Fortunately, adding heat and cold therapy to your practice doesn’t mean incurring outrageous energy bills or purchasing high end,
complicated equipment. There are numerous products, such as masks, http://www.esgmassage.comwraps for the shoulder, back and neck, and pillows, available that are inexpensive and easy to use, and do not require major changes to your massage practice. I mean the ones you just warm in the microwave for a minute or so. You can't burn your client this way.
I have found them very useful in my massage practice of 30 years.
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Hemp Microwave Heating Pad
by: A Gentle Strength
I reviewed it here: http://www.massagetoolbox.com/2011/12/3 ... -strength/
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