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Massage has been practiced throughout the centuries since the earliest civilsations. It is a medical and therapeutic healing treatment and it is also excellent for invigorating, soothing and beautifying the body. It is an instinctive act for relieving pain and discomfort and for calming. The practice of massage spread to the west from the East into Europe and was well established by 500 BC. Massage can help the blood supply to muscles, circulation is improved and waste products are removed more effectively. Pain reduces along with stiffness as tissues and warmed which reduces tension in muscles. It also helps your metabolism and can aid weight loss as well as toning the body.
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