Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage is made of of gentle to deep tissue pressure and applied accordingly. The aim is to release muscle spasms caused through exercise or stress, which in turn can help prevent injury, break down scar tissue, help eliminate the build up of lactic acid and aid in the recovery of an injury or after exercise. Sports Massage or deep tissue is the name for a common modality used which helps prepare the athlete before and after the event. This same therapy can be used on anyone that requires muscle tension release, increase range of motion, reduce trigger points, and the common injury of sciatic nerve entrapment.

Therapeutic massage is also great for those that experience migraines, repetitive motion injuries, muscle spasm, improves posture, etc...

Receiving regular massage and bodywork helps relieve pregnancy's unique aches and pains caused by extra weight, changing structural alignment, and hormones--not to mention the demands of work, home and family, Taking the time to relax and release held tension ensures more energy and a greater sense of well-being throughout your pregnancy.

Massage therapy improves circulation--which means better nutrition for you and the baby, as well as decreased swelling and varicose veins. Regular massage improves posture, muscle tone and flexibility, training your body for labor. As you learn to recognize and release tight muscles, you will feel better prepared for the demands of active birthing. Studies have shown that regular massage in pregnancy contributes to shorter, less painful labor and can reduce labor complications, medication, and interventions.

Known Benefits of Foot Reflexology:

  • Improves blood circulation:
    Sitting too long and not wearing the proper shoes daily can stop the proper blood flow. Ten minutes of foot massage daily helps in transporting oxygen to the body’s cells, which is essential for overall health.
  • Helps in relaxation:
    Massage and reflexology of 5 to 10 minutes before going to bed can improve feelings of general well-being.
  •  Promotes better sleep:
    A soothing and relaxing foot massage improves the blood circulation. Helps to end your day better and get a better sleep too.
  • Relieves body pains:
    This is the best part of reflexology. By treating your feet, therapy is treating reflex points that corresponds to organs and body parts that need attention, such as headaches, migraines, neck pain, lower and upper backaches.
  • Improves mood and fights depression:
    Certain points on the feet are helpful in alleviating depression symptoms. Massaging these points or applying pressure to them for a few minutes 2 or 3 times a day can help relieve symptoms of depression.

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Massage was used in ancient Greece and Rome, as well as in the earliest civilizations in China, Japan, Egypt and India. Once considered an "alternative" medicine, massage therapy is recommended by many medical professionals to patients suffering from anxiety, sciatica, fibromyalgia, stress, athletic injury and general soreness. According to the Mayo Clinic, massage has also been found to be helpful for those undergoing cancer treatments to ease their anxiety, pain and fatigue.

Here are a few disorders that benefit from regular full body massage:

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