Massage therapy is one of the most ancient forms of healing and has been around as early as 2000 BCE. There are more than 250 variations of massage and body work, which include, but is not limited to: stretching, stroking, kneading, wringing, tapping, compression, vibration, rocking, friction and pressure to the muscular structure of soft tissues of the body.
Massage therapy has many medically proven benefits that include an improved and strengthen immune system, decrease in anxiety and stress, relief of musculoskeletal problems, improve posture and circulation, promote speedy recovery from injuries, decrease in muscle tension and pain, increase in mobility and range of motion in joints, and massage therapy promotes faster skin regeneration.
Budgeting times for bodywork at consistent intervals is truly an investment to your health; and remember just because a massage feels like a pampering treat, that doesn't make it any less therapeutic. Consider massage appointments a necessary piece to your health and wellness plan and let me help you establish a treatment schedule that best suits your needs.