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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 [l-! Mia Logan photos The Chi massage bed, developed in Korea, uses thermal acupressure to relieve back pain Suparna Mehra explains the benefits of massage to a client, and symptoms of diabetes, cancer and arthritis, Mehra says. Chi massage bed comes to True Essence Inc. in Rehoboth By Mia Logan Suparna Mehra of True Essence Inc. has anew answer to ques- tions t treatments for back .... pain. ' ' :'' The answer is the Chi (energy) massage bed. A development in Korean technology, Mehra says, the bed uses thermal acupressure to relieve back pain and symp- toms of diabetes, cancer and arthritis. Mehra purchased the bed sever- al months ago for personal use af- ter injuring her back. But she says more clients are asking for the pain relief, convincing her to use the bed in her business Mehra hopes the massage bed will be an attractive alternative to traditional massage for pain treat- ment. A 45-minute session costs $25 as opposed to $70, the aver- age price of a massage, she says. "My aim is to make this afford- able," says Mehra. "I'11 do what- ever it takes." Jade rollers heated by electric currents roll up and down the client's spine three times. Next, they stop at major pressure points for two minutes. In addition, heated-jade handsets may also be used. "You have the feeling someone ironed out your spine," Mehra says. Heat increases blood circula- tion, and this leaves many clients feeling more energized than drowsy, which she says is one way the Chi bed differs from a normal massage. For Mehra, blood circulation is the key to good health and relax- ation. The massage bed is de- signed to heal the body by target- ing blood flow, not specific or- gans or joints, she said. Mehra says improved circula- tion "decreases blockage in the extremities resulting from dia- betes or joint swelling from to cells of cancer patients. She says improved blood circulation is essential to keeping the body free of toxins and functioning well. "All the crud is carried down the drain if the circulation is quick," she said. Two regular clients, Pam Baker and Diane Dixson, came from Falls Church, Va., to pick up an aromatherapy order. "This woman is fabulous," says Baker as she tested out the massage bed. way One-Suite 51, Rehoboth True Essence Inc. is located in Beach. For more information, the Rehoboth Mall, 4493 High- call 302-644-9100. Please call to schedule a private showing. Offering elegant custom hom00 of exceptional quality.  DE 19971 302.542,6205 weatbraehomes, com I l[lfill I IllimlllmllllllO]lHIml|lllBllg 11111|115"] "  [ --7-- ]IITKIIHIIIIII"BTTT l "1 F I 1 [[ T r " -ffr]@ T"]IIB31-][ " * .... 'T*FI'TT" r T 54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 [l-! Mia Logan photos The Chi massage bed, developed in Korea, uses thermal acupressure to relieve back pain Suparna Mehra explains the benefits of massage to a client, and symptoms of diabetes, cancer and arthritis, Mehra says. Chi massage bed comes to True Essence Inc. in Rehoboth By Mia Logan Suparna Mehra of True Essence Inc. has anew answer to ques- tions t treatments for back .... pain. ' ' :'' The answer is the Chi (energy) massage bed. A development in Korean technology, Mehra says, the bed uses thermal acupressure to relieve back pain and symp- toms of diabetes, cancer and arthritis. Mehra purchased the bed sever- al months ago for personal use af- ter injuring her back. But she says more clients are asking for the pain relief, convincing her to use the bed in her business Mehra hopes the massage bed will be an attractive alternative to traditional massage for pain treat- ment. A 45-minute session costs $25 as opposed to $70, the aver- age price of a massage, she says. "My aim is to make this afford- able," says Mehra. "I'11 do what- ever it takes." Jade rollers heated by electric currents roll up and down the client's spine three times. Next, they stop at major pressure points for two minutes. In addition, heated-jade handsets may also be used. "You have the feeling someone ironed out your spine," Mehra says. Heat increases blood circula- tion, and this leaves many clients feeling more energized than drowsy, which she says is one way the Chi bed differs from a normal massage. For Mehra, blood circulation is the key to good health and relax- ation. The massage bed is de- signed to heal the body by target- ing blood flow, not specific or- gans or joints, she said. Mehra says improved circula- tion "decreases blockage in the extremities resulting from dia- betes or joint swelling from to cells of cancer patients. She says improved blood circulation is essential to keeping the body free of toxins and functioning well. "All the crud is carried down the drain if the circulation is quick," she said. Two regular clients, Pam Baker and Diane Dixson, came from Falls Church, Va., to pick up an aromatherapy order. "This woman is fabulous," says Baker as she tested out the massage bed. way One-Suite 51, Rehoboth True Essence Inc. is located in Beach. For more information, the Rehoboth Mall, 4493 High- call 302-644-9100. Please call to schedule a private showing. Offering elegant custom hom00 of exceptional quality.  DE 19971 302.542,6205 weatbraehomes, com I l[lfill I IllimlllmllllllO]lHIml|lllBllg 11111|115"] "  [ --7-- ]IITKIIHIIIIII"BTTT l "1 F I 1 [[ T r " -ffr]@ T"]IIB31-][ " * .... 'T*FI'TT" r T