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coolwhipped wrote at 2016-03-24 20:59:05
I disagree.  The skin on some areas of the body is more sensitive than others.  If I forget to shower after a massage I get hives only on my upper back and neck.  They last for a few days.  Mine are clearly hives.  Very itchy and raised.  


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I can answer questions regarding Swedish and Deep Tissue massage, Musculoskeletal Anatomy, SOAP Charting and documentation, Ethics, Myofascial Release, NeuroMuscular Therapy, Seated Chair Massage, and human anatomy & physiology. I cannot expertly answer questions about Eastern or allied modalities such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reflexology, Polarity, Aromatherapy, or Reiki but I may be able to refer you to someone who can.

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