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Swedish massage therapy (SMT) may be effective in providing significant relief from cancer-related fatigue (CRF) in breast cancer survivors, according to a study published online in Cancer. The study conducted at Emory University in Atlanta...

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A lot of you have shared your struggles with making a living pursuing your passion of massage therapy and burnout.  I don’t have any quick answers but I want to offer this: Passion is a wonderful place to start and inspires us on the good days but...

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Many of your clients may not have heard of Patchouli Oil, but they have experienced it. Patchouli Essential Oil has a dusky, musky, earthy scent, which makes it popular for adding to perfumes, soaps, incense, and essential oil blends...

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Managing your reputation online is more important than ever before. The Internet can be unforgiving and rush to judgement even before all the facts are in. That’s why you need a proactive plan in place to make sure that you are on top of what clients...

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Even with Black Friday and Cyber Monday drawing in millions of shoppers, many people still are in the midst of working through their holiday shopping lists. If you haven’t stepped up your marketing plans to capture holiday buying, there’s still...

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Embracing Change

By Angie Dubis on Nov 27, 2017

"Change is easy!" said no one, ever! Change can be incredibly difficult and often requires us to look past our current situation to where we would like to be. Planning and organizing what changes we need to make, how we need to make them, and determining...

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In the savannah regions of West and Central Africa, the people call the Karite Tree, the Tree of Life. Here in this dry, arid region, the fruit of the nut of the Karite Tree, known as Shea Butter, has been used extensively to improve skin and hair. 

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Thanksgiving is the time many take time to reflect on the things in life they are most grateful for.  But being grateful or living a more grateful life isn’t something to reserve for one day of the year. In fact being grateful and conveying that feeling to friends...

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With its fresh tangy aroma and healthful properties, orange essential oil has been popular for thousands of years. In “13 Outstanding Benefits of Orange Essential Oil,” Marnie Clark, writes that “The people of China, India, the Middle East, and...

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Every scar tells a story.  It’s important we ask about that story.  It could be from a surgery a client neglected to list, an injury that they forgot they experienced, or an actual contributor to dysfunction. In my time working in an Occupational Therapy...

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