Massage increases the blood supply and nutrition to muscles without adding to their load of toxic lactic acid, produced through voluntary muscle contraction. Massage also helps overcome fatigue from strenuous exercise or injury. It can help compensate for lack of exercise and muscular contraction in people who because of injury, illness or age are force to remain inactive. In these cases, massage helps return venous blood to the heart and eases the strain on this vital organ.
Concentrates on specific areas of discomfort (head, neck, low back)
Combination of Swedish and Circulatory Techniques
Combination of Deep Tissue Massage, Acupressure, CranioSacral therapy and other techniques to relieve stress, headaches, neck, shoulder and low back pain.
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Therapeutic massage has a tranquilizing effect on the central nervous system. The effects felt are naturally induced by the body's own pain killers called endorphins. This a direct aid in dealing with overstressed lifestyles present in our society.
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Research done by organizations like the Mayo Clinic and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork confirm that massage helps in the relief of stress, anxiety, depression and pain. Other benefits include: lowering blood pressure, enhancing the function of joint and muscles, improving circulation and general body tone, and improved immune system function.