Reduces or Eliminates Pain
Beyond feeling good during the session, massage also helps your body release endorphins (pain-killing hormones) that help promote healing, pain management, and feelings of euphoria long after you’ve gone home.
Promotes Muscle Relaxation
It’s no secret that during a massage your muscles will melt like warm butter, but what many people don’t realize is that it can help them stay relaxed long after you’ve changed and gone home. Massage promotes circulation to tight muscles to reduce stiffness and edema (swelling) in the muscles and joints, as well as increases flexibility to help address the underlying cause of your painful muscles
Weather you spend your work-day hunched over a computer, standing, or performing a repetitive task, it can be easy to pick up bad posture habits. Your poor posture can irritate your muscles causing them to pull your further into your poor posture. Loosening your muscles through massage will helps to reset those tight muscles to their natural position helping you to break your bad posture habits.
For your muscles to work at their best they need to have a fresh supply of blood and oxygen. Massage therapy helps to increase the oxygen flow throughout the body by relaxing your tense muscles. When oxygen flows more efficiently, this helps to decrease muscle fatigue helping you to have more energy for work and play.