BENEFITS of MASSAGE
HELP RELEASE STRESS
Our day to day life can be stressful; whether it is good or bad stress, who does not want to reduce it from their life? Stress relief is key to finding the balance needed for peace of mind and a healthy lifestyle. A single therapeutic massage session can relax your muscles, increase circulation and allow your body to produce endorphins – all of which help reduce your daily stress.
KEEP THINGS FLOWING
The soft tissue manipulation during a massage therapy session moves blood and lymph fluid through congested areas of your body. This causes new blood to flow in and old blood to flow out while the lymph fluid is moved to prevent edema; therefore promote better circulation and oxygenation throughout the body.
LET'S TALK POSTURE
Like other bad habits, poor posture, when left uncorrected can and will harm you in a long run. Therapeutic massages can help correct such habit by relaxing the tight muscles and strengthening the weaker ones.
Massage helps reinforce healthy and natural movements, which can get your posture back on track for a stronger healthier more relaxed you.
WHAT ARE YOUR MASSAGE NEEDS TODAY?
Your daily stress has not only psychological but also physiological effects on you.
The anxiety caused by such stress has a lot to do with the tension you feel in your shoulders, neck and throughout your body. It can also affect your heart and your blood pressure.
Working out the muscle tension and focusing on relaxation during a massage makes chronic pain, as well as acute or short-term stress, much easier to overcome.
We offer an INTRODUCTORY session Special to First time Guests to help you find what your massage needs are.
The INTRODUCTORY session comprise a mix of Classical Deep Tissue massage, Swedish massage, Sports/ Orthopedic massage and Myofascial release techniques all combined to give you an exceptional and thorough bodywork.
BODY CONTOURING MASSAGE
WHAT IS LYPOSSAGE THERAPY?
Lypossage is the Healthy, Holistic Body Contouring Treatment.
Finally, A Body Contouring and Cellulite Treatments, That Deliver Measurable Results!
“Body contouring massage therapy was developed based on a research on lymphedema.
In the allopathic environment, techniques such as Complex Physical Therapy (CPT) and manual lymphatic drainage positively affect lymphedema. CPT comprises several approaches: manual lymphatic drainage, compression bandaging and physical therapy exercises. Deep tissue massage also has been shown to stimulate lymph flow and enhance clearance, according to researchers from Slade Hospital, Oxford, England. After reading this research, Wiltsie (creator of Lypossage) adapted CPT techniques to myofascial massage techniques to create the Lypossage protocol for healthy women. The published results showed deep tissue massage positively affects the dimension of women’s hips and thighs. Furthermore, photographs of participants showed a diminished appearance of cellulite after the procedure.
Independently, researchers from Artevelde College and the University of Ghent, Belgium, found participants who underwent Lypossage in a 2006 study showed lower LDL-cholesterol levels, higher HDL-cholesterol levels and slightly elevated triglycerides. They also noted a reduction in body mass and cellulite following Lypossage. As a result of the research, Lypossage became the cornerstone for most noninvasive, manual cellulite treatments.”
Healthy Aging Magazine | May/June 20