Evidence for Benefits of Spa Massage

8 thoughts on “Evidence for Benefits of Spa Massage

  1. Pingback: Evidence for Benefits of Spa Massage | Spaster — Living Well, Spa life

  2. Milana

    I was so excited to read about this research. I have included the findings in my educational presentations, and recommended that spa marketers incorporate correlation between wellness and happiness in their marketing messages.
    I bet that any treatment, even a facial or pedicure has a similar biological effect in different degrees. I am so glad you are spreading the word.

  3. Areya

    If people that ran spas took a real interest in their professional staff (massage therapists) they would already know this information. Too often the therapists in spas are only seen as a resource to be used, and not a resource to take care of and respect. Too many spas try to fit therapists into a cookie cutter mold, making them all do the same massage…LOL…like that will ever come to be. Their knowledge of muscle anatomy and physiology is quite extensive, yet this knowledge is overlooked. If you want to know more, follow my blog at Spa Blister.

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  6. AJ @ CItra Spa

    I have included this research in my thesis report. I am grateful that you shared this in your blog. Now I can have additional information to support my report.

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