Alternative Medicine

Why massage therapy?

The interest in massage therapy has steadily increased in the last 20 years. A healing art that's been around since ancient times, massage therapy offers an unlimited number of benefits that can touch each person individually.

Massage therapy provides numerous therapeutic benefits for health, fitness and mental well-being. Massage helps improve the body's circulation, increases blood and lymph flow, stimulates the nervous system and affects internal organs as well as all of the muscles.

Massage therapy is a healing art that encompasses the manipulation of soft tissues, positively affecting and improving health and well-being. There are many styles of massage, including: Bodywork, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Neuromuscular, Esalen (Swedish), Deep Tissue, Circulatory, Sports and Cranial-Sacral.

Because there are so many different styles of massage it's important to find the massage therapist that offers the style that best fits your needs, in order for you to get the most from your session. Massage therapy can relieve muscle tension, strain, soreness and strain, as well as insomnia, arthritis, bursitis, headaches, digestive problems, stress, anxiety, depression and much more.

Not only does massage feel good, help you relax, improve your range of motion and relax your muscles, it can also enhance your overall health and well-being.

Therapeutic massage may not be appropriate for some individuals. It's always important to consult with your doctor before you receive a massage, especially for those individuals with infectious diseases, certain forms of cancer, skin problems, phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) and cardiac conditions.

Visit with The American Massage Association to learn more about the benefits of massage.

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