Understanding the benefits of Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy has been used for centuries to ease body tension, alleviate pain, and improve muscle recovery, flexibility and circulation.
Touch is a basic human need. Massage is “structured touch” or touching with a purpose.
Touch is an essential form of healing, comfort and nourishment for body structures.
These structures, including muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia respond to touch.
Massage aids in relaxing muscles, relieving body tension and improving circulation.
Massage can also lessen pain, improve movement and muscle tone by increasing the blood supply and nutrition to specific body parts.
Regular massage can be especially helpful for individuals who are involved in regular exercise.
It can speed muscle recovery time, help loosen up stiff muscles and joints and aid in the development of healthy muscle tissue.
Massage improves circulation and helps eliminate waste and toxic debris that may build up in the body.
Massage also helps you feel refreshed and can enhance your ability to concentrate at work.