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t spheres

January 14, 2011 by aromatherapymaster guest  
Filed under Aromatherapy Products Produced: At this booth More than a rubber ball Massage & aromatherapy in one portable product, t spheres are innovative and unique self-massage tools born from over 15 years of research and development. This natural way to relieve pain from the body uses the two most scientifically researched alternative methods for stress relief. The infusion of aromatherapy essential oils into purified, perfectly weighted organic rubber compound has never been accomplished before, making t spheres the only massage ball with both beneficial attributes. Each set comes with a spray-top re-infuser and simple ‘how to use’ pictorial instructions in a travel bag. Created by a professional massage therapist: Stephanie Whittier LMT, CST has been practicing massage therapy, craniosacral therapy and studying movement in relationship to pain relief for over 17 years. Her extensive education, diverse clientele and constant travels for her work led her to the invention of t spheres. Aromatherapy + Massage: Aromatherapy is released from t spheres upon contact. This enables the central nervous system to respond to stress levels naturally. Each set brings with it specific beneficial qualities. The breath is key to releasing tension and the aromatherapy aspect of t spheres reminds your body to breathe while you self-massage. Additional ways to use your t spheres®: Hot massage: Boil for 5 minutes, remove and pat dry or microwave for 2 minutes
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When making massage oils, a carrier oil is needed, such as grapeseed or peanut oil. Make massage oils with tips from a licensed massage therapist in this free video series on massage therapy. Expert: Rebecca Harrick Bio: Rebecca Harrick is a licensed massage therapist who works at the Everything Peaceful Massage Therapy Center in Wilmington, NC Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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4 Responses to “t spheres”
  1. crescentaurora1 says:

    Just what I was looking for, thank-you for the clear and easy to understand video.

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  4. thekrael says:

    thank you,

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