Other less known benefits include the following. You may be surprised!
This massage doesn’t hurt. It feels good (so you can relax and enjoy yourself)
It’s effective / Works quickly (so you can function with less pain today!)
We listen and are sensitive to your requests (so your needs will be met)
Pain free days
We help relieve back aches and tension so you can walk, bend and reach without pain
We help take away that nagging back pain that interferes with your restful night’s sleep
We can stop the aches in your neck from looking at a computer/cell phone all day
We can take away shoulder aches and back pain from sitting at your desk all day
Counteracts our typically sedentary life style. We sit most of the day. Think about your day hour to hour and day to day, to realize just how much sitting we do. When we sit so much, our muscles think that's where we want them to be, so they stay contracted at that length and have a hard time letting go. Massage will really help them let go and allow you to have a better range of motion and less pain.
Helps relieve anxiety and depression. Muscle tension causes aches, pains, range of motion problems, fatigue and more. All of these things can cause anxiety and depression. In addition to relieving the physical tension in the muscles, just being touched by another person in a safe, comfortable, quiet environment, can really help someone feel better, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Improves sleep. Massage can help the entire body relax. It increases circulation, which helps nourish muscles and cells of the body, and which clear away toxins and wastes. When the body is relaxed and nourished, and the spirit is calmed, restful sleep is the natural result.
Boosts Immunity. As mentioned above, increased circulation carries waste and toxins out of your body. It also nourishes your cells and muscle fibers. As your muscles are released, your body can use it's energy elsewhere, such as fighting off disease, or germs or viruses, instead of using the energy to keep those muscles tight.
Relieves headaches. Most headaches are a result of tight muscles throughout the neck, shoulders and back. When those muscles are released and the tension is gone, the headaches go with it.