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Tis' the Season for Giving... and Recieving!

November 16th, 2012 • Posted by Ann Marie Tipton • Permalink

Happy Holidays Readers!

It's that time of year again, HOLIDAY SEASON! Traditional American holidays this time of year bring several joys including turkey dinners, excessive shopping, cookie baking, family bonding, fun decor and that overwhelming sense of satisfying relief when you complete your Christmas list. This year, Select Massage would like to lend you a helping hand to ease the difficulty of finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Forget about horrid Wal-Mart trips in the middle of the night, raging mall traffic, crazy shoppers and lines that wrap around the Best Buy building... thrice. Purchasing a Select Massage gift card is not only simplistic for the giver, but a gift card for a massage or other spa service will benefit the gift reciever's health, beauty and well being.

Everyone could agree that this time of year brings on the most stress due to intense holiday and end of year preparation, especially for the woman of the household. Your friends and family will love you forever for giving them a gift that relieves stress and tension. Worried that a massage is not tangible enough for a Christmas gift? The definition of tanigible is "perceptible by touch," which means a massage gift card is right up your alley because massage therapy is all about releasing tension in your muscles and helping the flow of circulation BY TOUCH from your licensed massage therapist. Select Massage has made purchasing gift cards accessible from your home computer. By going to www.selectmassageinc.com, our customers can view and create the different options for gift cards. Also, our customers have the ability to purchase these gift cards online and send them to their desired recipients, all from your home computer or smart phone.

What are you waiting for? Visit our website to begin the shopping frenzy and do not hesitate to call our spa with any questions or concerns. (866) 977-7228.

1 Response...

Anonymous says:
December 7, 2012 at 8:17 AM
Most requested magsase does vary by region. Kellydran1 listed myofascial release trigger point as popular in her area. Folks in my region hate both so I rarely ever use it. If you want to get a job instead of working for yourself, there are two good options for employment, spas or medical clinics like chiropractors and acupuncturists.Relaxing Swedish magsase with hot stones is very popular in spas. Medical magsase such as neuromuscular and myoskeletal alignment techniques are perfect for medical clinics. You can go to work right out of school doing Swedish. You will probably need additional training after school to learn the medical work, unless you find a school that specializes in it.Most schools aren't in the business of helping you learn magsase. They take your money to prepare you for the licensing exams but not much more.I've included some links to articles that discuss the most popular types of magsase. Good luck in your search!
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