Massage

Massage Therapy for Depression

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Frequently thought of as a luxury, massages are much more than that, they should be considered an integral part of therapy. Not only can massage help relieve aches and pains, but they can help with mental conditions like anxiety, stress and depression. continue reading »

7 Ways to Improve Energy Using Massage

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Massage therapy has been around for centuries. The ancient texts of many languages, including Chinese, Indian, Greek and Egyptian mention it. While the exact roots of massage therapy are unknown, it is known that getting regular massages is beneficial for the recipients. Massage can treat everything from aches and pains, digestive issues, insomnia and more. continue reading »

5 Reasons You Need Massage Today

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The American Massage Therapy Association took a survey recently to find out why people get massage. What they found was 72 percent of those surveyed claim their primary reason for receiving a massage was because it was medically advised, or to relieve stress. And the growing research behind massage supports this therapy. Is indeed has numerous health benefits. Depending on what is needed, a massage can help relieve pain, improve posture, reduce stress and relax muscles.

Here are five reasons why EVERYBODY needs to get a massage: continue reading »

Why You Need to Get Massage Therapy this Fall

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As summer unwinds and fall begins, it’s time for us to allow our bodies to do the same.

Typically, summer is the most active of all seasons. The kids are out of school, vacations are aplenty, the weather is consistently nice and we participate in a slew of outdoor activities we normally don’t throughout the rest of the year. With all this going on at once, we expend a lot of energy. It isn’t surprising that some of us tend to feel tired by summer’s end. continue reading »

Myofascial Release

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Myofascial release is a great way to restore motion to the body. This massage technique works on relieving pain and restoring range of motion to your body, by gently massaging the body’s myofascial connective tissues. continue reading »