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If you’re looking for a professional massage therapist, you’ve come to the right place.
When was the last time you pampered yourself, relieved your stress, left your worries behind, and improved your overall well-being all at once? Unfortunately, with the stresses of everyday life, we tend to put everything and everyone above ourselves. Now it's time to make it ALL ABOUT YOU and treat yourself to a professional massage. Receiving massages regularly can relieve you of both emotional and physical stress.
With massage, the mind is made to feel calm and relaxed. Such a state of the mind is good for enhancing focus and improving concentration, thereby making the mind more creative and productive. Massage also makes the mind aware of the body, allowing it to recognize more quickly its needs and possible afflictions. By receiving massages on a regular basis you are actually helping your body to heal.
Massages are helpful in reducing tension and pain, increasing circulation, promoting relaxation, improving blood flow, relieving pressure on nerves, and restoring normal joint movement just to name a few. The therapist uses long, gliding strokes, kneading and tapping techniques on the top layer of muscles in the direction of blood flow to the heart. This may also include moving the joints gently to improve range of motion.
Massage helps remove the feeling of pain in the body by stimulating the release of endorphins, which are the body’s feel-good hormones. Another type of hormones that massage helps to release is called cortisol, which is responsible for lowering the stress levels of the body. With lowered stress levels, the body becomes more capable of healing itself. It also lowers blood pressure, allows the body to breathe more properly and lessens feelings of anxiety.