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The Relativity of Reiki and Massage both great for couples and friends to share quaility healing and bonding time together.

The Differences Between Reiki and Massage

Both Reiki and massage are systems of natural healing that focus on body energy, and today Reiki massage is a common and effective treatment. If you’ve ever had a great massage, you understand how you can feel both relaxed and invigorated at the same time. This seeming dichotomy of emotions allows you this feeling of well being because a massage loosens muscles, increases oxygen and blood flow throughout the body, and encourages the free flow of the body’s own energies, or “Chi.”

The Japanese healing art of Reiki has similar practical purposes—to increase and free the unbalanced energy flow in the body. But while massage is more vigorous and manipulates the muscles, Reiki uses only touch and sometimes merely the proximity of the healer’s hands to particular parts of the body, using 12 to 20 prescribed hand positions, depending on the training tradition. Today there is a hybrid treatment, known as Reiki massage.

While massage is one of the oldest forms of medical treatment, first recorded in China more than 2,000 years ago, Reiki is a recently developed practice, invented in 1922 by Dr. Mikao Usui, a Japanese Buddhist. He gave treatments and passed his training on to a generation of about 16 Reiki Masters, who continued to practice and teach it to others as Usui Reiki.

Difference Between Reiki and Massage Therapy Training

To become a licensed massage therapist, you must attend an accredited massage school and take extensive coursework, which usually includes anatomy, physiology and other courses, in addition to massage techniques. Depending on the program, these programs can take from six months to two years. In many states, you must also pass a massage certification exam in order to be a licensed practitioner.

Reiki, on the other hand, is not licensed by any state board, but a few organizations have begun to establish criterion for this new healing art. The Reiki Licensing Commission for Reiki Masters and Healers (RLCRMH) for instance, has called for stricter standards of Reiki training, and awards designations for Reiki healers, coaches, masters and instructors. The lowest levels take about one or two days of training, and the highest level can take years to achieve.

Reiki and Massage Therapy as Complementary Professions

In massage therapy, the practitioner manipulates the patient, whereas in Reiki, the healer barely touches the patient, in a non-invasive and non-manipulative 45- to 90-minute session. The practices are complementary, however, and many massage therapy schools also teach Reiki healing techniques so they can be incorporated into graduates’ private practices. Some massage therapists use Reiki techniques during their massage sessions, which is referred to as a “Reiki massage”, to promote physical, emotional and mental well-being.

Although the certification standards are more rigorous and there are more licensing laws surrounding massage therapy schools, Reiki training is increasing in demand, and with the growth in the healing arts and natural health degree field, training in Reiki healing can be a complementary addition to your massage therapy practice.

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Massage therapy can help relieve pain, speed recovery from injury or surgery, and reduce stress.

Men may think of massage as an occasional treat or a vacation indulgence, but this type of therapy could be a natural way to stay healthy and pain-free.

One of the most common health issues for older men is chronic pain, defined as pain that lasts more than 12 weeks. This includes back pain, headache, cancer pain, and arthritis pain. Then there are the everyday aches from daily living. All of these act as barriers to a healthy lifestyle.

“Most people assume that getting older means having to live with pain and discomfort,” says Angie Markoski, a licensed massage therapist (LMT) with Harvard-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. “But massage therapy can help ease pain by reducing inflammation and muscle soreness and help men stay more active.”

Massage also can help with recovery from injury or surgery, and its relaxing qualities are a surefire way to reduce stress and tension. “It can be one of the best types of medicine—if you approach it as such,” says Markoski.

Feel-good medicine

Multiple studies have found massage therapy helps reduce specific pain and soreness. Here’s a summary of how massage helps:

Muscle soreness. A 2014 report in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation studied the effects of massage therapy on relieving muscle soreness after exercise. Healthy sedentary adults exercised their legs using a leg-press machine until they were fatigued. Afterward, half of the group received leg massages.

While everyone experienced soreness after exercise, those in the massage group reported that their soreness was gone 90 minutes after massage. The exercise-only group’s soreness lasted 24 hours after the workout.

The researchers pointed to the fact that blood flow increased with the massage group for up to 72 hours, while the exercise-only group showed reduced blood flow after 90 minutes. Increased circulation can help muscle recover quickly and reduce the incidence of muscle injuries.

Low back pain. One 2011 study in Annals of Internal Medicine explored how massage compares with medication in relieving chronic back pain among 400 people ages 20 to 65. The massage group received hour-long massages weekly for 10 weeks. Afterward, almost 40% reported their pain was better or gone, compared with just 4% of a control group who were treated with anti-inflammatory medication.

Surgery pain. Research in the August 2015 Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice found that 20-minute massages given two and three days after cancer surgery reduced pain and tension.

Massage know-how

Most massages last 30 to 90 minutes. Your licensed massage therapist (make sure he or she has the LMT designation) will consult with you beforehand to review any health issues and whether you need extra attention in certain areas. If you’ve recently had surgery or you have a serious injury, such as a muscle or ligament tear, first check with your doctor.

It’s normal to sometimes be sore within 24 to 48 hours after a massage, the way you would feel after a hard workout. “If soreness occurs, apply ice to the area and take over-the-counter pain medication, if needed,” says Markoski. “However, during a massage, always let the therapist know if you feel any pain or discomfort.”

Massage therapy may all look the same, but there are different styles that focus on specific issues. (See “Different strokes.”) Which style is best depends on your needs.

“For instance, some are great for increasing blood flow and flexibility after joint replacement surgery,” says Markoski. “Others are ideal for men who feel low back or shoulder pain after repetitive activities, like 18 holes of golf.”

How often should you get a massage? Again, it depends on the individual. Some people use massages to address specific issues or injuries as needed, while others schedule them as weekly or monthly maintenance. Either way, massage therapy can play an integral role in a man’s health care.

“When men embrace massage therapy, they often find it can make an immeasurable difference in relieving the pain and soreness they had long accepted,” says Markoski. “Many men may view massage as something not for them, but it can vastly improve their quality of life.”

https://www.health.harvard.edu/alternative-and-complementary-medicine/the-healing-power-of-touch

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