Massage is a soothing, rejuvenating, and ancient therapy that uses degrees of pressure on different focal points of the body to promote both relaxation and healing. Massage can tackle a variety of different physical ailments by reducing muscle pain and alleviating discomfort, and also relieves stress, energizes, and restores balance to the body and mind.
Aside from being an ancient practice going back several millenia, the use of massage for various types of therapy is common and widespread today. Massage is practiced in both the spiritual and medical fields, used to treat mental and physical ailments alike, and can be administered as a one-time or routine treatment.
Our licensed massage therapists can treat a specific area of your body or provide whole body treatment, depending on the focus of the therapy. The practitioner can use different motions, degrees of pressure, and speeds on both the superficial and deeper layers of your muscles and tissue. Massage can focus on the head, face, limbs, hands and feet as much as on the neck and torso.
Even if you are using massage as a physical therapy to treat an injury, relieve muscle tension, or alleviate recurring aches or pain, you should find that massage therapy also achieves the following:
- Relieves anxiety
- Induces a state of mental calm
- Reduces depression
- Lowers blood pressure and heart rate
- Increases circulation
- Provides long-term pain relief
- Boosts energy
No matter what type of massage you choose, you’ll find complete relaxation at the hands of our skilled massage therapists in our soothing, peaceful environment.