Massage & Bodywork

January/February 2011

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new products COMPILED BY SEAN EADS FRACTIONATED COCONUT OIL This multipurpose carrier oil has a long shelf life and consists of saturated fatty acids to absorb into the skin faster than other oils. The light formula allows it to be delivered through a pump sprayer, while it washes out of massage table sheets with no staining. It is available in 4-ounce, 8-ounce, and gallon sizes. Prices range between $7.99 and $38. To order, call 888-276-6299 or visit DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE Jane Johnson's 216-page book demonstrates step-by-step guidelines on 83 compressive and stretching techniques. The content is organized both by body area and client positioning, and includes more than 165 color photos. MTs will learn to safely incorporate deep tissue work into their routines using the forearms, fists, and elbows. The book is available for $29 and the ebook for $16 at 800-747- 4457 or KIGO FOOTWEAR Developed for athletics and everyday wear, kigo shoes are eco- friendly and minimalist. They are constructed from breathable, lightweight, recycled textiles, and have a removable contoured insole and a thin, high-density rubber outsole. They are available in women's or unisex styles. Call 888-293-1685 or visit www. for pricing information. You may enter BODYKIGO at checkout for a 15 percent discount. GREEN EARTH MASSAGE SHEETS These lightweight microfiber linens are environmentally friendly and easy to launder, saving water and electricity. They have a silk feel, fit all massage table types, and offer excellent draping. A sheet set comes with a 36" x 76" fitted sheet, a 57" x 88" flat sheet, and a 14" x 17" face cradle drape. The sheets are available in white, with additional colors such as soft earthen brown, twilight blue, and sage green coming soon. Each set is available for $27.99 at 90 massage & bodywork january/february 2011

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