Asis Massage Education

Asis Massage Education Is Now ACCET Certified

Logo“The aspiration that guides ASIS is to create a safe, supportive, and evocative learning environment, while celebrating the diversity, uniqueness, and beauty of each individual being’s body, mind, and soul.”

Top Massage Therapy Techniques Promote Overall Wellness

LogoMassage therapy has been practiced worldwide for thousands of years. According to the 2007 National Health Interview Survey, which incorporated a comprehensive survey of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use by Americans, approximately 18 million U.S. adults and 700,000 children received massage therapy in the past year. People use massage for several health-related purposes, such as getting relief from symptoms, rehabilitating sports injuries, reducing stress, increasing relaxation, addressing anxiety and depression, and promoting overall wellness.

Massage Therapy Helps Promote Positive Body Image

LogoMassage therapy helps improve body image issue, according to a study. Body image issues are not new, and have been plaguing men and women, young and old for a time now. Body size, weight, and appearance anxieties may sometimes impose negative view of one’s self and unhealthy eating habits. Such thoughts may also be complicated by depression, negative feelings, and low self-esteem.

Massage; Voted Alternative Medicine's Best by Consumers

LogoStudies conducted by a non-profit consumer magazine showed healing hands are the best alternative medicine for 34,000 respondents. The study was based on consumer effectiveness ratings between conventional and complementary treatments. Results showed massage therapy was very popular in treating osteoporosis and fibromyalgia. Chiropractic ranked ahead for back pain. Exercise on the other hand has a wide range of applicable conditions including back pain, allergies, respiratory problems, rheumatoid arthritis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, depression, insomnia, and prostate problems.