Category Pet Stone Massage
Greetings Fellow Massage Therapists and Healing Enthusiasts,
The words we speak carry tremendous meaning, often more significant than we may even be aware of. Let us delve into the origin and meaning of the word “massage.”
According to one Etymology dictionary, the English word massage is derived from the French word massage, meaning “friction or kneading.” The French may have borrowed the word massage from colonial India, where the Portuguese used the word amasser, or “to knead” from the Latin word massa, meaning “mass, dough.” It also may derive from the Arabic word massa, meaning "to touch, feel, handle;"
Remember that you are a member of a select group of healers, who have been touching lives across the world since theRead More
It may sound like a New Age fad, but stone and crystal healing has been part of Eastern science, including Traditional Chinese Medicine, for more than 5,000 years. Practitioners believe that by wearing a particular stone or enjoying a stone massage, our bodies (and those of our animals) can enjoy specific healing benefits.
How does Crystal Healing Work?
You’re probably wondering how a stone or crystal can possibly have any healing properties. The body’s cells transmit electrical signals that travel along nerves, carrying information to and from the brain and other organs. These signals tell the brain what the eyes see, what the ears hear and what the body feels. The brain returns these signals to their origin to dictate every move and response the body makes. Since the body is full ofRead More
April 7, 2011 Pet Stone Massage
Pet Stone Massage
He needed that stone massage
Have you ever sat with your dog in your lap, and instinctually knew that something was bothering your pet? And, wished that there was something that you could do, right then and there, to help it?
As one of the early pioneers of the health and wellness industry for both pets and their people, I am delighted to be able to offer you a way to obtain accurate and practical information to help your pet. This information is the culmination of my research and practical application of safe and effective methodologies of integrated health, where I, as a continuing education provider, have combined conventional treatments and holistic care.
Though these treatments were once considered to be in the realm of obscure alternative healthRead More