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Today the am Q3 students got to see a client centered massage start to finish.

We are learning outcome based massage and fascial work this quarter and it is transforming our practice sessions.

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Massage Techniques 101

The most common massage technique is the Swedish massage, named after Pehr Henrik Ling, who published a medical style of massage movements in the 19th century that were adopted by the Americans years later. It is the basic Western-style massage based on the ideas of anatomy and physiology in which the sessions last from 50 to 90 minutes. Techniques can be slow and gentle or strong and invigorating and may include all of the most common techniques of movement along the body. Proper mechanics for the Big 3 Swedish massage strokes...

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March Madness Sports Massage Therapy

With “March Madness” upon us and with the National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament kicking into high gear, there is bound to be a few twists and turns expected along the way! Along with performance, there is a lot of pressure on the athletes to bring their A-game in every tournament and although they are coming prepared mentally, their bodies are certainly not made of steel and they may experience athletic injuries such as:   Hamstring Strains: These are tendon or muscle injuries that affect the three muscles behind the knee...

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16 Common Reasons For Massage Therapy

There are many reasons to get a massage. Read on to discover 16 common reasons for massage therapy. A licensed massage therapist can help you improve your overall well-being and help you to maintain top physical and mental status. The benefits of massage therapy on the body, mind, and spirit are unlimited. Massage is a wonderful experience not only to use as an occasional treat, but also as an overall healthy lifestyle that supports self-care and general wellness. Those who suffer from various medical conditions use massage as an alternative...

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Tis The Season For Massage Therapy

Tis The Season For Massage Therapy

The holiday season is a superb time for massage therapy. People share festivities and traditions with family and friends. You seek out long lost friends, as well as, hark back to the memorable times that you have spent together. Anywhere you look, you see the magnificent holiday decorations on display. The world tends to be in a fine mood and cheerful greetings are somehow exchanged with complete strangers. The whole thing seems to be in a right and perfect place, you think in the back of your mind, “why can’t...

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Applied Anatomy & Physiology For Manual Therapists: Book Talk

Two of Discoverypoint’s founders and teachers co-authored the book Applied Anatomy & Physiology for Manual Therapists, which has since become a widely-taught and important resource for massage education. Our own coursework at Discoverypoint uses this text. Here’s a conversation with authors Patricia Archer and Lisa Nelson about their book. What inspired you to write the book? Lisa (joking): Pat made me do it. Pat: Well, actually, we’d been teaching together for a long time at the Brenneke School of Massage, and we’d both been teaching different anatomy and physiology classes, and we’d found...

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