Author Archives: Chair Massage
As more corporations begin to downsize, workplace stress is at an all time high. Workers are increasingly worried about their job stability and employees are shouldering the burden of heavier workloads as staff numbers decrease. Many employees are even reluctant … Continue reading
The knee is a complex arrangement of muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and bones that becomes more vulnerable to injury as we age. Chronic knee pain can be caused by a number of factors and can have a negative effect on … Continue reading
It is the beginning of a new year, which can be an energizing yet worrisome time. Like a blast of cold wind, the month of January brings to our attention the possibility of new opportunities and causes us to reflect … Continue reading
Nintendo has unveiled a unique campaign this holiday season by opening gaming ‘spas’ at several malls throughout the country. The goal is to give customers a brief respite from the mental fatigue and aching muscles caused by frenetic shopping by … Continue reading
An increasing number of pediatric health care practitioners are incorporating massage to compliment treatment as well as to provide comfort to ill children. The Touch Research Institute has studied the role that pediatric massage can play in the improvement of … Continue reading
Illinois High School Offers Chair Massage and Training to Students and Faculty During National Education Week
For the past four years, high school students and faculty members in Benton, Illinois have been treated to chair massages as part of National Education Week.
Massage combined with aromatherapy can have a significant impact on stress, anxiety and the immune system. Several recent studies have explored whether combining aromatherapy with therapeutic massage can increase the benefits that each have been shown to provide on their … Continue reading
One of the best-known benefits of massage therapy is its ability to enhance feelings of well-being and studies show promise in aiding those diagnosed with depression.
Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the body’s ability to use sugar. The American Diabetes Association estimates that 24 million Americans are presently suffering from diabetes. Although treatments are available, diabetes is still a leading cause of death in … Continue reading
It’s back to school time, and this year thousands of students will be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, commonly referred to as ADHD.