Benefits of Massage


Most cultures in the world have a tradition of massage as a means to treat pain and maintain health. Whether you are in Japan, India, Western Europe, Russia or Sweden, massage is considered an important form of health care.

Physical Benefits:

Alleviate low back pain

Ease medication dependence

Enhance immunity by stimulating lymph flow

Exercise weak, tight or atrophied muscles

Help athletes of any level prepare for and recover from strenuous workouts

Help recover from whiplash and shoulder tension that could have started with an accident years before.

Help the nervous system heal, including those who have fibromyalgia

Improve posture

Increase joint flexibility and range of motion

Promote tissue regeneration, reducing scar tissue and stretch marks

Improve circulation by pumping oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs

Reduce post surgery adhesions and swelling

Reduce spasms and cramping

Reduce blood pressure

Relax overused muscles

Release endorphins – amino acids that work as the body’s natural painkiller.

Release chronic muscular tension and pain

Relieve migraine pain

 

Emotional Benefits:

Create an overall sense of wellbeing

Decreased anxiety and depression

Enhanced sleep quality

Greater energy

Improved concentration

Recover from emotional trauma such as PTSD

Reduce the effects of stress

Reduce fatigue

Relaxation