The benefits of massage are countless. Physicians, physical therapists and top personal trainers understand the countless benefits of massage. Stress, both physical and emotional, can take its toll on us. Massage is essential for alleviation of the damage these stresses (from work, working out, or just day to day life) cause our body. In addition to addressing sports injuries or accident traumas, even minor aches and pains due to aging or a sedentary lifestyle can be eased with massage. Mild arthritic discomfort may be diminished with a massage by experienced hands. Stiff, underused, or overused limbs also benefit from professional massage.
Let’s face it, a desk job can do horrible things for your circulation; but a top level therapist can help to stimulate your body tissues and improve circulatory flow. At various points in life, you may feel run-down, overwhelmed, or bored from the daily routine. When you get a massage, your body and mind wake up! Even though the massage feels totally relaxing, by the time you leave, you will feel more alert and fresh than you have in a long time. By stimulating the brain and the body, massage rids your body of distractions and helps you get in tune with feelings both physical and emotional, regenerating sapped power reserves to give you energy for the rest of the day. This will also cause a release of feel-good endorphins into your system, which creates a sense of well being that can make anyone feel better.