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  Touch: massage in schools 5 May 2004  
How can massage help primary school pupils?

In recent years touch has come to be something of a dirty word. Such is the fear of claims of abuse that, especially at school, it's off limits. But in the attempt to eradicate bad touch have we lost the benefits of positive contact? 

Philippa Budgen visits a primary school in South London where they've invited in a massage therapist not for the benefit of stressed out teachers, but for the students. 

Association for Massage in Schools


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