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Baby Boomers Combat Aging with Bodywork According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, preventing disease and injury is critical to reducing the expected growth of health-care costs headed our way, as more than 70 million U.S. baby boomers cross the 60-year-old threshold. Moreover, disease prevention is critical to, well, your health!Whether you’re Continue reading

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Tarzana Massage Therapist Ani Papazyan, BS, LMT, CN was recognized by the Science of Massage Institute and Journal of Massage Science for outstanding work in the area of Massage Therapy. She was featured as “Case of the Month” for her groundbreaking work in a particular case involving massage therapy for a breast cancer survivor after a Radical Mastectomy. Continue reading

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Massage Offers Excellent Return on Investment “Invest for the long term” is great financial advice, but it’s also great healthcare advice. Never is investing for the long term more important than when you are making day-to-day decisions about your health. There are short-term gains from taking care of your health, to be sure, but the Continue reading

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Footprints for Health You walk on them all day, but did you know your feet do more than carry you from one place to the next? They also have a unique connection to balanced health and well-being. In a form of bodywork known as reflexology, the feet are said to contain reflex areas that mirror Continue reading

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By Angela England and Linda Bertaut Nature heals in many ways. Most of us have felt the sense of renewal that comes from walking through a garden filled with fragrant flowers, or sitting under a massive tree, shaded from the burning rays of the sun. Indigenous peoples worldwide believe that each plant has a spirit Continue reading

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Easing Nausea, Joint Pain, and Allergies This pungent spice is found in cuisine around the globe, but ginger has also been used for more than 2,500 years for its medicinal properties. The ancient Chinese knew that it aided in the absorption of many herbal preparations and they prescribed it extensively as a digestive tonic. A Continue reading