Benefits of Massage: Understanding the importance of pampering yourself

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Benefits of Massage

Massage therapy performed on a healthy person increases muscle flexibility, relaxation and decreases stress levels. The most profound changes from massage seem to occur in areas of the body that have experienced tension or injury. The mental aspects of massage include overall stress relief and evokes the feelings of well-being.

Attributes of massage50% Off Choice of Massage

  • Increases blood circulation
  • Improves range of motion
  • Relaxes and eases tight and sore muscles
  • Relieves pain from injury
  • Strengthens the immune system                                                                Hot Stone Massage
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Relieves stress and aids relaxationUp to 50% Off Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massages
  • Promotes activation of endorphins
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Alleviates fatigue
  • Enhances feelings of well-being
  • Foster deeper and easier breathing

How often are massages given              Therapeutic Massage

Every person has different needs, usually massages are given once a week, every 3 weeks or once a month.  For effectiveness massages should be given every 2 weeks so that the muscles get acclimated to relieving stress, anxiety and calming the nervous system.

Types of Massages

Swedish– Its relaxing and increases blood circulation along with reducing tension and achy muscles.

Deep Tissue– Emphasizes the muscle relaxation and allows ease of motion and movement.

Hot Stone- Extremely effective for releasing stress and tightness of muscles, the heat from the stones relaxes the stiffness from the muscles producing more flexibility.

Check out your local Day Spas and get a massage today. You will be glad that you did. Readers, I ‘d like to hear from you. Recommend your favorite place for massage treatments.

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