Melting the stress away, Boosting Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence



"Resurrection Massage & Skin Care" offers you different Professional Massage Therapy techniques to suit your personal needs, making you more relaxed, increasing your muscles flexibility. Our prime objective is your well being, melting away the tension from work, family, or other situation. For your convenience, we will come to your office or home, to perform the selected massage therapy. We are Mobile Therapists.

Please check our Services Offer, Wedding Massage or Reflexology to select your personal massage, and Make an Appointment.

"Resurrection Massage & Skin Care" offers you professional massage therapy in Houston, and its surrounding areas.

About William Sabbah
Raised in the romantic city of Paris, France, William Sabbah learned from an early age of the therapeutic benefits of massage and other forms of alternative medicine. Inspired by the physical advantages of regular bodywork, William went on to perform massages as a young man, quickly realizing his passion for helping others improve their health and well-being while reducing their levels of stress. "It's a passion that comes from within," he says, "and as of today, I truly enjoy my profession."

A typical session with William consists of a pre-massage evaluation to determine any areas of concern (for example, neck, shoulder or lower back pain). Techniques utilized throughout the massage are tailored to suit personal needs for relaxation, increased muscle flexibility and more. "Our prime objective is your well-being, melting away the tension from work, family, or other situation," he says.

William's practice is mobile, meaning he works with clients in their personal homes throughout Spring, Texas. Clients range in age from teens (with parent present) to the elderly. During a session, he encourages clients to learn about their body function and the importance of water and an alkaline diet. A true believer in total body health, William also encourages clients to exercise as much as possible, either by taking a simple walk or hitting the machines at the gym. Most importantly, he recommends staying hydrated at all times by drinking plenty of H2O.

"The formula is simple", he says, "it's your true weight divided by 2 gives you the number of onces of water your body need to maintain its water level"
Massage Therapy Origins

Massage therapy is one of the oldest health care practices known to history. References to massage are found in Chinese medical texts more than 4,000 years old. Massage has been advocated in Western health care practices at least since the time of Hippocrates, the "Father of Medicine." In the fourth century B.C. Hippocrates wrote, "The physician must be acquainted with many things and assuredly with rubbing" (the ancient Greek term for massage was rubbing).

The roots of modern, scientific massage therapy go back to Per Henrik Ling (1776-1839), a Swede, who developed an integrated system consisting of massage and active and passive exercises. Ling established the Royal Central Gymnastic Institute in Sweden in 1813 to teach his methods.

Modern, scientific massage therapy was introduced in the United States in the 1850s by two New York physicians, brothers George and Charles Taylor, who had studied in Sweden. The first clinics for massage therapy in the United States were opened by two Swedish physicians after the Civil War period. Doctor Baron Nils Posse operated the Posse Institute in Boston and Doctor Hartwig Nissen opened the Swedish Health Institute near the Capitol in Washington, D.C.

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Phone: (832) 326-5368

Mr. William Sabbah (LMT: MT110003), Founder and Ke Kino Massage Academy Graduate.

Ke Kino Massage Academy,
Plano, Texas
Ke Kino Massage Academy

Ke Kino Massage Academy is the premier school for body work and massage in the Dallas Fort Worth area.

Ke Kino Massage Academy was created to support massage education.

Ke Kino's spacious classrooms, private clinic rooms, study spaces, meeting areas, and tranquil garden spaces provide just about everything a student could ask for when it comes to a learning environment.

To make an appointment please use this form or contact us: * Texas * USA, Phone: (832) 326-5368

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