Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Ten Benefits of Massage Therapy

September 29, 2020
  • Massage therapy is the healing manipulation of the soft tissues. Also, a massage can be one of the most pleasing experiences a person can enjoy. Since ancient times, massage has been used as a treatment for stress or pain. Interestingly, there are many pluses massage provides that way beyond stress and pain relief.
  • There are a wide class of massages. These are just a few examples:
    • Swedish
    • Thai
    • Hot stone
    • Aromatherapy massage
    • Trigger point
    • Sports
    • Deep tissue
    • Shiatsu
  • It is said the best option is to give them all a try and see what works best for you. Each person seems to have his/her own favorite.
  • See how receiving a massage on a frequent basis can have a great impact on your mental and physical health:
    • 1. Improved sleep. If you’ve never had a massage before, you’ll be amazed by how well you sleep that night. There’s a lot of theories on why massage helps your ability to sleep, but there’s no doubt that it does. If you toss and turn to sleep, get a massage and see for yourself how much it helps you.
    • 2. It corrects the damage of sitting all day. A massage might be the most enjoyable cure for the pain that sitting all day causes to your body. It will help to lift your back and neck. Massage will decompress your spine and make you feel many years younger. If you spend a full day sitting in a chair, a massage is a needed.
    • 3. Massage is a great at calming. You’ll never feel more relaxed than you will after a great massage. It seems to squeeze all the stress out of your physical frame and leave you feeling like a sleepy, relaxed kitten.
    • 4. It increases your white blood cell count. Massage has been shown in numerous health studies to raise white cell count. It improves your immune system and reduces the likelihood of becoming ill.
    • 5. Massage sharpens focus. Focus and relaxation are related. Massage has the ability to free your mind and allow you to focus more sharply. Those that struggle to concentrate on a task often find that massage is helpful in this aspect.
    • 6. Lowered depression symptoms. A routine massage helps to prevent depression. It also reduces the symptoms of depression when you’re feeling down. If you’ve been feeling emotionally down, a massage is worth a try.
    • 7. Enhanced posture. Studies show that massage can help improve your posture. If you’re prone to hanging your head forward or slumping, massage could be the answer. Many people report feeling like they are taller after a massage. This is the result of improved posture and feeling better about ones self.
    • 8. Increased flexibility. Enhanced flexibility is the result. Flexibility is primarily a function of nervous tension. Massage helps to reduce the amount of tension in the muscle.
    • 9. Reduced pain. It might be right thinking to assume that massage would increase pain when you consider that the massage therapist is squeezing, pushing, and pulling on your body. To the contary, the opposite is true. The massage itself could be painful for a brief time, however you’ll feel less pain after the massage than before.
    • 10. Prevention of injury. Massage does great things for your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. A significant number of professional athletes receive regular massages to help prevent and treat injuries.
  • If you have never had a massage, you’re in for a delight. If you have had a massage, why aren’t you having them more frequent? Massage is a great activity to include in your health activity plan.
  • Keep and open mind and ask around for referrals. Based on your location, there are licensed and unlicensed massage therapists. You never know who will work the greatest peace on your body.

Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

April 29, 2019


Disaster Relief Tutoring Fund

In the anticipation of natural disasters, we’re asking for donations to assist students who will be affected by the upcoming storms. Disasters may be fire, hurricane, tragedy, earthquake, flood, storm, or tornado. We are an online tutoring service helping as many as we can nationwide. This is our third year volunteering a much-needed service. We provide services from the pre-kindergarten to post-graduate level. Examples of subjects are math, science, English as a second language, health, nursing, Microsoft Office, college admissions assistance/personal statement, employment preparation/resume, and professional speaking.

One student wrote “I was really amazed when one of your tutors helped me with Excel today. I thought it would take hours to solve a problem. Your tutor saved me days of hair-pulling. She helped me to solve my problems within minutes!” Another student typed “Distance teaching is OK with me as long as I learn how to build a web site like I want to!” The third person said, “It is a pleasure to have you tutor our son. He really enjoys the tutoring lessons with you. Thank you.”

Our main expenses are for support staff, textbook, computer, Internet, and telephone services. For each $100 that you donate, you will receive a free and complimentary $15 online tutoring session.

If your family has been affected, please contact us to receive free tutoring for your students.

You may start donating today. A thank-you goes to each one of you for donating your funds. Please tell others, ask about non-bank card payment methods, and contact us for details using the green envelope in the upper right corner of our GoFundMe page. Or you may contact us by clicking on the links below.

http://healthcare-online-education.org/home

http://healthcare-online-education.org/contact_us

Hurricane Relief Tutoring Fund

November 27, 2018

Hurricane Relief Tutoring Fund

Our concern for the children in our communities is deep. We are sorry you are affected by recent hurricanes, wildfires, and other disasters. We are offering tutoring gifts, valued at $400 each. These are available for tutoring of the following grade levels; kindergarten, grade school, elementary school, middle school, and high school. The gifts will be given from now until December 31, 2018 or until used up. A thank-you goes to our tutoring partner for donating part of the funds. Please contact us for details. Email address is admin [at] healthcare-online-education [dot] org. Donations are accepted. 100% of your donations received from the payment processor go to education and tutoring. Zero percent goes toward administration.http://healthcare-online-education.org/donations/.

 
Hurricane and wildfire affected states are AL Alabama, AZ Arizona, CA California, FL Florida, GA Georgia, LA Louisiana, MS Mississippi, NV Nevada, NC North Carolina, OR Oregon, SC South Carolina, TX Texas, WA Washington, and others.



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