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30 Jul 600-Hr CMT Program is Done!

Before a student can schedule their exit interview to receive their certification, the student must complete 150 hours of Anatomy & Physiology online, 100 hours of in-class Anatomy & Physiology, 200 hours of Massage Application & Assessment along with Western & Thai, and 150 Practicum/Clinic...

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28 Jun Thai Massage vs. Swedish Massage

Thai and Swedish massage styles, though different in origin, have similar health benefits. Each massage modality can lower your heart rate, increase range of motion, relax your muscles, improve your mood and reduce anxiety.Partially due to popularity in the United States, the word massage has...

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20 May Massage For Arthritis

Arthritis is one of the leading causes of disability, reduced quality of life, and high health care costs in the U.S. If you suffer from arthritis, there is good news – massage has been shown to help reduce pain and increase mobility in those who...

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04 May Thai Muscle Balm for Tired & Achy Muscles

Here's an easy recipe for Thai muscle balm, which can be applied to relieve tired and achy muscles.Use a double boiler to create the mixture.Ingredients:180 ml extra-virgin olive oil45 g beeswax1/4 cup camphor salts30 drops of peppermint30 drops of spearmint20 drops each of cinnamon and...

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