Face it. You're busy. And that's great! That's life. But you like doing more of this life you love, and regular massage helps you do that. Because massage does more than just relax the body and calm the mind. It keeps your body where it needs to be to keep you doing more.
LESS STRESS. MORE PLAYING.
Stress has a lot to do with the tension you feel in your shoulders; it can also affect your heart and your blood pressure. Working out muscle tension during a massage makes chronic pain, as well as acute or short-term stress, much easier to let go.
BETTER POSTURE. MORE CONFIDENCE.
That bad posture can quickly become a bad habit – massage loosens muscles and joints to reinforce the body's natural movements.
INCREASED CIRCULATION. MORE RELAXATION.
Muscle tension constricts your circulation – massage helps release those chronically tense and tightened muscles to increase blood flow and help flush toxins out of your body.
When your body needs a break
Good for overall body care and maintenance, your therapist may use a light technique called Swedish massage to help relieve stress-related tension and pain.
When life brings aches, pains, or injuries
Your therapist will assess your body's areas of tightness and muscle tension and target the specific muscles, or trigger points, causing the most discomfort or pain.
When you suffer from injuries or chronic pain
Good for breaking up areas of intense muscle tightness and lasting effective relief, deep tissue pressure to break up troublesome muscle areas.
When muscles are worked hard
Regular massage can help balance the active routine of sports enthusiasts and regular gym goers by loosening tight or overworked muscles to release built up lactic acid and speed recovery from workouts and injuries.
When feet feel sore & tired
Overuse of feet can cause ankle and arch pain, including plantar faciitis and arthritis. Your therapist may use reflexology for targeted restoration.
When chronic neck pain limits mobility
Sitting at a desk or in a car for long periods of time? Your therapist can target these areas of commonly held tension to relieve pressure and improve range of motion.
When you're expecting
If you need relief from headaches and backaches during pregnancy, your therapist will use prenatal massage techniques to help restore some of your energy and improve sleep.
When your body begins to feel a bit of its age
Sometimes your body needs a little tune up to improve circulation, restore balance, flexbility and overall pain. Your therapist can use geriatric masage techniques to help you feel more yourself.
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