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Moving Day August 7th 2015

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Moving Day, Friday, August 7th 2015: Yup Zup Muscle Therapy and Bodywork moves to its new home at the Point Loma Peninsula Center located at 3065 Rosecrans Place on Friday, August 7th. Everything will be fully operational on Saturday August 8th. Really looking forward to expanded services to include aromatherapy foot baths and hot stone therapy! The space is easily accessible from the Pacific Hwy-Barnett Street corridor or Rosecrans-Lytton intersection. The building is quiet and offers a peaceful space for treatments.
Some of our new neighbors include Liberty Station, Loma Square, Sprouts, Jamba Juice, Fleet and Family Support Center Point Loma, Hole in the Wall and more. An overall great mix of people, services and opportunities to do community, veterans and service member support!

One year anniversary celebration coming up next month; look for the August newsletter! All My Best! -Keith

Pain Reducing Essential Oil Recipe Blend

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Pain Reducing Essential Oil Recipe Blend  • 10 drops Frankincense (Boswellia carterii)
• 5 drops Black Spruce (Picea mariana)
• 5 drops Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
• 1 oz. (30 ml) Arnica infused oil Three benefits of using Frankincense in massage oil:
1. Relieving or preventing headaches
2. Reducing muscle tension
3. Soothing inflammation and relieving pain in joints
shared by Aromahead Institute http://aromahead.com/

Massage and Cancer: A Viable Option? by Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals

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Massage and Cancer:  A Viable Option? : There's no doubt that cancer patients can benefit from massage therapy. In fact, bodywork can serve as a nurturing healthcare option during the stressful, doctor appointment-ridden time of oncology management.
"Cancer treatment places a heavy toxin load on the body, which massage can help eliminate," says Gayle MacDonald, author of Medicine Hands: Massage Therapy for People with Cancer. "However, too much too fast may be more than the client's body can comfortably handle. Skilled touch is beneficial at nearly every stage of the cancer experience, during hospitalization, the pre- or post- operative period, in the out-patient clinic, during chemotherapy and radiation, recovery at home, remission or cure, and in the end stage of life."
The benefits of massage for these clients include improved blood circulation, equalized blood pressure, and help with fatigue and nausea. The place to start is by consulting with your phys…