People have been enjoying massage as far back as the pharaohs of ancient Egypt. Though massage has been thought of in the past as strictly for relaxation or as a "luxury" item enjoyed by the elite, it has become an integral part of the healthcare plan for many hard working people like you and me. As society "speeds up" our stresses increase and with stress comes muscular soreness, headaches, anxiety, and pain. More and more, people no longer ask themselves "can I afford a massage," but instead ask themselves "can I afford not to have a massage?"
Massage can help:
- Decrease pain such as low back pain, neck pain, headaches, or shoulder pain
- Reduce anxiety and relieve symptoms associated with stress
- Increase circulation
- Increase joint range of motion
- Reduce muscular tension and soreness
- Boost the immune system
- Promote healing
People who suffer from sciatica, cervical radiculopathy, bulging disc, whiplash, TMJ syndrome, fibromyalgia, depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, immune dysfunction, carpal tunnel syndrome, and anxiety, to name a few, can all benefit from therapeutic massage as part of a healthcare plan monitored by a qualified physician. Last but not least, those who suffer from the everyday stresses and aches and pains of life can also receive a tremendous benefit from massage.
I hope to see you soon for a massage. You will enjoy the lasting benefits to body, mind and soul.
Late I love but quietness. Things of this world are no more my concern. Looking back, I’ve known no better plan than this: returning to the grove.
Pine breezes loosen my robe. Mountain moonbeams play my lute. What, you ask, is final truth?
The fisherman’s song strikes deep into the bank.