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The Growing Interest in Massage Therapy

Top Reasons for Getting a Massage

Massage therapy is becoming one of the most powerful tools to help you take charge of your health and well-being. 📊 Straight from the AMTA 2018 Consumer Study:   🅾️ AMERICANS ARE SEEKING MASSAGE THERAPY FOR SPECIFIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS   Instead of seeking massage solely for relaxation and pampering purposes, over the past decade Americans […]

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What are Trigger Points?

What Exactly are Trigger Points? Photo - Swedish Institute - New York, NY

  Do you ever have a sore spot that makes you nearly jump in pain when it’s touched? How about suddenly feeling pain in one area when an entirely different area of your body is the one being pressed? This may not be a muscle in spasm. It could be a trigger point.  […]

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The Benefits of using with Gua Sha for your Massage Therapy Business

Holistic Medicine Photo - Swedish Institute - New York, NY

Boost Your Massage Therapy Business with Gua Sha Boosting your massage therapy business begins with offering patients a variety of treatments that bring optimum relief for their individual needs. Gua Sha – pronounced just like it’s spelled – is gaining popularity as this ancient Chinese healing technique is helping to ease pain while increasing business. […]

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What Massage Therapy Is Right for You

different types of massages - Swedish Institute - New York, NY

Ah – a massage. Just hearing the word “massage” can bring a sense of relief and relaxation. Getting a massage isn’t just a luxury anymore. It’s become the new go-to therapy for easing the mind, body and spirit. If you’re thinking a massage isn’t right for you – think again. With so many techniques out […]

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Swedish Institute Graduate Success Stories

Check out some of the success stories from our graduates! Read firsthand how pursuing their education at Swedish Institute made a difference in their lives and impacted their communities.

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