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Pijat Panggilan Semarang Kota
entry Mar 11 2012, 04:54 AM
Terapi Pijat Panggilan Berpengalaman Untuk Wilayah Semarang
(Outcall Massage Service To Hotels in Semarang City)



Nama saya Eky, Pria, Alamat KTP: Kaligawe, Semarang (Alamat lama), Pengalaman bekerja sebagai Massage Therapist Teknik Jepang.

Saya tahu bahwa Anda memerlukan ketenangan pikiran saat pijat, jangan khawatir tentang layanan saya. Saya pekerja profesional, memiliki kualitas pribadi dalam menjalankan tanggungjawab kerja, bersih dan rapi, tidak memiliki catatan kriminal sepanjang waktu, sangat mementingkan keselamatan Anda.

Informasi Penting
  • Sekarang saya tinggal di: Ungaran Kota, Jawa Tengah, Negara: Indonesia (1 jam ke Semarang)
  • Hanya Melayani (Full Body Massage)
  • Permintaan seks tidak akan saya setujui dan bukan untuk tujuan seks
  • Tidak menyediakan tempat


Tarif: Rp 100.000,00 (dibaca: seratus ribu rupiah)

Call Me : 085640347050

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THE BENEFITS OF MASSAGE THERAPY
There are tremendous benefits to be achieved through regular massage therapy treatments from a Registered Massage Therapist. Whether your need is to have a moment of relaxation, reduce muscle tension or attain relief from chronic pain, a therapeutic massage can enhance your overall sense of emotional and physical well-being as well as your quality of life.

Massage therapy benefits people of all ages. While it benefits the injured, the ill and the stressed, the strength of massage therapy in preventing illness and conditions before they develop cannot be overlooked. Massage therapy can be used in the treatment of both acute and chronic stages of conditions.

The following is a list of conditions for which massage therapy, when provided by a Registered Massage Therapist, can prove beneficial:
Anxiety and depression Asthma and Emphysema
Back, leg, and neck pain Cancer
Carpal tunnel syndrome (repetitive strain) Chronic Fatigue syndrome
Dislocations Fibromyalgia
Fractures and edema Gastrointestinal disorders
Headaches Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and bursitis
Insomnia Kyphosis and Scoliosis
Multiple sclerosis Parkinson’s disease
Muscle tension and spasm Palliative care
Post-surgical rehabilitation Pregnancy and labour support
Sports injuries Strains and sprains
Stress and stress related conditions Stroke
Tendinitis Whiplash
Massage Therapy as Part of your Health Maintenance Plan

Therapeutic massage is an important part of your health maintenance plan, by:

* Reducing or eliminating pain
* Improving joint mobility
* Improving circulation
* Improving immune system functioning
* Increasing lymphatic drainage
* Reducing depression and anxiety
* Reducing tension within muscles
* Increasing body awareness

Massage therapy benefits people of all ages. While it benefits the injured, the ill and the stressed, the real strength of massage therapy lies in prevention.

source:http://www.rmtao.com/massage_therapy/the_benefits_of_mt


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Massage therapy has a long history in cultures around the world. Today, people use many different types of massage therapy for a variety of health-related purposes. In the United States, massage therapy is often considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), although it does have some conventional uses. This fact sheet provides a general overview of massage therapy and suggests sources for additional information.
Massage Therapy Benefits

According to the 2007 National Health Interview Survey, which included a comprehensive survey of CAM use by Americans, an estimated 18 million U.S. adults and 700,000 children had received massage therapy in the previous year.

People use massage for a variety of health-related purposes, including to relieve pain, rehabilitate sports injuries, reduce stress, increase relaxation, address anxiety and depression, and aid general wellness.

Key points

* Scientific evidence on massage therapy is limited. Scientists are not yet certain what changes occur in the body during massage, whether they influence health, and, if so, how. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is sponsoring studies to answer these questions and identify the purposes for which massage may be most helpful.


* Massage therapy appears to have few serious risks if it is used appropriately and provided by a trained massage professional.


* Tell your health care providers about any complementary and alternative practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.

History of Massage

Massage therapy dates back thousands of years. References to massage appear in writings from ancient China, Japan, India, Arabic nations, Egypt, Greece (Hippocrates defined medicine as "the art of rubbing"), and Rome.

Massage became widely used in Europe during the Renaissance. In the 1850s, two American physicians who had studied in Sweden introduced massage therapy in the United States, where it became popular and was promoted for a variety of health purposes. With scientific and technological advances in medical treatment during the 1930s and 1940s, massage fell out of favor in the United States. Interest in massage revived in the 1970s, especially among athletes.

Use of Massage Therapy in the United States

According to the 2007 National Health Interview Survey, which included a comprehensive survey of CAM use by Americans, an estimated 18 million U.S. adults and 700,000 children had received massage therapy in the previous year.

People use massage for a variety of health-related purposes, including to relieve pain, rehabilitate sports injuries, reduce stress, increase relaxation, address anxiety and depression, and aid general wellness.

source:http://www.medicinenet.com/massage_therapy/article.htm


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Massage Therapy for Health Purposes: What You Need To Know
On this page:

* What’s the Bottom Line?
* What Is Massage Therapy?
* What the Science Says About the Effectiveness of Massage
* What the Science Says About the Safety and Side Effects of Massage Therapy
* NCCAM-Funded Research
* Training, Licensing, and Certification
* More to Consider
* Key References
* For More Information

What’s the Bottom Line?

How much do we know about massage?

A lot of research on the effects of massage therapy has been carried out.

What do we know about the effectiveness of massage?

While often preliminary or conflicting, there is scientific evidence that massage may help with back pain and may improve quality of life for people with depression, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.

What do we know about the safety of massage?

Massage therapy appears to have few risks if it is used appropriately and provided by a trained massage professional.
What Is Massage Therapy?

The term “massage therapy” includes many techniques, and the type of massage given usually depends on your needs and physical condition.

More information

* Massage therapy dates back thousands of years. References to massage appear in ancient writings from China, Japan, India, and Egypt.
* In general, massage therapists work on muscle and other soft tissue to help you feel better.
* In Swedish massage, the therapist uses long strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, vibration, and tapping.
* Sports massage combines techniques of Swedish massage and deep tissue massage to release chronic muscle tension. It is adapted to the needs of athletes.
* Myofascial trigger point therapy focuses on trigger points—areas that are painful when pressed and are associated with pain elsewhere in the body.
* Massage therapy is sometimes done using essential oils as a form of aromatherapy.

What the Science Says About the Effectiveness of Massage

A lot of the scientific research on massage therapy is preliminary or conflicting, but much of the evidence points toward beneficial effects on pain and other symptoms associated with a number of different conditions. Much of the evidence suggests that these effects are short term and that people need to keep getting massages for the benefits to continue.

Researchers have studied the effects of massage for many conditions. Some that they have studied more extensively are the following:
Pain

* A 2008 systematic review and 2011 NCCAM-funded clinical trial concluded that massage may be useful for chronic low-back pain.
* Massage may help with chronic neck pain, a 2009 NCCAM-funded clinical trial reported.
* Massage may help with pain due to osteoarthritis of the knee, according to a 2012 NCCAM-funded study.
* Studies suggest that for women in labor, massage provided some pain relief and increased their satisfaction with other forms of pain relief, but the evidence is not strong, a 2012 review concluded.

Cancer

Numerous systematic reviews and clinical studies have suggested that at least for the short term, massage therapy for cancer patients may reduce pain, promote relaxation, and boost mood. However, the National Cancer Institute urges massage therapists to take specific precautions with cancer patients and avoid massaging:

* Open wounds, bruises, or areas with skin breakdown
* Directly over the tumor site
* Areas with a blood clot in a vein
* Sensitive areas following radiation therapy.

Mental health

* A 2010 meta-analysis of 17 clinical trials concluded that massage therapy may help to reduce depression.
* Brief, twice-weekly yoga and massage sessions for 12 weeks were associated with a decrease in depression, anxiety, and back and leg pain in pregnant women suffering from depression, a 2012 NCCAM-funded randomized controlled trial showed. Also, the women’s babies weighed more than babies born to women who didn’t receive the therapy.
* However, a 2013 research review concluded that there is not enough evidence to determine if massage helps pregnant mothers with depression.
* A 2010 review concluded that massage may help older people relax.
* For generalized anxiety disorder, massage therapy was no better at reducing symptoms than providing a relaxing environment and deep breathing lessons, according to a small, 2010 NCCAM-supported clinical trial.

Fibromyalgia

A 2010 review concluded that massage therapy may help temporarily reduce pain, fatigue, and other symptoms associated with fibromyalgia, but the evidence is not definitive. The authors noted that it is important that the massage therapist not cause pain.
Headaches

Clinical trials on the effects of massage for headaches are preliminary and only somewhat promising.
HIV/AIDS

Massage therapy may help improve the quality of life for people with HIV or AIDS, a 2010 systematic review of four small clinical trials concluded.
Infant care

Massaging preterm infants using moderate pressure may improve weight gain, a 2010 review suggested. We don’t have enough evidence to know if massage benefits healthy infants who are developing normally, a 2013 review determined.
Other Conditions

Researchers have studied massage for the following conditions but it’s still unclear if it helps:

* Behavior of children with autism or autism spectrum disorders
* Immune function in women with breast cancer
* Anxiety and pain in patients following heart surgery
* Quality of life and glucose levels in people with diabetes
* Lung function in children with asthma.

What the Science Says About the Safety and Side Effects of Massage Therapy

Massage therapy appears to have few risks when performed by a trained practitioner. However, massage therapists should take some precautions with certain health conditions.
source readmore:http://nccam.nih.gov/health/massage/massageintroduction.htm


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