Commit to Your Wellbeing!
Experience Pain Relief with the
Help of Massage Therapy .
What Can Massage Do for You?
Dan Miller, nationally-known speaker, life coach, and best-selling author of the book 48 Days to the Work You Love says this about the benefits of massage therapy in his life:
“As more and more people work while sitting down, the level of stress and tight muscles increases….Joanne and I get massages every Friday afternoon….Joanne and I consider this an essential part of our health maintenance not some extravagant luxury, but a legitimate method of removing toxins and stress from our busy lives.”
Massage is an ancient method of healing
that involves manipulating the body’s soft tissue that is intended to fight fatigue, reduce stress and improve circulation.
It has also proven beneficial in dealing with a variety of chronic conditions, such as low back pain, arthritis, bursitis, fatigue, high blood pressure, diabetes, immunity suppression, infertility, smoking cessation, depression, and more.
Benefits of Massage Therapy
- Increase circulation, allowing the body to pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, including the body’s largest organ—the skin.
- Stimulate the flow of lymph, the body’s natural defense system against toxic invaders.
- Relax and soften injured and overused muscles.
- Reduce muscle spasms and cramping.
- Increase joint flexibility.
- Reduce recovery time, help prepare for strenuous workouts and eliminate subsequent pains for athletes at any level.
- Release endorphins—the body’s natural painkiller—which is being used in chronic illness, injury and recovery from surgery to control and relieve pain.
- Reduce post-surgery adhesions (scar tissue) and edema (swelling) and reduce and realign scar tissue after healing has occurred (as part of the body’s natural healing process) and can shorten the timeframe for healing.
- Improve range-of-motion and decrease discomfort for clients with low back pain and other muscle limitations.
- Relieve pain for migraine sufferers and decreases the need for medication.
- Provide exercise and stretching for atrophied muscles and reduces shortening of the muscles for those with restricted range of motion.
What Are You Waiting For?
Massage relieves stress and tension from the day to day, but in conjunction with your healthcare regimen, it can keep you healthier and less prone to disease in the long run. It’s never too late to experience the benefits of massage, so make an appointment for an experience you will not regret.