WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MASSAGE THERAPY?
How many times do you wake up in the morning feeling like you woke up on the wrong side of bed? Sore and tired muscles from your 9-hour deskbound job?
There are numerous health and wellbeing benefits to massage therapy besides just the feeling of relaxation. This includes:
- Pain relief, reduced anxiety and depression, and reduced blood pressure, heart rate.
- Prevents the formation of adhesions and helps reduction of inflammation and swelling in joints and soft tissue.
- Improves muscle tone and delays muscle atrophy resulting from inactivity.
- Helps to release endorphins “the feel good” factor and improve sleep and relieve tension headaches.
In summary massage assists the body’s natural ability to heal itself PLUS it makes you feels great!!!
It is recommended that you consult a doctor before going to a massage therapist for specific conditions which may not be related to soft tissue.
The Two Type Of Massages We Provide Are:
Massage is beneficial to individuals who are suffering from pain from
Chronic issues such as
- Back or Neck Pain
- Shoulder stiffness
- Postural Alignment problem
Acute pain as a result of injuries, such as
- Sports injuries
This a very effective way to prevent and treat muscle injuries, pain, and soreness.
Remedial massage is designed to treat both deep and superficial tissues to normalize the body’s muscles and soft tissues and relieve pain. The therapist uses their anatomy and physiology knowledge to provide correct assessment and appropriate treatment to the client.
Having regular sports massage can help to prevent injuries caused by constant build up of tension in the muscles due to regular physical activity.
PRE-EVENT SPORTS MASSAGE
Having sports massage 30 minutes to 24 hours prior a sports event, helps to increase the athlete’s flexibility, blood circulation and mental clarity to improve performance.
POST-EVENT SPORTS MASSAGE
This massage focus on relaxing the muscles thus improving blood circulation, reduce recovery time. This helps the athlete to return to sport at quickest possible time without the usual stiffness and soreness.