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Reasons to give baby massage a go!

According to the International Association of Infant Massage, there is both research and anecdotal evidence from families which shows that there are many ways that babies and parents may benefit from baby massage.

Relaxation and constipation

The relaxation benefits are well known – from assisting with sleep patterns, increased flexibility and muscle tone to calming and reduction of stress, but what may be lesser known is that massage may assist in the relief of gas and colic, constipation, growing pains, teething and muscular cramps.

System stimulation

Infant massage may also stimulate baby’s circulatory and digestive systems, hormonal and immune systems, coordination and balance, learning and concentration, muscular development and growth and even their mind and body awareness, so you may find it an important part of maintaining your baby’s total wellbeing.

Communication and confidence

In addition to the physical benefits for the baby, interaction between parent and child during massage may promote bonding and secure attachment, verbal/non-verbal communication, development of trust and confidence, and feelings of love and being valued, for both parties! This can be a particularly special time for dads that are away at work all day or an intimate “time-out” for first-time mums struggling to adjust to the huge demands of 24/7 parenting.

How to choose a massage oil, what to look for

Your midwife, maternal health nurse or medical professional can advise you on the best oil to use for your baby but definitely avoid using oils which are meant for adult use or adult massage, they are not suitable for babies. Choose an oil which is free from petrochemicals, mineral oil, and artificial fragrances or heavy scents. A natural edible plant-based oil, as recommended by the Infant Massage Association, is best.

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Hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy that involves the use of smooth, flat, heated stones that are placed on specific points on your body. Massage therapists may also hold the stones during the massage to apply heat.

The localized heat and weight of the stones are said to improve circulation and warm tense muscles, allowing the massage therapist to apply deeper pressure.

How Does Hot Stone Massage Differ From Other Types of Massage?
The hallmark of hot stone massage is the use of the heated stones.

Basalt river rocks are typically used because they have become smooth over time from the river's current and retain heat.

To prepare for the treatment, the therapist heats the stones in a professional massage stone heater until they are within a precise temperature range (typically between 110 and 130 degrees Fahrenheit). He or she places the stones on specific points on the back. While the points may vary depending on areas of muscle tension and the client's health history, they are generally placed along both sides of the spine, in the palms of the hand, on the legs, or between the toes.

While many therapists use anatomy to guide the placement of the stones, some massage therapists will also place stones on points thought to energetically balance the mind and body.

The use of hot stones for healing dates back to when Native Americans warmed stones by fire and applied them to skin to ease muscle aches and pains.

Modern hot stone therapy is generally credited to Arizona massage therapist Mary Nelson, who developed LaStone Therapy, a hot stone technique integrated with therapeutic massage.

Hot stone massage has continued to evolve, with many massage therapists and spas offering their own versions of the massage.

The Benefits of Hot Stone Massage
Some people find the warmth of the hot stones to be comforting and deeply relaxing.

Hot stone massage is suited to people who tend to feel chilly. It's also suited for people who have muscle tension but prefer a lighter massage. The heat relaxes muscles, allowing the therapist to work the muscles using lighter pressure.

Although there's a lack of research on the benefits of hot stone massage, the therapy is often used for the same conditions as a classic massage:

Is It Painful?
The hot stones are smooth and typically several inches long. The stones are warmed using an electric massage stone heater so that the temperature can be controlled. If the stones are too hot or uncomfortable, be sure to let the massage therapist know immediately.

What to Expect During a Hot Stone Massage
A hot stone massage may begin with classic massage techniques to prepare the body's muscle tissue. The therapist will place a sheet or towel over you before placing the two rows of warm stones on your back. Stones may also be placed on your stomach, palms, feet, toes, chest, and face.

Warm stones may also be placed on your legs, abdomen, between your toes, in the palms of your hands, or on your forehead.

After the stones are placed on your body, it may take a few minutes for the heat to penetrate the sheet or towel so you can discern whether the stones are too hot.

The therapist applies massage oil to the body. Holding the stones in the palms, the therapist uses gliding movements to move the stones along the muscles with added pressure and heat. He or she will also use classic massage movements on the back, legs, neck, and shoulders while the stones are in place or after they have been removed.

The length of a typical hot stone massage is between 60 and 90 minutes.

Who Shouldn't Get a Hot Stone Massage
While hot stone massage is generally considered safe when performed by a trained and licensed massage therapist, it's not right for everyone.

Consult your doctor if you have a medical condition, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, varicose veins, migraines, autoimmune disease, decreased pain sensitivity, cancer, autoimmune disease, epilepsy, tumors, or metal implants, or are on medication that thins the blood.

Also check with your doctor if you have had recent surgery or have recent wounds or areas of weakened or inflamed skin.

Pregnant women and children should avoid hot stone massage.

To prevent burns, a professional massage stone heater should be used (microwaves, ovens, hot plates, and slow cookers should never be used). There should always use a sheet, towel, or clothing between your skin and any hot stones that are placed on your skin.

Final Thoughts
Whether you're trying massage for the first time or are already a fan and interested in trying something new, talk with your massage therapist (and healthcare provider) about whether hot stone massage is appropriate. While many people find the warmth deeply relaxing and beneficial for the mind, body, and spirit, you also want to make sure that it's right type of bodywork for you—especially if you have a health condition or injury.

[12/14/17]   How Can Massage Help My Health and Wellbeing?

Generally, people use massage for either general relaxation and wellbeing, or to address a specific complaint, such as pain or limited range of motion. Research suggests massage therapy may contribute to both goals.

Some of the general benefits of massage therapy may include:

Physical relaxation
Improved circulation, which nourishes cells and improves waste elimination
Relief for tight muscles (knots) and other aches and pains
Release of nerve compression (carpel tunnel, sciatica)
Greater flexibility and range of motion
Enhanced energy and vitality
Some clinical styles may help heal scar tissue as well as tendon, ligament, and muscle tears

12 Secrets Your Massage Therapist Isn’t Telling You

To outsiders stuck in a cubicle all day, massage therapy seems like an ideal career — spending time in beautiful surroundings listening to gentle music and soothing clients’ cares away. What lies behind the welcoming smiles of your favorite massage therapist? Read on as I reveal a dozen secrets of massage therapists!
The industry has changed in the last five years, especially in California. Before the law changed in 2015, massage therapists could practice with only 250 hours of classroom instruction. Now, a licensed or certified therapist in California must have 500 hours of classroom experience, and many college programs require students to complete 1,000 hours. If you have been disappointed with a massage in the past, give massage another try.
If you’re not careful, you could get massaged by an unlicensed practitioner. Most clients find a massage therapist through word of mouth. The problem? If your ‘therapist’ charges a low price, takes only cash and/or doesn’t have a website, he or she may not be an actual massage therapist! The downside? If your therapist does not carry liability insurance, how much money will you be able to collect to pay medical bills in the event of an injury?
Massage therapists don’t care about your hairy legs, but they do care about that mole on your back. I have successfully massaged plenty of clients with leg hair. Ask your massage therapist to point out any moles or skin lesions that look concerning and follow up with your doctor. It’s easier than trying to look in the mirror!
The sleep fairy may do more for you than a massage. Lack of sleep has a negative effect on your body, possibly contributing to the tension that makes shoulders and backs so sore. Change the way you sleep, including sleep posture, banishing tech devices from the bedroom and sleeping 7–8 hours a night and see the difference it makes in your body.
We want to save the world. For many massage therapists, the dream that enticed them to enroll in massage school was a vision of being able to help others with the gift of massage. The difficulty is being able to give massage to those who need it but cannot afford it while keeping our own bills paid.
We work for tips. Too many massage therapists are paid a wage that does not cover their monthly bills. We use our tips to put food on the table and pay for our own sorely needed massages.
Yes, we have favorite clients. There are more than a few client names that bring a smile to my face when I see them on my schedule. Surprisingly, they are not all just big tippers. Massage therapists have to work in other people’s energy for a living. Getting to spend an hour helping someone with positive energy is a potent way to prevent burnout.
We cannot remember everything. Busy massage therapists will have seen dozens of clients between today’s appointment and the last time they saw you. If you like a particular stroke, I’ll do my best to note it on your chart, but please also remind me so I can be sure to do it again!
If you don’t say something, I often don’t know where it hurts! If the pain point of your muscle doesn’t feel different than the surrounding tissue, often don’t know if I am hitting a sore spot. If you want your therapist to stay on a trigger point, speak up!
You may have strong feelings on the massage table. Relaxation is the only feeling many people have a massage, but other emotions, from sadness to fear, emerge, especially during deep tissue work.
Some of us stare off into the distance. When therapists work with their hands, eyes become temporarily unnecessary. When I am feeling for changes in the tissue, I tend to stare blankly at the wall, letting my brain focus on touch instead of sight. We’re not daydreaming, we’re in a state of deep concentration.
My massage training wasn’t just in the college classroom. I have learned some of my best strokes from Youtube massage therapists like Massage Sloth, Massage Nerd, and Rebel Massage. Massage Therapists — let me know your favorite Youtube massage tutorials!

MASSAGE BENEFIT: POOP EASIER
All backed up in the bathroom? Massage might help people who suffer from constipation, according to research published in the International Journal of Nursing Studies.

Researchers broke up 60 people with constipation into two groups—one received laxatives along with abdominal massage, while the others were given only laxatives. After eight weeks, the people in the massage group reported less severe gastrointestinal symptoms and less abdominal pain that the laxative-only group. They also pooped more frequently, too.

FIGHT OFF SICKNESS
The feel-good effects of a massage may extend deep into your body. People who received Swedish massage showed changes in their immune system responses after the sessions, according to a study out of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

In particular, they experienced a boost in the number of circulating lymphocytes, white blood cells that help fight infection.

EASE BACK PAIN
Chronic low back pain is notoriously hard to treat—and according to new guidelines, you shouldn’t reach for the pills for relief, either, as we reported.

But massage may be a drug-free way to feel better fast. About 50 percent people with chronic low back pain who were given 10 sessions of massage therapy experienced clinically significant improvements in their pain, a study in Pain Medicine found. And the effects were sustained—75 percent who experienced improvements after 12 weeks still showed the benefits at the 24-week mark. (Here are 7 more ways you can knock out back pain without a pill.)

SLEEP SOUNDLY
People who suffer from back pain tend to have problems sleeping. But massage therapy might help fix that, too.

In University of Miami School of Medicine study of 30 adults with chronic low back pain, those who started 30-minute long massage sessions twice a week for five weeks noted a significant reduction in sleep disturbances, meaning less awakening during the night or trouble falling asleep. Since the massage also reduced the pain, it’s possible that less aches means higher-quality shuteye, the researchers believe.

END EXERCISE SORENESS
If a tough workout has you limping, the answer might be on the massage table: People with trap soreness after a hard workout experienced a reduction in soreness intensity after a 10-minute massage of the affected muscle, according to a study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

BOOST YOUR MOOD
It’s not just your imagination—you really do feel better after a massage. And those benefits might extend to people who suffer from depression, too.

After analyzing 17 studies, researchers from Taiwan concluded that massage therapy sessions significantly reduce their depressive symptoms. Still, more controlled studies are needed to nail down which massage therapy protocols are most effective, the researchers say.
EASE ANXIETY
People with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) may benefit from a massage, too, a new study from Emory University discovered.

After six weeks of Swedish massage therapy, patients with GAD experienced a significant reductions in scores on the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale, which measures feelings of worries, tension, fears, insomnia, dry mouth, and restlessness

LOWER YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
You don’t just feel chilled out after a massage—your blood pressure might take a dip, too, according to a study from Iran.

Women with prehypertension who received Swedish massage for 10 to 15 minutes three times a week saw a 12 mm Hg drop in their systolic blood pressure after their sessions. And the BP-lowering effect remained for 72 hours after the massage.

[10/10/17]   Benefits of massage

Massage is generally considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations.

Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension.

While more research is needed to confirm the benefits of massage, some studies have found massage may also be helpful for:

Anxiety
Digestive disorders
Fibromyalgia
Headaches
Insomnia related to stress
Myofascial pain syndrome
Soft tissue strains or injuries
Sports injuries
Temporomandibular joint pain
Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, some people enjoy massage because it often produces feelings of caring, comfort, and connection.

Despite its benefits, massage isn't meant as a replacement for regular medical care. Let your doctor know you're trying massage and be sure to follow any standard treatment plans you have.

Risks of massage

Most people can benefit from massage. However, massage may not be appropriate if you have:

Bleeding disorders or take blood-thinning medication
Burns or healing wounds
Deep vein thrombosis
Fractures
Severe osteoporosis
Severe thrombocytopenia
Discuss the pros and cons of massage with your doctor, especially if you are pregnant or you have cancer or unexplained pain.

Some forms of massage can leave you feeling a bit sore the next day. But massage shouldn't ordinarily be painful or uncomfortable. If any part of your massage doesn't feel right or is painful, speak up right away. Most serious problems come from too much pressure during massage.

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