Until not so long ago, massage therapy was primordially associated with luxury reserved for a spa day, and it might as well be like that too, anyone who has already experienced a massage session can tell how relaxing and renewing it is. However nowadays it's well known that the benefits of massage therapy go much further than just unwinding. Strong evidence has been validating its many benefits such as restoring your lymphatic system, resetting your nervous system, improving your blood circulation, relieving your muscle pain, and flooding your body with endorphins that creates that sensation of well-being by reducing stress hormones - the silent killers.
Therapeutic massage has been strongly recommended as a coadjuvant in pain management treatments or to speed up recuperation after surgeries.
So, what are you waiting for? Take charge of your well-being!
Silvia Burton, LMT
Advanced Lymphatic Drainage Therapist
A therapeutic add-on can be used in addition to modalities such as Manual Lymphatic Draining session, a Contour massage or in conditions such as deep muscle adhesions, fibrotic tissue formation (scar tissue), muscle sprain or muscle strain, deep fascial restrictions, and chronic pain. The client is always educated about the its application and benefits, and in some cases the client should consult his/her doctor for consent.
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