Benefits

Massage feels good.

Massage increases circulation which improves the delivery of nutrients, oxygen, and arterial blood components to the local area.

Massage directly benefits restrictions to muscle tissue function.

Massage increases venous flow.

Massage can encourage lymphatic flow, preventing edema that often occurs with inactivity.

Massage loosens scar tissue.

Massage can improve muscle tone and helps prevent or delay muscular atrophy as a result or forced inactivity.

Massage can stimulate the release of endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers, into the brain and nervous system.

Massage promotes deep relaxation and stress reduction.  With the relief of tension and stress, the client feels better able to cope with daily situations.

Massage increases greater joint flexibility and range of motion.

Massage provides healthier, better nourished skin by removing dry or dead skin and allowing new tissue to form.

Massage can relieve mental and physical fatigue.

Massage strengthens the immune system and promotes disease prevention.

LOWER BLOOD PRESSUREPSYCHOLOGICAL BENEFITS

EMOTIONAL BENEFITS

PAIN MANAGEMENT

RELAXATION

POSITIVE OUTLOOK ON LIFE