Tag: massage

Chavutti – The Dancing Massage

Chavutti Thirumal or “Indian rope massage” is a highly enjoyable and deeply relaxing treatment involving ropes, oils, feet… and the longest therapeutical body sweeps any form of massage can offer. Developed by Warriors and Practiced by Healers This healing technique was originally developed hundreds of years ago in Kerala, Southern India, by the Kalari warriors. Read More

Stress

The effects of stress in the modern world are well documented. But what is 'stress'? How does it affect the body? And what can massage and bodywork do to help put us back into balance? Stress is a word derived from the Latin word stringere, meaning to draw tight, and was used in the 17th century Read More

Parent and Children’s Therapies

ABCDHNPS A - Antenatal Teaching to Art Therapy B - Baby and Prenatal Massage to Baby Yoga C - Child Yoga D - Doula H - Hypnobirthing M - Midwifery N - Nappy Advisory Consulting P - Parent and Child Facilitator to Pregnancy Yoga S - Sling Library A Art Therapy A form of psychotherapy that Read More

Massage Therapies

ABCDEFHIKLMNRSTV A - Antaneea Masage to Auyrveda Massage B - Body Harmony to Biodynamic Massage C - Cellulite Massage to Craniosacral Therapy D - Daoyin Tao to Deep Tissue Massage E - Esalen Massage F - Four Hand Tandem Massage H - Hellerwork to Hydrotherm Massage I - Indian Head Massage K - Kahuna Bodywork to Ka-Tone Deep Read More

Metatron’s Message

“Mankind is in a time of deep vibrational transformation and divine alignment. Some are consciously aware; others are still in slumber. The human vessel is in the midst of the divine light evolutionary process. You feel this as vibration within your human form/body/vessel. The light of the One (source) frequency works within and around you Read More

Baby Massage – A Brief How-To Guide

Why should a new parent massage their baby and what are the benefits of Baby Massage?  There are so many benefits of Baby Massage. It is a traditional practice to: increase bonding and attachment between parents and their babies, to stimulate the babies bodies, body awareness and language development, to provide relief of things like growing Read More

Complementary Therapies for Animals

I qualified as a canine remedial massage therapist over 3 years ago and in that time I’ve seen the demand for complementary animal therapies grow considerably, particularly in the dog world. Next to humans, horses have been the biggest recipients of complementary therapies for many years. Horse owners and riders have understood the need to Read More

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