Benefits of Massage
It is a well-known fact massage can work wonders for relaxation and stress relief, but did you know massage offered by a trained and licensed practitioner is a powerful health tool that can alleviate symptoms and promote healing for a variety of conditions? Lowering blood pressure, relieving or entirely restoring mobility following physical injury and relief for many symptoms of stress related illnesses are only a few examples of what professional massage therapy can offer.
Our therapeutic approach is based on Eastern and Western massage techniques, incorporating both science and the healing arts as part of an alternative and integrative health treatment plan.
Countless studies have revealed that massage is helpful for:
- Digestive disorders
- Stress related Insomnia
- Myofascial pain syndrome
- Soft tissue strains or injuries
- Sports injuries
- Joint pain
Massage Therapy as a Complement to Medical Treatment
From arthritis to asthma, the benefits of massage are far-reaching. Although not a replacement for conventional medical care, massage can provide relief for many specific conditions and ultimately promotes an overall sense of well-being which greatly accelerates healing from both physical and psychological ailments. Studies have shown the positive effects of massage as a complementary therapy. Patients report improved sleep, increased relaxation and relief from pain, fatigue and nausea when massage therapy was combined with conventional medical treatments.
Other benefits of massage therapy provided by our therapists include:
- Boosting of the immune system
- Decreased blood pressure
- Improved circulation (faster healing from injuries and improved and healthier skin)
- Decrease in inflammation
- Significant relief for many pre-natal and post-natal physical discomforts and stress related issues
- Increased flexibility and mobility
Give yourself the gift of massage through structured and professional therapeutic touch that helps rejuvenate the body, relax the mind and allows any individual to achieve well-being.