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Relaxing at the Net cafe.

AN Internet cafe is offering massage to computer users suffering from stress while surfing the Net.

Customers at the Networx cafe in Stirling can relax after a session scanning the information superhighway and enjoy a soothing head and shoulders massage at the hands of therapist Norman MacCallum.

The technique, called champissage, comes from India and aims to relax the mind, relieve eye strain and tension and improve productivity and alertness.

Norman said: "There's increasing medical evidence to show the benefits of touch in healthcare."
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Date:Oct 24, 1999
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