Hello and welcome back to our Top 5 alternative Sites of the Week countdown. Beginning this week, we’ll count down the top 50 traditional alternative health sites based on popularity, starting from #50.
In our previous issues, we have covered various different fields of alternative health, which offer valuable information about natural alternative healthcare practices and natural immune health. Starting this issue, we are going to count down the top 50 sites, based on Alexa Ranking. We’ll highlight five sites each week, working our way to the top.
Site #50. Pathways to Family Wellness – Health Magazine
On the number 50 spot of our countdown, we have Pathways quarterly online health magazine. This magazine provides up-to-date wellness information, articles and resources, especially designed for practitioners, parents, educators and other interested readers like you.
This site is simple, easy and useful. You can join communities, subscribe to newsletters, and find solutions in one simple website.
The blogs we like from Pathways
Site #49. National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
Next on our list we have NCBTMB or National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. This independent private non-profit organization was founded in 1992, with a mission to define and advance the highest standards in the massage therapy and bodywork profession.
This site is run by professional and certified massage therapists, who are committed and passionate in their fields. They provide board certification courses, online examinations, and information for those who wish to learn and advance their careers in massage therapy.
Blogs we like from NCBTMB
- Breathing Exercises to Combat the Daily Grind
- Trick Or Treat: What Sugar Really Does To Your Body
- Combat The Daily Grind: Proper Lifting Techniques & Massage Therapy
Site #48. The Complete Guide to the Alexander Technique
Alexander technique is a method of getting rid of the harmful tension in your body. This site also talks about movement habits and lifestyle that improve ease and freedom of movement, balance, support and coordination.
Blogs we like from Alexander Technique
- A Simple Tool for Centering Yourself: My “Spatial Litany”
- Two Things You Should Be Clear About Each Moment You Begin To Play
- The Alexander Technique: Creating Opportunities for Change
Site #47. Herb Research Foundation
Herb Research Foundation is a knowledge-based website. It offers solid science-based information and opinion, that educates and informs people about the therapeutic uses of herbs. You are also able to read articles, blogs and view videos, check out and buy herbs from this site.
Blogs we like from Herb Research Foundation
- African Medicinal Plant Research Review
- Most popular spices
- Anti-carcinogenic and Anti-bacterial Properties of Selected Spices: Implications in Oral Health
Site #46. Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT)
This site is for professional massage therapists and also for a general audience. If you want to learn massage therapy or if you suffer from neck and back pain, you should definitely check out Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT). This website was designed and developed by Dr. Erik Dalton, PhD, in the early 80s. “The MAT program was developed as a tool to help relieve our nation’s neck/ back pain epidemic” – says Dr. Erik.
You’ll find blogs, videos, articles, workshops, certified therapists and products to help you ease neck and back pain, on this site.
Blogs we like from MAT
- Therapeutic Massage for Anterior Scalene Muscles
- Learn how to increase your salary as a massage therapist
- Learn Advanced Massage Skills with MAT CE
So, these are the top sites of our countdown from site #50 to site #46. We will continue our countdown to the top, and on our next issue we’ll highlight five more sites, so make sure to come back and check it out.
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Source: Alternative Health Concepts