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September 08, 2011

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neurondoc

Goodness. I wonder how she would've dealt with me. "No, you can't massage my right calf. I've had 2 blood clots there, and I'm paranoid about it." "You have to be gentle when massaging my thighs, because I'll get all spastic (in a real medical sense), if you dig in." Be careful in my low back. I have pins and rods in there." Then there's the cellulite. And I have only one kid to compensate for that. ;-)

claudia

Well, now that after the last massage I have pins and needles in my little fingers and some sort of numb feeling down the sides of my arms, I'm not having her back. Blah.

Day Spa Melbourne

“It's just the details that are different but it never seizes to amaze me how different those details are.” Thanks for sharing about Moldovan massage.

Edna Langley

There are many studies saying that a massage is very good to our body. However, people should not do this everyday because this can damage their bones that are fragile sometimes no matter how strong they think they are.

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