Why You Should Get a Massage

We are giving busy people everywhere permission to schedule a personal massage. Why?

There are many reasons that you, no matter who you are, should be getting a massage regularly. One of the biggest and most obvious reasons that a massage should be a regular part of your life is because of how relaxing and stress relieving it is. We all know that life is stressful and demanding. What you may not realize, however, is how much that stress affects your physical body. Massage is an amazing way to de-stress and unwind after a busy week. When life is stressful our muscles quickly reflect our stress by becoming tense and knotted up. A massage can release the tension in your muscles in as little as a 30 minute session.  A massage will not only relax your body, but it will also relax your mind. There is no value that can be given to having a mind that is relaxed and at peace even in the midst of a chaos and stress.


There are many proven physical health benefits to getting a massage. Our bodies are constantly collecting harmful substances and toxins that are damaging to our health. One of the greatest benefits of a deep tissue massage is that it can help to release some of the harmful substances and toxins that have embedded themselves into our muscles. As the toxins are freed from our muscles we can flush them out of our bodies much easier simply by drinking a lot of water. The benefits of removing toxins from your body are nearly endless. Cancers and other serious health issues can be caused by a buildup of harmful toxins, so taking the time to get a deep tissue massage can be one of several ways to make your life healthier and longer.


Massages have also been proven to reduce anxiety, manage low-back pain, help fibromyalgia pain, lower blood pressure, increase range of motion and enhance exercise performance.

We know life is busy but making a 60-minute massage appointment has too many benefits not be part of your wellness plan.  Invest in your health!



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