Massage Therapy for Cancer Patients

December 5th at the ABQ School of Massage Therapy

Is massage therapy safe?

A massage can help ease the effects of cancer on the body! Massage Therapy research with cancer patients has shown that the benefits of massage can be:

  • Decrease pain
  • Increase white blood cells
  • Decrease nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy
  • Less depression

Oncology Massage Clinic Day

Wednesday, Dec. 5th 2012 at 11am-2:30pm

10590 2nd Street NW, Suite A, Albuquerque, NM 87114

We are offering two 60 minute massage session clinic appointment times: 11:00 am and 1:15 pm.

Our instructor, Karandi Blimes, LMT, MLD holds certifications in Lymphatic and Oncology Massage. She teaches the ABQ School of Massage students how to compassionately work with patients suffering from the effects of cancer. She will be directly supervising the massage appointments in the clinic this day.

The cost of the treatments is a donation to the school.

Albuquerque School of Massage Therapy & Health Sciences

Our mission is to develop excellent practitioners who are grounded in the art, science and evidence-informed practice of massage therapy. Our students are exposed to many different areas of massage to encourage excitement about learning and exploring the wonders of the human body. Our 720 hour program specialty is medical massage for the mind, body, and soul.