Therapeutic Massage has been around for over 3000 years, but there has never been a more important time for massage than now, with people sitting at their desks for long hours working at their computers, the poor economy causing additional stress and people taking jobs that their bodies are not used to, to name a few.
The Value of a Massage
Eases low-back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain
Increases range of motion
Stimulates lymph flow—the body’s natural defense system.
Stretches weak and tight muscles
Prepares the athlete and helps recover him or her from vigorous exercise
Improves joint flexibility
Lessens depression and anxiety
Reduces spasms and cramping
Relaxes and softens injured, tired, and overused muscles
Relieves migraine pain
Relaxed muscles improve posture
Provides relaxation and stress relief producing a sense of well-being