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Scalp Massage

Category: Healing Touch
Posted: 2007-06-29 13:21

"I love it when you run your fingers through my hair...."

While this is not something you'll hear a gal tell her beau after leaving the hair salon and all primped for a big party, it IS something that feels good to everyone one of us!

Not just reserved for "man's best friend", there is nothing like someone massaging your head which spends, for most of us, 24/7 covered from immediate contact of air and touch.

Beyond the relaxation and pleasure factors, scalp massage offers significant benefits to your whole body - from the OutsideIN.

The massaging of your head stimulates the blood circulation, which in return helps your hair, brain, and general wellbeing

if we want to take care of our hair it is very necessary that it is given proper treatment which would mean a massage with a beneficial oils - regardless of your hair type. Detergents and surfactants force your scalp into an un-natural "oil over-production" cycle that can be controlled.

Popular and very beneficial oils which are being used for beautiful hair with indefinite good qualities include castor oil. Natural hot oil treatments nourish your scalp and lipids while facilitating a tissue massage of the scalp itself.

Many of us have a hectic schedule making oiling and massage a low priority. If you want healthy, shinny hair, oiling combined with scalp massage is the best remedy. You can also use a steamed towel to cover your hair for half an hour for best results.

Ask your massage therapist to include a natural hot oil treatment with a scalp massage or give it a try on your own!

Back Talk !

Category: Back Pain & Heat Therapy
Posted: 2007-06-27 22:38

I came upon this website
recently. For those of you with back issues this has both preventative and care information.

Our backs along with our abdominal muscles support our entire structure. It is important to give a little attention to your abdominal mucles. Although a "six-pack" ripple of abs looks good on the beach, we require far less conditioning to help our backs carry the load called "us".

When we sit and stand tall our internal organs have place to sit where they function best rather than find themselves squished due to poor posture.

Working and playing safe - Back Safe - is a great way to help you have a better quality of life.
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