Not only does massage make you feel great, but scientific evidence proves why.

HERE’S WHAT MASSAGE DOES:

  •     Stimulates circulation so essential to the nourishment of your cells
  •     Relaxes tight or sore muscles; improves muscle tone
  •     Increases motion and flexibility of your joints so that energy and blood can flow through your nerves and arteries
  •     Eliminates wastes and toxins such as lactic acid (produced by muscles during exercise)
  •     Keeps your vital nerve endings open and supportive of other nerve cells
  •     Strengthens overall immune system
  •     Lowers anxiety and stress hormones
  •     Increases productivity and efficiency
  •     Enhances well-being through positive touch
  •     Reduces blood pressure
  •     Raises mood-elevating brain chemicals, such as serotonin

SPECIFIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS AIDED BY MASSAGE ARE:

  •     Allergies
  •     Arthritis
  •     Asthma & bronchitis
  •     Carpal tunnel syndrome
  •     Chronic conditions, such as fibromyalgia and scoliosis
  •     Depression
  •     Digestive disorders
  •     Headache, esp. related to tension; migraines
  •     Insomnia
  •     Recovery from surgeries, accidents, or other traumatic events
  •     Sinusitis
  •     Sports injuries
  •     TMJ (noise and/or pain in the jaw joint)

Massage benefits are greatest with regular treatments, rather than waiting until your body feels pain or stress due to underlying conditions. Enjoy optimum health benefits through preventive care.

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