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Synonyms for massage

Synonyms for massage

kneading and rubbing parts of the body to increase circulation and promote relaxation

manually manipulate (someone's body), usually for medicinal or relaxation purposes

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give a massage to

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Enter Alaska's corporate massage therapists. They come periodically to a workplace and, in the course of a few hours, offer therapeutic and restorative massage to a few dozen employees.
* Inform your massage therapist about your medical history (including any medications you take), and any pain you experience.
Susan Kent has qualified as a top sports massage therapist
* Quality assurance is supported through MNZ membership or higher level qualifications--ask for the credentials of a massage therapist.
Another option is to locate a massage therapist on the Web sites for the American Massage Therapy Association, www.amtamassage.org, or the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, www.abmp.com.
The researchers in this study randomly chose participants to receive massages from trained massage therapists. They had a massage two days a week for four months.
Massage therapists may work in hospitals or nursing homes, or in private offices, studios, fitness centers or sports medicine facilities.
The role of a sports massage therapist is to locate and work on minor aggravations, in many cases, trouble spots you didn't even know you had.
It's a particularly good treatment for acute injuries because it goes past the skin, getting in deeper than a massage therapist can, yet without the physical manipulation that can sometimes be too invasive.
Greg Spindler is a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in Structural Energetic Therapy (SET) and SET instruction.
Returning to her roots and starting a business in Timmins has proven to be a successful move for 29-year-old Melanie Brousseau, registered massage therapist.
Finding a qualified massage therapist is important, especially important in Montana because the State does not regulate massage therapy as a profession.
When the bank building's resident massage therapist moved out, French and Yarbrough moved in.
Weaverville, NC Winter Massage therapist certification program: 11-29-2004 to 05-27-2005 Days-Monday and Tuesday 8am-5pm.
They make an appointment with the massage therapist and use a private room set up for massage treatments.