscles with skill can provide immense relief. The client must trust the therapist and surrender to the treatment.
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  • Dog's nose protruding from cozy soft material- Keep Massage Clients Warm
    January 16, 2023

    Keeping Clients Cozy - Therapy in the Winter

    Spa robes are designed to comfortably cover the whole body, and they are manufactured with coziness in mind. They may be made from soft, absorbent terry cloth, microfiber, or waffled cotton. In each case, they provide warmth and coverage for clients before, during, or after treatments. 
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  • Female client receives facial treatment in spa setting
    January 9, 2023

    New Spa Supplies

    Most of our valued customers are Registered Massage Therapists and physiotherapists, but we also proudly serve salons and spas. These venues extend beyond the therapeutic into the realm of luxury body treatments. A visit to the spa might well involve a massage, but the client may also be treated to skin treatments, depilation, baths, and other spa supplies.
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  • Oils vs. Lotions for Dry Winter Skin
    December 28, 2022

    Oils vs. Lotions for Dry Winter Skin

    The question of whether to apply massage oil or massage lotion during treatment, is largely up to personal preference, both for the therapist and client. Massage oils may work a bit better after the client has washed, and the skin is still damp. It would help to seal in that moisture and produce glowing skin. But in terms of therapeutic treatment, lotions may have a more immediate effect treating skin that is already dry or inflamed.
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  • Female patient receiving the Ayurvedic treatment known as Shirodhara
    June 29, 2022

    Shirodhara: An Ayurvedic Healing Technique

    The word Shirodhara combines two Sanskrit words; 'Shiro' means head, and 'Dhara' means pouring. In this treatment, warm medicated oil is slowly poured onto the forehead of a person lying horizontally on their back. The oil flows into the scalp, which the practitioner gently massages.
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