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Massage Therapy & Psychotherapy combined improves your overall health and well being

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An integrative and conjoint approach Massage therapy and Psychotherapy are two different things. Massage therapy works with the body to improve a person’s quality of life while Psychotherapy works with a person’s mind to achieve the same goal. Plenty of issues can make a person look for psychotherapy and massage therapy. Issues ranging from eating disorders to sexual and physical traumas as well as countless more can all push a person onto a quest for help. It is well documented that talk therapy works but can only go a certain distance when a person’s issues involve the complete alienation of their body. Touch has been found to be an important and understated part of the process. Increase serotonin and dopamine levels Massage therapists have been observed to increase serotonin and…
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Now Hiring a Part Time Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)!

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Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) Tampa Massage Clinic is seeking a Licensed  Massage Therapist (LMT) that is enthusiastic, and loves the art of helping clients restore, relax and refresh. Reliability and professionalism is a necessity. Our office environment consists of massage therapists and licensed mental health counselors. Together we focus on healing the mind and body. Skills in working with emotional trauma, depression is a plus but not necessary. Licensed Massage Therapist Job Responsibilities: Perform deep tissues, therapeutic, relaxation massage treatments customized to each client's needs. Professional well groomed attire. Promote the health and wellness benefits to clients receiving massage therapy on a regular basis. Create excellent experience for clients through friendly and helpful attitude. Licensed Massage Therapist Job Requirements: Must adhere to state licensing laws and regulations. Must be able to…
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Massage Therapy To Relieve Back Pain And Improve Mobility

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Massage Therapy  According to a study published in The Lancet, low back pain is one of the leading causes of disability. Statista shows that 49% of the American adults are prone to back pain, an extremely worrying figure. There are several factors such as stress, obesity, poor posture, arthritis, strained muscles, sprained ligaments, and ruptured discs, which cause back pain among adults. Even simple activities where you have to pick a pen because it fell on the floor can cause back pain. Although there are several medications which make it easier to tolerate back pain, it is not a viable solution, as they come with a myriad of side effects. Instead of adding one problem to another, the best solution is to get massage therapy, as it alleviates the symptoms…
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