It's been in the back of our minds for weeks now, building to a crescendo, taking a toll on our wallets and our moods. The holidays, as wonderful as they may be, can be a huge source of stress. How do you manage the social obligations requiring you to show your face, big-ticket items to purchase, extended family members to visit, and everyday work stresses and personal life pressures? Our heads hurt just thinking about it! What we need is a good massage. But who has time for that? Well, if you've got two working hands, you do! While professional massages are never a bad thing, you can perform one on yourself. Your very own healing hands are all you need to effectively stave off anxiety and dropping energy levels, according to New York City's Dr. Dot. Known as the "rock 'n' roll masseuse," Dr. Dot (born Dorothy Stein) married her musical obsessions with her lifelong massage practice, earning her PG-rated, working backstage access after her favorite bands' concerts. Over the last two decades, she has become the backstage massage therapist of choice for pop music's top talents — think: Katy Perry, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Mick Jagger, and Robert Plant. Dr. Dot walks us through four of her signature self-healing moves that we can use in the check-out line, while stuck in traffic, or in the bathroom at your in-laws' house (and you can watch her demonstrate them on YouTube!).