With age comes great wisdom. That’s certainly true when it comes to massage. It’s one of the oldest and most instinctive forms of healing. It’s also one of the most effective ways to loosen tight muscles and stop them from turning into injury or chronic pain.

In the long term, massage can actually prevent and ease lots of injuries and common problems of modern life like lower back and shoulder pain, shin splints, sciatica, repetitive strain injuries and tight, aching muscles, to name just a few.

With regular treatment, these benefits only increase. And as your body becomes more accustomed to massage (and your therapist gets to know your body), you’ll see and feel even more results from your treatment.

From your very first session, you’ll feel the benefits. These include:

  • relaxation
  • a better night’s sleep
  • less fatigue
  • more energy
  • rejuvenated skin
  • fewer tension headaches and migraine pain
  • a stronger immune system
  • better digestion and relieved symptoms of digestive disorders
  • reduced muscle soreness and stiffness
  • reduced joint aches and pain
  • reduced affects of PMT
  • improved circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • reduced stress and anxiety
  • improved recovery and prevention of soft tissue injuries
  • relieved chronic pain
  • improved posture and flexibility