Do you change the oil in your car and check the fluids and tires every 3000 miles so that your vehicle runs smoothly and will last a lifetime? Or do you run it into the ground, never taking care of it? What happens when you don't take care of your vehicle? I'll tell you what happens, eventually it doesn't run smooth anymore. It begins to fall apart and bog down. It wears out sooner and becomes a hindrance in your life. It is no longer easy to get from point A to point B. Why the vehicle analogy? Our bodies are our vehicle. It is what we operate on a daily basis. What we wake up in the morning with and what we go to bed with at night. Are you taking care of your body? Do you eat right and exercise? Fantastic if so. However, are you repairing your body? Do you change the oil and check the gages and fluids to keep it running smoothly for a lifetime? Unlike our cars and trucks, we cannot just go down to the local dealer and trade in our bodies when they wear out. Our bodies are the only ones we get, so why not take great care of them?
Regular massage is a body maintenance. It is not a luxury or a treat. It is simply taking care of the vehicle you have so that it runs smooth and healthy for years to come. It is a manual fiber manipulation of your muscles to work out the knots and break up the appendages that you get from daily grind on your body. Massage increases blood flow and oxygen to your muscles, enhancing the body's natural healing process. The benefits of massage are endless including but not limited to reducing your blood pressure, reduces stress and pain, and helps with muscle tension. According to the Mayo clinic, studies show that massage may be helpful with disorders such as anxiety, eating disorders, headaches, Fibromyalgia, sports injuries, insomnia related to stress and many many more.
Call today to book your appointment and we will discuss how to meet your personal needs so that your massage is helping you in the most beneficial way possible.