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Relieve stress Relieve pain
Decrease blood pressure Increase blood circulation
Enhance immune response Tone muscles
Increase range of motion Release toxins
Enhance overall sense of well-being

Relieve symptoms of Fibromyalgia*

Therapeutic massage is one of the best, most non-invasive, and enjoyable forms of health, fitness, and general wellness therapy available today. In fact, for those who have tried therapeutic massage and have truly experienced its health and healing benefits, it usually becomes their first course of treatment for a variety of wellness needs, complaints and objectives.  That is because human touch is probably the only form of therapy that can positively affect all of the body's systems simultaneously without any unpleasant side-effects.

Massage is a gentle therapy that can relieve pain and, in combination with other appropriate health care measures, can help heal certain conditions and prevent their return.  In some cases, massage can reduce or even eliminate the need for medication or surgery.  Massage is one of the best known antidotes for stress.   Reducing stress gives you more energy, improves your outlook on life, and in the process reduces your likelihood of injury and illness. 

Because it relieves stress, massage is an excellent supportive therapy for people in psychological counseling or treatment for addiction.  Massage can help heal injuries such as tendonitis that develop over time, as well as ligament sprains or muscle strains caused by an accident.  Massage reduces inflammation by increasing circulation, which removes waste products and brings nutrition to injured cells.  Certain massage techniques can limit scar formation in new injuries and may reduce, or make more pliable, scar tissue around old injuries.

Besides providing stress and pain relief, it is a fact that all human beings are born with the need for touch. Research has identified what we always knew instinctively: We thrive on touch from infancy through childhood to adulthood. Therapeutic touch and massage create the bricks and mortar to sustain healthy growth, social and psychological balance throughout development, and maturity into old age. We can all benefit from the therapeutic effects found in the structured touch of massage.

*A Special Note on Fibromyalgia and Massage:

Pain and fatigue probably top your list of unrelenting complaints. This alone, especially over a period of time, can make you anxious or depressed, aggravating your sensitivity to pain. Add to this a host of other symptoms such as headaches, insomnia and trouble concentrating, and it's no wonder your situation may seem more than you can bear. Lightening your load anywhere will free up physical and emotional resources your body needs to heal. Massage can help in a number of ways.

Massage calms the nervous system, allowing anxiety to fade, relaxing muscle tension, and slowing and deepening the breath. Stress levels decrease, freeing energy for vital functions such as digestion--needed for maximum healing nutrition throughout your body--and repair of damaged tissue. Knowing there is something you can do to alleviate symptoms can also reduce stress by giving you some control over your condition.