The Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

Posted by admin on September 23, 2019

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Hot stone massage is an effective remedy to reduce muscle spasms and improve range of motion. Learn more in this infographic below:

Is Reflexology the Same as Regular Massage

Posted by admin on September 23, 2019

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Reflexology can be categorized as a form of massage that requires application of pressure to the ears, hands and feet. It borrows from the theory that these parts of the body are connected to certain organs which help balance the nervous system and stimulate endorphins. This is why it’s believed that reflexology offers many health benefits. What Has Reflexology Helped With A 2017 study provides evidence that reflexology has helped people with stress and anxiety who

What to Expect During a Hot Stone Massage

Posted by admin on September 20, 2019

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As the name suggests, hot stone massage is a procedure that involves positioning warm stones on certain parts of the body to restore health. These hot stones are used for localizing heat and weight which aids the process of stress release and recovery during the massage. This massage technique has been practiced for centuries across Africa, Europe, Egypt, and India to improve the functioning of internal organs. If you feel stiff and stressed, your body may

Heal Sore Muscles With Traditional Thai Massage

Posted by admin on August 27, 2019

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The traditional Thai massage has been derived from the techniques of acupressure, energy lines and passive stretching. Learn more in this infograhic below:

When Should You Schedule a Massage With Your Therapist?

Posted by admin on August 24, 2019

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We’re often so caught up with our busy lives that we neglect the things that matter the most: our health and wellness. Don’t ignore the red flags—like constant neck pain or stiff muscles; these signs are our bodies’ way of communicating what it needs—and sometimes that’s a massage. We need massages to reduce the tension in our muscles before they become chronic. A good rubdown of our overburdened bodies doesn’t just feel nice, studies show that