The benefits of massage
- Pain relief
- Speedy recovery from injury
- Stress reduction
- Improved fitness and energy
- More restful sleep
- Improved mental clarity
- Relaxation to ensure your Future Health
Massaging soft tissue increases blood flow to the tissues and induces the production of endorphins. These natural pain killers work swiftly to block pain receptors in damaged tissue and induce a sense of wellbeing in the whole body.
Speedy Recovery From Injury
Massaging strained muscles warms up the tissues and draws nourishing blood into the area. The body 'knows' just which nutrients are required to assist in the repair of damaged muscle fibres. Massage guides the damaged cells to realign with the rest of the muscle and reduces the formation of knotty scar tissue.
The enhanced sense of wellbeing that occurs as a result of endorphin release promotes relaxation of other tense muscles. The therapist will encourage further relaxation and the ultimate release of stress during the massage session.
Improved Fitness and Energy
The release of tension from the body allows for better flexibility and greater control of body movements. Coupled with good quality exercise and an appropriate diet massage our clients experience dramatically improved fitness outcomes and enhanced performance capabilities.
More Restful Sleep
It is an almost uniform report that during the night following a good massage people experience a wonderful night's sleep.
Improved Mental Clarity
Improved blood flow, endorphin release, better sleep and reduced stress and tension are all factors in increasing one's mental clarity.
Relaxation to Ensure Your Future Health
Whilst a one-off massage is a great, stand-alone experience, there are long-term benefits available for those who opt for regular massage treatments. The regular flush of toxins from the system, the more frequent experience of good quality sleep and the ongoing reduction in stress and tension all contribute to an improved immune system. A strong immune system promotes good health.