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Scented or unscented?

Posted on October 27, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  3 comments
Scented or unscented?

I offer clients the choice of scented or unscented products in their massage and foot reflexology treatments. Yet we ask clients to avoid wearing scented products when they come to see us. Is that fair? Why I use essential oils Scent…

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Remember

Posted on August 18, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  no comments yet
Lake Kurti in Kazakhstan by teslacoils

After a client’s recent session, her eyes sparkled and she spoke softly of a memory that had arisen in the session.  It was something she hadn’t thought of in years. Deep in a relaxed state, she recalled an experience she’d had…

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Night light

Posted on July 2, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  2 comments
Night light

Chris has done bodywork for over 30 years, I for more than 20. Yesterday we flipped the switch on our very first lighted sign. I surprised myself by feeling self-conscious. Maybe because I know that an illuminated sign shining out…

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What is this I feel in my back?

Posted on May 1, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  1 comment
Master Observers. felines Bailey & Sammy the Serpent

When I feel a sensation in my body, I have several choices. I might feel sharp pang in my right low back and think, “It’s my kidney” or “My low-back hurts.” Or I could step back from concluding anything. I…

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No Pain, No Pain

Posted on April 17, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  2 comments
Gentle neck massage. Photo courtesy of ABMP.

One of my Muscular Therapy Institute teachers used to say that. She was drawing a contrast to the counterproductive cliché “no pain, no gain.” My massage therapy teacher was right. When your nervous system senses noxious input – like too…

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Why you probably like your massage therapist

Posted on April 8, 2014 by Sheryl Rapée-Adams  |  2 comments
Sheryl massages a Farm Sanctuary resident

Walk into any room and notice how you feel. Are your muscles more relaxed or tense? Do you feel more energized or drained? Did your mood change when you entered the room? Now look around the room. Listen for ambient…

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