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Celebrating Women’s Wisdom, Day of Workshops

Here is a great event that the Pittsburgh Center for Complementary Health and Healing is excited to be a part of, right here in Regent Square!

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Research Suggests Oncology Massage Can Reduce Negative Side Effects of Cancer Treatment

As many of you already know Sarah and myself have training in Oncology Massage. Using massage as a tool to care for clients with cancer can be extremely healing for individuals living with and going through cancer treatment.  

So often fear and separation permeates the lives of not only those diagnosed with cancer, but also their families and friends.

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The Benefits of Pregnancy Massage

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Non-Physical Benefits of Massage

Here at the Pittsburgh Center for Complementary Health & Healing, we realize that the benefits of massage extend to so much more than just our bodies.  While massage therapy may get most of its attention for the effects it has on us physically and for stress relief, there are many other areas of our emotional, mental, and social health that can be positively influenced by massage.  You may be pleasantly surprised at the list below, as it points out some areas of our lives that we you not have realized can benefit so greatly from therapeutic massage.  I think the most wonderful thing about

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Massage for Fibromyalgia

For most Fibromyalgia sufferers, dealing with pain is a daily task. It can be difficult to find relief, even with commonly used medications and remedies. No one knows the exact cause of Fibromyalgia, which adds to its mystery and difficulty to treat. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition where the muscles and nervous system are on overdrive. Muscles are tight and tense and the nerves do not receive signals to relax when necessary. This leads to a slew of other symptoms which include: headaches, disrupted sleep, depression and moodiness.

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