Have you been having trouble sleeping lately? If you’ve answered yes, you should consider coming into the clinic for a massage therapy appointment. Massage has been proven to help reduce restlessness, and treat those experiencing insomnia. Routine massage therapy appointments are a great remedy for those experiencing trouble with their sleeping patterns. continue reading
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There are few things as relaxing as receiving a massage. Massage therapy is known worldwide for its rejuvenating, calming and soothing properties. Even the smallest of massage sessions can solve many of your health problems. Massage is known to promote healthy blood flow, soothe muscle tension and aches, reduce stress and speed up the recovery process for certain injuries. In addition to these well-known properties of massage, there are some facts about massage that few know about. Check out the three things you never knew about massage.
1. There are more than a hundred types of massages
There isn’t just one type of massage technique. There are actually over hundreds of different types of massages. Each massage practitioner specializes in certain types of massage treatment and can offer you different massage options when you book an appointment. A few of examples of different types of massages include: deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, Shiatsu, pediatric massage and Balinese. Chances are there is a massage treatment that fits your needs. Contact your local licensed massage practitioner today to find out more about which type of massage is right for you.
2. Massage is for all ages
Massage is for everyone. Yep, that’s right, from young children to senior citizens, massage therapy can work wonders for all age groups. Massage therapy doesn’t cater to a specific body type, shape or size, it can be very useful to everyone. Healing and healthy touch is extremely beneficial for the well-being of all types of people. The rejuvenative and relaxing properties of massage are waiting for you, contact your local licensed massage practitioner today to tap into them.
3. Massage elevates your mood and makes you happy
It really does! Massage has been proven to elevate happiness levels within those who receive regular massage therapy appointments. This is due to massage releasing mood-altering chemicals throughout the body. These mood-altering chemicals are called endorphins, and when your body receives a rush of endorphins it increases your overall feelings of happiness. This is why massage is a great cure for stress, depression and anxiety. Consider getting massage therapy today to get yourself mentally back on track!
Cold and flu season is in full swing, and you know what that means, it’s time to stock up on tissues and those over-the-counter medicines you normally use to combat the nasty little germs trying to bring you down this winter. But, did you know that booking a massage therapy appointment can be just the perfect way to stay healthy this cold season? continue reading
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Are you experiencing lumbar pain? Does physical activity now feel like a chore? Don’t let lower back pain cripple you, seek massage therapy to correct your low back pain and get you back to the active lifestyle you are used to living. Check out why massage therapy may just be the right treatment for your low back pain. continue reading
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An interesting way to get the most out of your massage therapy session is to incorporate the beneficial properties of essential oils into your treatment plan. Essential oils can work wonders on the body when combined with massage. Each essential oil has their own distinctive properties that work on different parts of the body, mind and spirit. There are many different essential oils that can be incorporated into a massage session, but there are also a few essential oils recommended to get you the most out of your massage.
As always with massage therapy, it is recommended to receive multiple treatment sessions in order to reap the most rejuvenating and healing effects possible. Check out the five essential oils you should ask for at your next massage therapy session. continue reading