Did you know that getting a massage does not only relief tension. A good massage can help you psychologically as well as physically. Often there are many side benefits to having a massage.
A massage therapist’s massage can help relieve certain common physical problems and help bring the body back to optimal function. It helps alleviate general muscular tension and aches, tension headaches, muscular back pain, poor circulation, stress and anxiety. A massage combats the negative effects of mid-life ageing. It keeps the body tissues and organs in a more youthful state.
Regular massages can enhance tissue elasticity and join flexibility, improve blood and lymph circulation, promote healthy skin, improve immune system while relieving muscle aches and stiffness.
One of the greatest benefits of a massage is that it balances the effects of stress in our lives and helps us avoid stress related diseases and dysfunction. It does all this by triggering the relaxation response, relaxing tense muscles, reducing your anxiety level, normalising blocked energy flow, and creating a feeling of well being. Massage therapy can also help in certain temporary or long-term situations which cause unique physical and mental challenges. Mothers-to-be, disabled or people with other challenging orthopaedic conditions benefit from the relaxing and healthy benefits of massage therapy. Massage therapy is also an excellent stimulant for the elderly and weak.
There are many different types of massages offered including Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Post Event and Pre Event Massage and a Relaxing and Stimulating Massage. All of which can make you feel like a new person.