Benefits of Massage

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Helps relieve tension - related headaches and effects of eye-strain

Enhances your health and nourishes the skin

Improves your posture and treats musculoskeletal problems

Helps with post operative rehabilitation

                        - reduces post-surgery adhesions and swelling ( edema) in joints and tissues

Promotes a relaxed state of mind, mental peace and alertness

Enhances well-being, relieves mental stress, tension, stiffness, tight muscles and insomnia


Improves ability to monitor stress signals and respond appropriately

Enhances capacity for calm thinking and creativity

Satisfies the need for a caring nurturing touch

Creates body awareness

Enhances faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments;
                        - reduces pain and swelling ( edema)
                        - reduces formation of excessive scar tissue

                        - reduce chronic fatigue syndrome

Enhances athletic performance; treats injuries caused during by sports or work

Promotes deeper and easier breathing

                        - reduce bronchitis

                        - reduce sinusitis

                        - reduce chronic inflammations

Reduces  high blood pressure

Improves low-back pain

Assist with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers

Helps pain killers dependence by releasing endorphins ( the body’s natural painkiller )

Enhances immunity by stimulating lymph flow — the body’s natural defense system

                       - reduce  Lyme Disase, Fibromyalgia, etc


Stretches out weak, tight, or atrophied muscles

Helps prepare athletes for (and recover from) workouts and marathons

Increases joint flexibility and range of motion

Lessens depression and anxiety

Promotes tissue regeneration, reducing scar tissue and stretch marks

Improves circulation of the blood

Reduces spasms and cramping

Relaxes and softens injured, tired and overused muscles

Relieves migraines