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Massage Therapy Treatments
Lisa De Souza

When NOT To Get a Massage

This blog covers when a massage is contraindicated: meaning it’s inappropriate for the situation and potentially unsafe to the client and the risks of massage outweighs the benefits.

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Massage Therapy Treatments
Henry Janzen

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy can treat
numerous ailments such as acute and chronic pain, tendinitis, heart burn,
headaches, sciatica, digestive issues, back pain, neck pain, swelling,
posture and more.

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Massage Therapist Performing Reiki Treatment
Massage Therapy Treatments
Kim McLellan

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese technique used for stress reduction and deep relaxation. It may also provide pain relief, promote restful sleep, and healing.

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COVID-19
Lisa De Souza

Self Care – Massage Tips

“?Using the edge of your countertop can be useful to help with the forearm muscles. This is very similar to a technique known as Graston.”

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hot-stones
Massage Therapy Treatments
Biljana Bozic

Hot Stone Massage Therapy

“The localized heat and weight of the stones warms and relaxes the muscles, allowing the massage therapist to apply deeper pressure to those areas without causing discomfort.”

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acupuncture needle treatment in a hand
Massage Therapy Treatments
Biljana Bozic

Acupuncture w/ Biljana Bozic, RMT

“Your Massage therapist will use different combinations of points to address your symptoms best. The combinations of the points can stay the same through your treatment plan or they can change according to your current condition.”

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Massage Therapy Treatments
Biljana Bozic

Cupping Offered @ Savannah Massage Therapy w/ Biljana Bozic

“The benefit of the cupping is improved local blood flow and promoting healing. They are used within the Massage Therapy scope of practice for the treatment of soft tissues and joints as an added modality in your treatment plan.”

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