2014 September

It’s A Great Time for Massage

Massage Survey

Thank you to so many of you who have already responded. What you have shared has helped me look at different aspects of massage that I have been missing.

If you have not taken the short survey, just click here.

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Please give me a call to schedule. I have them logged for you safe and sound, but I do not call you to schedule the sessions. They don’t expire, but come on in and use them. You ‘knead’ it!!


Sandalwood Essential Oil

And there came also Nicodemus, which at the first came to Jesus by night, and brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pound weight.
– John 19:39

Documenting biblical aromatics through the ages has not been exact. Botanists believe ‘aloes’ to be derived from sandalwood, an incense used for 4,000 years. The quality of myrrh and aloes used in preparing Jesus’ body for burial was deeply respectful, similar to the embalming of contemporary Egyptian pharaohs. Sandalwood is recognized for improving the lymphatic system, strengthening the heart, and calming the nerves. Ancients used it for hemorrhaging, heart fatigue, and sciatica. Studies at the Univ of Michigan show that limonene can inhibit production of highly carcinogenic aflatoxins by toxic fungi and prevent DNA damage.

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