The benefits of Massage Therapy
Massage therapy helps you relax and rejuvenate. That’s where we come in. Strength of the hands believes there are many positive aspects to continue receiving massage therapy on an ongoing basis. In this busy world who can’t benefit from a little stress management?
In addition to stress relief, ongoing massage therapy can reduce pain, increase energy levels and improve overall physical and mental performance. Also lowers heart rate, lowers blood pressure, relaxes muscles and increases endorphins.
Unlike other bad habits, poor posture can be relaxing to correct. Why? Because massage can help get your body back on track. Allowing the body to reinforce healthy and natural movements can be one of the most beneficial aspects of massage therapy. With ongoing massage the muscles are loosened and relaxed-joints have greater freedom and pressure points are relieved.
Massage facilitates circulation because the pressure created by the massage technique actually moves blood through the congested areas. the release of this same pressure causes new blood to flow in. Good circulation brings damaged, tense muscles the oxygen rich blood they need to heal.
Lower blood pressure
The benefits of massage for lowering blood pressure. It helps depression, anxiety, and hostility.
Keeps stress hormone levels under control. Low blood pressure can contribute to lowering the odds of having a heart attack, kidney failure, or a stroke.
Relieves tension headaches
In the United States, more than 60% of the 45million Americans who suffer from chronic headaches suffer from migraines. Massage has two roles when it comes to treating migraines and tension related headaches: Massage treatments are performed on a regular basis to help body maintain an optimal level of relaxation and stress-relief. It decreases occurrences of tension headaches, sleep disturbances and distress symptoms. it also allows one to maintain a level of relaxation and stress-relief, reducing the chances of stress induced migraines. Massage for headaches can also reduce muscle spasms and trigger points.
Improve Rehabilitation after Injury
Massage plays an important role in this. By encouraging circulatory movement and relaxing muscles, massage helps the body pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs. This allows the injured area to become more flexible and heal at an accelerated rate.
Improve flexibility and range of motion- Muscle injuries are more common now than they were fifty years ago. It’s not because were more active or exercising harder. It’s because we’re more sedentary. What’s worse as we age our joints tend to tighten, making flexibility and range of motion even more restricted. Stimulates the production of the body’s natural lubricants to keep flexibility at a maximum. Can also help enhance athletic performance.
90 Minutes Massages$99.00
Massage including a 20 Minutes Chair Massage$20.00
*light to medium pressure
*promotes circulation and lymph movement
*good for stress-related conditions
Prenatal Massage only can be performed between the 14th and 36th week
* promotes flexibility to decrease risk of injury
* improves endurance
* reduces post workout recovery time
* offers balance to training regimen
*relieves tightness within muscle tissue
*isolated pressure and release in the upper body
30 Minutes / $42
60 Minutes / $85
90 Minutes / $115
* relaxes muscle tension
* provides deep pain relief
* loosens scar tissue and lengthens muscles
* good for chronic and overuse of muscles
30 Minutes / $32
60 Minutes / $70
90 Minutes / $99
* light to medium pressure
* promotes circulation and lymph movement
* good for stress-related conditions and chronic pain