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Stimulate Motor Development in Children Using Massage

Massage Therapist, Pediatric Massage Therapist
Pediatric Massage to Stimulate Motor Development  Evidence tells us that the right massage techniques are extremely invigorating for the body and even the mind. The human tendency of touch is a natural way to show someone kindness, love, and affection. Using touch as a medium to help stimulate motor development in children works rather well. The point, of course, is that you need to connect with a licensed massage therapist who will get to the root cause of the problem. When they are able to analyze the cause, erasing the tension and buildup of a non-stimulating force in the body that impairs the natural motor development is slowly removed. Click Here to Join Our Mailing List to Find Out the Next Pediatric Massage Class for Parents & Care Givers Massage Therapy…
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Stress and Anxiety Treatment for Children Using Massage

Massage Therapist, Pediatric Massage Therapist
Pediatric Massage to Treat Stress and Anxiety  Haven’t we all felt stress or anxiety at one time or another?  Whether due to an upcoming exam, an impending move or even just being in an unfamiliar situation, stress can occur.  As an adult, these stressors are easier to understand and manage, however, imagine if you are a child trying to understand these situations. Talking about a problem with an objective source can work wonders as compared to talking things out with someone subjective. Unfortunately, even after talking things out, people are not relieved of the issue and some even feel the stress levels remaining static. Children are not spared of this cycle and some end up at the receiving end of critical analysis both in school and outside the safe confines…
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What is a Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) Massage Therapy?

Massage Therapist
Lymphatic Massage The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. The primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body. A customized form of bodywork, lymphatic massage may help the lymph system do its job better. By understanding the anatomy and function of this delicate system, your massage therapist can assist your body in clearing sluggish tissues of waste and swelling. Though lymph vessels are found throughout the body, most of them--about 70 percent--are located just below the skin. These fragile vessels work to pick up fluids between the cell spaces when gentle pressure is applied to them from increased fluid build-up, muscle contractions, or…
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