Regular massage is clinically proven to reduce chronic stress and pain During your massage session, relaxation begins to permeate your body. Your mind becomes more peaceful, muscles relax to a natural state of rest and your daily anxieties slowly subside. As you relax, you may even notice slower deep breathing, reduced pressure in the head and low-back pain recedes. Like many of us, you may have experienced those times when a single massage provided amazing, short-term relief from pain or stress. But as you returned to your normal activities, the chronic pain and tension came creeping back over time, contributing to headaches or flare-ups of fibromyalgia, TMJD or old injuries..
13 Sep 2013
13 Sep 2013
Research demonstrates many benefits from massage Therapeutic massage has been used for stress and pain relief around the world throughout the ages. As long ago as the 5th century Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, wrote, “the physician must be experienced in many things, but assuredly also in rubbing.” Modern research, such as studies by the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami Medical School, have demonstrated that massage is extraordinary in its ability to reduce the effects of stress and promote well-being. Respond to daily stress with grace and balance. Therapeutic massage has become well known as one of the best ways to deal with the overload of.