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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1985 | Jane Galbraith \f7
Two women arrested on suspicion of prostitution at Coast Shiatsu massage parlor on West Coast Highway were released Friday on $1,500 bail each. Taken into custody at about 10 p.m. Thursday were employees In Hang Ma, 29, of Anaheim and Kwang Ok Newman, 39, of Santa Ana.
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HEALTH
December 22, 1997
It's a doctor's visit with a difference at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine, where traditional Western medicine and Eastern techniques, such as massage and acupuncture, come together. Above, Dr. Jun Liang Yu, with Dr. Ka Kit Hui, massages a patient who has symptoms of chronic fatigue. Yu--who is both physician and massage therapist--says the method is not designed simply to soothe and relax but to treat ailments such as chronic pain by applying pressure to specific points.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 2009 | SANDY BANKS
It's been a PR campaign on overdrive, aimed at flinging open the doors of pricey spas to the belt-tightening Costco crowd. "The spa lifestyle is not only essential to maintaining one's health and well-being, but it's now available and affordable to everyone," claimed one of the Spa Week campaign's numerous e-mails, touting cut-rate spa treatments as the antidote for our wrinkle-creating economic worries. I started to hit delete, then thought: Can't we all use a little TLC right now?
ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 2010 | By Sari Heifetz Stricke
OK, we know moms love the homemade stuff like plaster handprints and God's eyes, and breakfast in bed is well-intentioned, but what mom would really like is an hour or two at the spa. Really. And in L.A., it's so easy. Present mom with a rejuvenating spa treatment or enjoy a mother-daughter experience at one of L.A.'s soothing city retreats. The Spa at the Beverly Wilshire Experience l-u-x-u-r-y at this secluded haven within the walls of the newly updated 1928 hotel. Send mom for a dip in the Aromatherapy Crystal Steam Room, Ice Fountain and Experience Shower before a complimentary 15-minute Nuface micro-current lifting treatment (value at $65)
OPINION
January 24, 2010
'The medium is the massage," quipped Marshall McLuhan, long before 24-7 cable, tweeting or iPhones. Cartoonists (whose own medium has changed little since cavemen drew on walls) are quick to exploit, extol or excoriate other media if the massage rubs us the wrong way. Bill Schorr's headline horseman broadcasted the Massachusetts election results the old-fashioned way. Mike Keefe's blustering, quaking radio ranter rushed to bad judgment. And Jeff Koterba's self-congratulatory corporate conspirators couldn't wait to disseminate free speech.
BOOKS
July 2, 1989
In his essay on Marshall McLuhan, Thomas Cahill states that "virtually everybody admits to not having finished any of his books. . . ." I certainly believe that Cahill is included. To refer to his most famous work, "The Medium is the Massage," as "The Medium is the Message" is to say very little regarding Cahill's undertaking of the work. Aye, there's the rub! S. R. GROSSLIGHT MANHATTAN BEACH
NEWS
May 21, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
The Time Warner Center in the curve of Columbus Circle in New York City houses markets, restaurants and shops -- what better combination of services for shopping and relaxing? A free pass is available with discounts and freebies for dining and shopping at the center as well as packages that add a massage or museum tickets. The deal: The VIP Shopping Pass applies to the center's Shops at Columbus Circle and the Restaurant and Bar Collection. Some examples: a free appointment with a stylist at J Crew, $50 off purchase of $250 or more at C. Wonder and a free glass of wine with a reservation at Dizzy's Club Coca Cola.
MAGAZINE
May 9, 1999 | DEANNE STILLMAN
I don't know about you, but I'm damn happy that Hawaii is a state. You don't need a passport to have a vacation there, and the tropical wonderland has provided us with a treasure trove of riches. There's surfing, for one. There's the macadamia nut, for another, satisfying in its own right, but even better when transmuted into a coffee flavor. Then there's the pineapple, without which we would not have those many "surprise" desserts.
NEWS
January 3, 1995 | C.A. WEDLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pedicures are simply good grooming, not extravagances. --Mom Wedlan Feet respond well to a massage because there are so many muscles which help withstand stress. --Rob Landel, assistant professor of clinical physical therapy, USC I chanced upon a top-notch salon in Pasadena. Relaxation began at the doorsill with classical music, followed by Victorian furnishings, flowers, chandeliers, and a ceiling covered stratus-fashion with material. Gayana, the owner, said: "My clients come in very stressed.
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