Massage

The Power of Bodywork is profound. We often call massage pampering, rejuvenating, and therapeutic; it can be even more powerful than that.  It can be part of your preventative health plan. The work itself can be an important ally in improving our health and quality of life.

Receiving massage can be crucial for stress relief, and pain management. It is therefore vital that we begin to condition our attitude and incorporate it regularly into a wellness plan and routine.  Eliminating anxiety and pressure is difficult in this fast paced world.  Massage can help us cope and manage that stress with ease.

Massage is useful for For Pain and Stress Management.  Some people may need to receive one or even two treatments a week for several months to get through a trauma, injury or difficulty.  The good news is, it feels good and is good for you.  For maintenance massage, it is common to come once every 2-4 weeks.   Part of the beauty of bodywork is that it is good for many systems in the body including your musculoskeletal, endocrine, nervous, and lymphatic.  You can recover from stress of injury, trauma and hardship much faster than just taking drugs.  Unlike many western drugs, massage is good for the liver and helps eliminate  inflammation from the body in a efficient manner.

Here are just some of the many benefits of massage:

  • Decrease anxiety and depression
  • Enhance sleep quality
  • Give an overall sense of calmness
  • Improve energy and sense of well being
  • Reduce fatigue
  • Improve digestion
  • Improve concentration.
  • Increase circulation.
  • Increase recovery time from exercise and or trauma/injury
  • Significant decrease in edema and inflammation
  • Decrease in pain and tension
  • Decrease scar tissue
  • Improve alignment of the spine

Scheduling and budgeting for bodywork is beneficial on so many levels and is a true investment in your immediate and long term health.  A reasonable plan can be met by client and practitioner in a professional and caring manner.

 

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