Massage has been shown to have a number of beneficial effects, which include reducing muscle aches and pains; reducing joint stiffness; lowering stress levels and helping with the symptoms of anxiety and depression; alleviating insomnia; helping with physical health problems such as headaches; and boosting the body’s immune system.
There are many benefits to receiving a deep tissue massage including an increase in circulation; oxygen and nutrients delivered to the deeper layers of muscles; improved mobility; reduction of aches and pains; reduction in stiffness; a feeling of spaciousness in the body and deep relaxation.
Bespoke massage treatments can be particularly effective for: Dealing with muscle tension related to work-related or postural issues, aiding recovery from injury, reducing stress, anxiety and depression, improving mood & overall wellbeing.
There are a number of potential benefits of essential oil massage. These include relief from the symptoms of anxiety and depression; improved sleep for those experiencing insomnia; reduction in menstrual pain and a soothing of the symptoms of menopause. For some, aromatherapy can also help with the symptoms of nausea.
Head, Neck and Shoulders treatment can benefit you in many ways, including reducing the recurrence of headaches and improving the condition to hair and scalp; reducing tension from the muscles aiding you to feel more comfortable in your body, improvements to sleep, aiding muscle relaxation and joint mobility, improving circulation and encouraging a deep sense of relaxation.
The benefits of relaxation massage are numerous and may include the following: Easing muscle tension, pain and stiffness eg in the lower back, reducing levels of stress, anxiety and depression, alleviating insomnia and promoting good sleep, alleviating the symptoms of some physical ailments such as headaches, boosting the immune system and the body’s natural healing processes.
There are a number of physical benefits from having a regular sports massage. These include: Increased flexibility and reduced muscle tension, improved posture, reduced pain – especially from DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) which you may experience after training, improved performance – having muscles that are mobile and relaxed means that you can perform at your best, whether it’s at the gym, on the yoga mat or on the football field.
For pregnant mums seeking to incorporate massage into their pre-natal care, massage can offer a number of benefits. These include: reduced stress and anxiety levels and improved mood regulation, reduction in muscle pain, particularly in the lumbar region and other areas of the body affected by postural changes during pregnancy, a reduction in edema (swelling around joints), around the feet, ankles, legs and hands, improvements in circulation, amelioration of sciatic pain caused by tightness in the legs and buttocks.
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