March 1, 2015
The latest studies prove it: The more you sit, the less you’re fit. As a nail tech who sits most of the day, you might have come to see your job as a fitness foe. NAILS looks at the research on sitting and suggests ways you can get out of the chair to stand up for your health.
May 9, 2013
For you or your clients, Aculief provides wearable pressure to the LI4 acupressure point located between the thumb and forefinger in order to promote well-being, relieve tension, and restore the body’s natural energy flow.
February 28, 2013
Though it’s no laughing matter, when you are ready to pull your hair out and run screaming from the salon, it’s time to rethink your strategy. Take this quick quiz to find new ways to deal with day-to-day stressors in the salon.
November 20, 2012
Along with an increase of goodwill, the holidays often usher in an elevated level of anxiety. This year, take steps to create a season filled with more merry and less stress.
December 1, 2005
Once used mostly in massage, stones (both hot and cold) are gaining a wider audience and appearing in manicure and pedicure services. Find out why these stones can be a therapeutic experience for your clients — and for you.
September 1, 2005
Don't let yourself lose your work energy. Try a few of these shake-things-up ideas.
June 1, 2005
The downside of a full book is the toll it takes on your body. For those dealing with an aching back, tense shoulders, and tired eyes, relief may be found in a yoga-inspired exercise that can be done in on while sitting at your workstation.
The downside of a full book is the toll it takes on your body. For those dealing with an aching back, tense shoulders, and tired eyes, relief may be found in yoga-inspired exercises that can be done in no time while sitting at your workstation.
October 1, 1992
Take control of stressful situations by managing your mood and emotions instead of letting them manage you.
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