Massage for Health and Performance

Assists in recovery from injuries and illness by decreasing restrictions such as scar tissue formations

Directly stimulates the nervous system and can be used to release chronic tension or holding patterns in the body

Releases trigger points and relieves referral pain

Bring attention to the injured area to combat maladaptive changes

Lowers heart rate and blood pressure

Reduces tension headaches

Reduces mental stress and improves concentration

Helps in releasing emotions stored in the body

Strengthens the immune system

Improves joint flexibility and increase range of motion

Aids the lymphatic system by encouraging the flow of lymph

Improves the condition of the skin by increasing the flow of nourishing blood to the surface as well as exfoliating old skin cells and sebum

Helps prevent atrophy in muscles that are inactive

Provides relief for tension and stress that affect the physical, mental, and emotional well being of the receiver

Stimulates endorphins, which helps to relieve pain and discomfort

Promotes restful sleep