A regular massage can provide benefits for everyone from professional athletes to stressed-out office workers. But a good massage can also benefit younger children as well. Here are three reasons why you might want to get your child a professional massage on a regular basis. Kids Get Stressed Out Too There's a joke to be made here about your kid being stressed out because they missed their nap time during the school day, but jokes aside, the truth is that children encounter stress on a daily basis just like adults.
9 January 2019
If you want to become a massage therapist, you will have to go through a training program. The training programs to become a massage therapist are often offered through community colleges or vocational training programs. Keep in mind that becoming a massage therapist requires extensive training and education. Although you do not go through a traditional 4-year college program, the training is still intense. Learn About the Body You are going to learn extensively about the human body.
1 October 2018
Having a chair massage can be a nice alternative to a traditional massage that occurs on a table. Whereas the latter style of massage typically occurs with the patient partially undressed, many people who enjoy having a chair massage do so with all of their clothing on. This can be handy if you're on the go — many therapists who offer chair massages can provide short appointments for people who may not have 60 minutes to dedicate for a massage.
28 March 2017
When you have a loved one or partner who is a teacher, you know that the one thing they look forward to more than anything else every year is the end of another school year. Even teachers who love their job and their students dearly can use a little break and a nice holiday once in a while and the end of the school year can provide them with both. If you are looking to help the teacher in your life unwind and celebrate the end of the school year, you may be wondering what you can possibly give them or do for them to accomplish this goal.
11 March 2016
Because children aren't always adept at expressing their feelings, it can sometimes be difficult for parents to determine which characteristics are "just a phase" and which could signify deeper emotional issues. However, if your child appears overly fearful about new or unfamiliar situations or reacts to stress in a physical manner (by bed-wetting, withholding stool, or even self-injuring), it is possible he or she is dealing with an anxiety disorder that could affect his or her future emotional development.
20 October 2015