Seated Massage

Palmer, David
October 2012
Massage Magazine;Oct2012, Issue 197, p36
The article offers information on the history, development and benefits of seated massage usually given to people at workplace. Seated massage is shown to be especially beneficial for preventing the transformation of little problems into bigger problems by reducing stress and other physical conditions. The different aspects of such massage and approaches required for making it work are all discussed.


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