Massage offers a drug-free non-invasive and humanistic approach based on the bodies natural ability to heal itself.
Massage works on the body’s nervous and muscular systems to counteract the body’s response to stress. It turns off the body’s “fight or flight” response produced by excessive stress and this will encourage cell repair.
Massage relaxes muscular tension and allows the heart rate, blood pressure and circulation to return to normal.
Massage releases endorphins; the body’s own pain killer and mood elevator.
Massage is a science. Its therapeutic effects have been tested and documented in scientific research.
Massage is an art. It reaches its highest form through a therapist who loves the work and responds with all of her skills to what she feels the body needs.
Increases circulation of blood which pumps oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs and increased circulation of lymph fluid which assists in removing metabolic toxins form tissues and therefore will enhance immunity.
Decreases stiffness by increasing muscle and joint flexibility and range of motion.
Diminishes chronic pain.
Reduces recovery time for strenuous workouts.
Enhances athletic performance.
Assists in recovery from injuries and illness
Promotes restful sleep.
Promotes deeper and easier breathing.
Helps improve posture.
Reduces tension headaches and tension related to eye strain.