Massage is widely used to help relieve stress and anxiety; aid relaxation and restful sleep; provide clients with a bit of breathing space away from their everyday lives, to reconnect with themselves; reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness; and help relieve muscular aches and pains.
Stress and its effects are becoming an increasingly big issue in everyday life for a huge number of people. Many of our illnesses are stress related. Massage can help to reverse the cycle of stress and help to bring the body and the immune system back into a state of balance.
Massage is also accepted as an excellent tool for anyone who wants to keep their muscles performing at an optimum level, prepare for sporting events and aid recovery after events. It is highly beneficial to those involved with sports at all levels as well as those who undertake repetitive or manual work.
The many benefits of massage may include:
Reduced blood pressure
Reduced muscular tension and fatigue
Improved posture and flexibility
Relief from tension headaches, aches and pains
Relief from muscular pain and discomfort
Slower and deeper breathing
Promotion of restful sleep
Improved concentration and productivity
Relief from emotional stress, anxiety and depression