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Thereís a parallel here to people living with Alzheimerís disease (AD), massage and Daffodils. It appears that emotions may outlast the memory of the event that triggered the emotion, according to a 2010 study conducted by Justin Feinstein reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States. In other words, if a person with AD has a happy experience, say from a family visit (or a massage!) he will continue to feel happy for a period of time even though he quickly forgets the actual visit.
Please allow me to wax a bit poetic. On the eve of Valentineís Day and also in the wake of a very visible entertainer, Whitney Houstonís untimely death, I am really ...
This is a 'story' that emerged from our Combined Intensive 11/11 in Springfield, MO
Kaci is one of our newest Practitioners and a bright light in our community!
The heart of Compassionate Touch training helps one LMT overcome massage technique fears
I am so excited to be welcoming all our Compassionate Touch Instructors as bloggers!